The King’s Men – The Hut Sut Song

Wikipedia: “The Hut-Sut Song is a novelty song from the 1940s with nonsense lyrics. The song was written in 1941 by Leo V. Killion, Ted McMichael and Jack Owens. The popularity of the song is lampooned in a 1940s film short. In the film, the King’s Men (who also performed on Fibber McGee and Molly), play young men living in a boarding house who are endlessly singing the song while getting dressed, eating dinner, playing cards, etc., until the exasperated proprietor finally has them removed to an insane asylum.”

HUT-SUT RAWLSON ON THE RILLERAH ADD A LITTLE BRAWLA TO IT.

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