Martin Burns wrote: > On 3 Dec 2005, at 17:13, Judah McAuley wrote: >>You probably couldn't find it in google because the lyrics are even >>stranger than what you wrote. The line is actually "yummy yummy >>yummy, I've got love in my tummy". All the interpretations of that >>I can think of are quite rude, but then again, I'm a rude man. The >>song appears to be by a band called Ohio Express and tune is called >>"Yummy" >> >>http://lyrics.rare-lyrics.com/O/Ohio-Express/Yummy.html > > Used on a closing title of a Monty Python episode too if memory > serves. Ah yes: Series 2, Episode 11 - How Not to be Seen. > http://montypython.joolsc.net/downloads/sounds/YUMMY.WAV > credited as being by Jackie Charlton and the Tonettes. Also seen in The Simpsons a coupla times, particularly: 9F03 The Itchy & Scratchy Movie - http://www.lardlad.com/assets/quotes/season4/movie.shtml - http://download.lardlad.com/sounds/season4/movie11.mp3 > > Spammers: Send me email -> yumyum at easyweb.co.uk to train my filter > > http://www.nuclearelephant.com/projects/dspam/ > Sell Cloth Nappies from your website: > http://www.purpur.co.uk/announcing-purpur-associates Hmm, anti-spam message in sig, followed by spam - how ironic! :))) (btw, your sigsep is broken) -- _ __/| William Anderson | It's called a "changeover." The movie \`O_o' neuro at well dot com | goes on, and nobody in the audience has =(_ _)= http://neuro.me.uk/ | any idea. U - Thhbt! GPG 0xFA5F1100 | -- the Narrator, "Fight Club"