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  • Puddin' N' Tain (Ask Me Again, I'll Tell You The Same) Puddin' n' tain Puddin' n' tain Ask me again I'll tell you the same You won't believe this story Once, when I was walking One bright and sunny day I met a little sweet, sweet girl Who chance to walk my way I asked her, her name Here's what she said to me Oh, golly gee If she could only Belong to me And I would show the world The whole wide world That I'm in love with She's so pretty She's so fine She's so sweet Just my kind All because she's pretty All because she's fine I want this girl to be mine Thank you for using Top40db.com. Now we're going steady And I found out Her real name was Betty I, I'll tell the world The whole wide world World, world That I'm in love with Now we're going steady And I found out Her real name was Betty And I'll tell the world The whole wide world That I'm in love with http://www.top40db.net/Lyrics/?SongID=63298&By=Year&Match= The quote she gave is not a form of vulgarity (I believe). There was a song from the 60s by The Alley Cats called "Puddin' n' Tain (Ask Me Again, I'll Tell You the Same)". She may have gotten it from there. If that is too late, the original quote is from (I believe) a short story called "The King of Boyville" from the book The Real Issue by William Allen White in 1896. The quote is: When a new boy, who didn't belong to the school, came up at recess to play, Piggy shuffled over to him and asked him gruffly: "What's your name?" "Puddin' 'n' tame, ast me agin an' I'll tell you the same," said the new boy, and then there was a fight. Probably from people hearing poont*ng (and perhaps not knowing what it meant) and converting that into something a little more recognizable. That would also explain why the phrase is only used as a proper name in those quotes. No one knew quite what to do with it other than that. Confusion is my middle name (Confusion is my middle name) Ask me again I'll tell you the same (Ask me again I'll tell you the same) Persuaded by one sexy dame No I don not feel no shame You are on the road Can I get a little lovin' fom you Can I get a little bit of that done did do You are on the road Tell me now girl that you need me too Tell me now girl 'cause I've got a feeling for you What's your thing? Puddin Tame. Ask me again, I'll tell you the same. (What's your thing?) Puddin Tame. Still the same, ain't nothin' changed. Bridge: Some like it in a bowl, some like it on a stick Some like they Puddin nice and thin, but then some like it thick No matter how you like it, I love my Puddin Tame And if you ask me just one mo' gen, I'm still gon' say the same, uh!
  • It is a play on the name of an Irish high chief who was known as the Tain with his specific name in front of it. The Puddin" Tain was someone of not royal status but someone who had pretentions and was deridded with the name high King of the Puddings. later it became a Children's rhyme of Scots-Irish origin. What's your name/? Puddin' Tain. Ask me again and I'll tell you the same.

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