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Ding dog the witch is dead, which old witch my thyroid bitch. In fact, for much of December and most of January, I ran a fever and was far too often tachycardic. My doc was proud of me for actually recognizing the risk and avoiding it. Throughout my hyperthyroidism, I have been unable to workout. As someone who was teaching Zumba, running and practicing yoga all the time, the lifestyle change was unbearable. I look forward most to resuming my active lifestyle. My doc assured me that the pain will go away as my thyroid balances out on the medication. When my doctor told me this morning that my thyroid had finally flipped and the radiation worked, I could have kissed her. A fact, I was not shy in sharing with her.
Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead
It was also sung by studio singers and represented as being sung by the Winkie soldiers. It was composed by Harold Arlen , with the lyrics written by E. The group of songs celebrate the death of the Wicked Witch of the East when Dorothy's house is dropped on her by the tornado and the death of the Wicked Witch of the West after being splashed with water. In "Ding-Dong! Dorothy begins singing, modestly explaining through descriptive phrasing that it "It Really Was No Miracle"; it was the wind that brought the apparent miracle. The Munchkins soon join in and sing joyfully, perhaps not really understanding how she got there, but happy at the result. Like several of the songs on the film's soundtrack, this one makes extensive use of rhyming wordplay, containing as many Hays Office -approved words rhyming with "witch" as the composers could think of: "itch", "which", "sitch"-uation, "rich", etc. After a short interval in which two Munchkins present a bouquet to Dorothy, Glinda tells the Munchkins to spread the news that "the wicked old witch at last is dead! The Munchkins then sing the march-style number "Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead.
The song is sung in preparation for their NYADA gathering, but when they go to the event, they are stunned by how many people out there have the same dreams and are exact copies of themselves. Rachel: Once there was a wicked witch in the lovely land of OZ And a wickeder, wickeder, wickeder witch that never, ever was Kurt: She filled the folks in Munchkin Land with terror and with dread Till one fine day from Kansas Kurt and Rachel: A house fell on her head And the coroner pronounced her: Dead! Rachel Kurt : And through the town the joyous news went running The joyous news that the wicked old witch was finally done in Ding Dong, the witch is dead Which old witch? Well, uh, the wicked witch Oh Ding Dong, the wicked witch is dead Oh yeah, happy day Wake up you sleepy head Rub your eyes And get out of that bed Wake up, the wicked witch is dead Kurt and Rachel: She's gone where the goblins go below, below, below, yo ho Let's open up and sing Rachel: And ring those bells out Kurt: Sing the news out Rachel: Hehehe, Ding Dong, the merry-oh, sing it high, sing it low Let them know the wicked old witch is dead Kurt: Why, everyone's glad she took such a crownin' Rachel: Getting hit by a house is even worse than drownin' Kurt and Rachel: Let 'em know the wicked old witch is dead. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video? Contents [ show ]. Categories :.