If you want to make a donkey Up and make a little haste Just get a juicy carrot out And give the ass a taste Then hang the carrot from a stick Beyond the donkey's jaw And tell him it's incentive Hee haw hee haw hee haw. The donkey reaches for the treat Which moves a step away And he never gets the carrot All he ever gets is hay And you've always got the option To beat your burro raw That's mainly what the stick is for Hee haw hee haw hee haw. The boss has got the carrot And the boss has got the stick If you don't know what that makes you You're pretty flippin' thick You are the thickest quadruped The world ever saw If you still don't get it, here's a hint Hee haw hee haw hee haw.
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Title Formatting: a. When you post, don't link to non-public services. Ending song for the Hee Haw show? I have researched all I know how. I cannot find a title or song credit anywhere. Do not know who wrote it or where it came from. Does anyone have an idea? It's not from a song, but they used the instrumentals from following banjo instrumental by Roy Clark. Are there more songs played by these two? There's a song I heard on Hee-Haw that roy clark played with this guy I believe and it was also a banjo duet not dueling banjos and I've never been able to find it.
Hee Haw is an American television variety show featuring country music and humor with the fictional rural "Kornfield Kounty" as the backdrop. Hosted by country music artists Buck Owens and Roy Clark for most of its run, the show was equally well known for its corn pone humor as for its voluptuous, scantily clad women called the Hee Haw Honeys in stereotypical farmer's daughter outfits. Hee Haw' s appeal, however, was not limited to a rural audience. It was successful in all of the major markets, including network -based Los Angeles and New York City , as well as other large cities like Boston and Chicago. Other niche programs such as The Lawrence Welk Show which targeted older audiences and Soul Train which targeted black audiences also rose to prominence in syndication during the era. Like Laugh-In , the show minimized production costs by taping all of the recurring sketches for a season in batches, setting up for the Cornfield one day, the Joke Fence on another day, etc.
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