Hinky Dinky Parlez Vous

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Lyrics

Mademoiselle from Armetieres "Parley voo"
Mademoiselle from Armetieres "Parley voo"
Mademoiselle from Armetieres
She hadn't been kissed for forty years,
Hinky dinky "Parley voo".

Mademoiselle from Armetieres "Parley voo"
Mademoiselle from Armetieres "Parley voo"
She got the palm and Croiz de Guerre
For washing soldier's underwear
Hinky dinky "Parley voo".

Mademoiselle from gay Paree "Parley voo"
Mademoiselle from gay Paree "Parley voo"
Mademoiselle from gay Paree
You certainly did play heck with me
Hinky dinky "Parley voo".

Mademoiselle from Armetieres "Parley voo"
Mademoiselle from Armetieres "Parley voo"
Mademoiselle from Armetieres
She hadn't been kissed for forty years,
Hinky dinky "Parley voo".

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Information About Hinky Dinky Parlez Vous

"Hinky Dinky Parlez Vous" or "Hinky Dinky Parley Voo" is the English name for the French song "Mademoiselle from Armentičres", the bawdy versions of which, were routinely sung during World War I.

It is not sure who is responsible for the words to the English version, however the tune of the song was believed to have been popular in the French Army in the 1830s. During the Franco-Prussian war of 1870, the tune was resurrected, and again in 1914 when the British Army got to know of it.

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