WIE HEEFT ER SUIKER IN DE ERWTENSOEP GEDAAN?

Latest update on 18/02/2014

Artist: Lou Bandy
Author: Lou Bandy/Jacques Van Tol
Label: Decca
Year: 1939

From the Bandy revue Wij In Holland. Means: Who Put Sugar In The Pea Soup?

Covers:

1966:

Wim Kan [as Wie Wie Wie]

1966:

Beatles [melody in Yellow Submarine]

1966:

Wim Kan [as Jelle Sal Wel Sien]

1966:

Johnny Hoes [idem; hit NL]

1966:

Karin Kent [idem]

1966:

Strangers [in medley with Yellow Submarine]

Pure coincidence of course but worth checking out. It's an army regiment's pea soup, explaining the march rhythm similarity. Nevertheless there's a Dutch link with the Yellow Submarine: check out Ringo's spoken intro, unedited on the Real Love cd-single version, where you hear him say: "...from Stepney to Utrecht..."

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