tra-la-la


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a set of nonsensical syllables used while humming a refrain

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Fenton has a hard time believing the people of Tra-La-La have not heard of money, and he tries to explain the concept to the farmers.
Tra-la-la, tra-la-la, la, la, la, And that means more bang for the buck.
The obvious place to start is with the Banana Splits' The Tra-la-la song, which heralded the start of another Saturday morning show of mischief and madness - and, in 1979, was covered by childish, and really not-very-good, US punk wannabes The Dickies.
20 The Tra-la-la Song was the theme to which kids' show?
The obvious place to start is with the Banana Splits Tra-la-la song, which heralded the start of another Saturday morning show of mischief and madness - and, in 1979, was covered by childish, and really not-very-good, US punk wannabes The Dickies.
TOMORROW night's Music Lab at the Colosseum features a strong line- up of bands, with headliners Tra-La-La supported by Stratford's Euphoria and local lads Sentella, back in town from University.
Throw open wide, your window, dear, the spring, the glorious spring is here, tra-la-la, tra-la-la,' - you can take it from there yourself.
tis the season to be jolly, tra-la-la and all that sort of thing, so why don't we take a look at some of the stories and songs that sum up this very same season of peace and goodwill in the Year of Our Lord 2006.
Ah, dear boy, tra-la-la, tra-la-la, I need no statue to help me echo elegiacally down the ages.