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GUEST,Gerry Lyrics/Origins: In Russia There's an Inn (3) In Russia There's an Inn 22 Apr 18


There's a song we used to sing as kids in New York City, circa 1960, and I can't find any trace of it at Mudcat or anywhere else on the web. It goes,

In Russia, there's an inn.
In Russia, there's an inn.
In Russia, there's a Russian inn,
Where Russian people, stout and thin,
Are always rushin' out and in,
A-rushin' out and in.

There were also verses dedicated to Belgium (belchin' out and in) and Flushing.

Anyone else remember this song? or know anything about it? or have more verses?


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