Chocolate Ice Cream Song

Information About Chocolate Ice Cream Song

The "Chocolate Ice Cream Song" tells the tale of a child who is promised a reward of being able to go get an ice cream cone after the child does his chores around the house. The song lyrics were written by an American country and western singer named Rose Maddox. and a record of the song was released on the Capital Records label in 1959.

It's nice to get chocolate ice cream as a reward or any time! Ice cream is a frozen dessert, frequently made from dairy products, like cream or milk, with sugar and flavouring added. A sweet desert like ice cream has been around for thousands of years, way before manufacturing plants started producing ice cream as we know it today. The first known treats like this were made by pouring fruit juice over snow.

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Kelly Miller, United States

19 February 2013 at 3:09pm

I ALWAYS thought my mother made this song up, I love it. Although now that my son is 8 he understand the words and loves the song but got sad when he realized the little boy was lost so now every time we sing it together we make up another couple sentences for the ending to make it happy for the boy.. RIP Momma you died so young and I lost you way to soon.. I'm happy to know there are more people I can connect with from this song alone...

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Holly, United States

9 January 2013 at 10:31pm

i have never met anyone who knew this song. almost thought my mom had made it up

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Lily, United States

6 December 2012 at 10:33pm

lol love it omg

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Amy, United States

19 November 2012 at 10:21pm

This is great! My grandma used to sing this to my mom and my mom sang it to me. Now I'm 34 and I always sing it to my 2 girls and they love it. My girls are 8 & 3 and sing it to each other at bed and hopefully will sing it to their children one day!

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Richard, United States

9 November 2012 at 6:22pm

Me and my mom used to sing that song togather.miss u mom.r.i.p 1987

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Steve, United States

16 October 2012 at 8:24pm

I learned this song in elementry school 50 years ago from a friend who used to sing it all the time and I never forgot the words. I used to sing it to my kids when they were little and just found an mp3 version I have added to a CD I am making for my grand kids. I always loved this song.

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Jane, United States

3 September 2012 at 2:10am

Like a lot of the others, I also learned it as a little girl from my mother. So happy to find the words I had forgotten.

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Debbie, United States

11 June 2012 at 2:10pm

My grandson learned this in school and sang it to me. He has such a sweet voice. I wish i had the music to it so i could teach it to my special education students.

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Donna, United States

6 May 2012 at 12:45am

My mom used to sing this to me when I was a kid,she said her mom sang it to her.I alwayswanted to hear it again my mom passed in 1986 .Ahh just put some joy in my heart thinking of my mom singing it to me Thank you whoever posted this.R.I.P. mom 1939-1986

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Heather, United States

14 April 2012 at 9:43am

My grandmother (my mothers mother), who was practically my mom, since she did most of my raising. Dearest woman in the whole wide world to me...used to sing this song all the time for me. I remember saying, "Granny sing that one song again. You knowthe one about the chocholate ice cream."

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Steve, United States

5 January 2012 at 3:12pm

My dad hears this as a kid and has sung it for years to my brother and I. Now I just need to find out when it was done and who did it.

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Aniles, United Kingdom

28 November 2011 at 5:36pm

it is grate and i love it

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Charlie, United States

26 November 2011 at 1:07am

This poem always makes me cry...my grandmother used to rock my to sleep and sing this to me..she raised me and was my best friend..RIP GRANDMA I LOVE YOU!

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Tahany Ahmed, Egypt

9 November 2011 at 11:51am

How can we explain something take us by surprise.....it is a feeling of nostalgia to the kingdom of innocence and pure thoughts a song like this really change my life ups and downs and make me relive my childhood again with my three kids.Imiss myself

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Tina, United States

24 October 2011 at 6:38am

My grandmother would sing this song to me when I was a little girl all the time. I still remember driving home In a blizzard and she sang it so I wouldn't be scared.... she passed away a year ago from cancer at the age of 71. I'm so glad I found the song lyrics so I can sing it to my little ones and make some precious memories with them. Miss you Gramma!

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Bubbles Elmore, United States

14 September 2011 at 2:07pm

i love this song. my grandma would sing me this song everynight before i went to bed.

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James Walton, United States

12 September 2011 at 9:19pm

my grandma used to sing this to all the grand children RIP IRENE NORMA WALTON

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Sarah, United States

1 July 2011 at 1:30am

My mama sang this to me when I was little, as did her mama to her. Now I sing it to my daughter, and when mama keeps my little one, she sings it to her as well. Its like a family tradition. :) I thought all this time that it was something my mama made up .

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Glenna, United States

29 June 2011 at 5:02pm

My grandma sang this song and I thought she wrote it. Does anyone know who wrote it? Thanks for posting it. She past away two years ago at 90 years old and I want to sing it to my grand-daughter.

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Marsha Webb, United States

3 June 2011 at 12:06am

i am 54 years old and my father would play his guitar and sing this song to me when i was little. it always makes me smile. i would love to know the origin of this song and how ld it is.

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