Who sang I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts?



Who sang I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts?

“I’ve Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts” written by Harold Elton Box, Desmond Cox and Lewis Ilda in 1944 is about a coconut shy, (or coconut toss) often found at funfairs or amusement shows. This performance by Danny Kaye hit the Top 25 in the US in 1951.

When did Danny Kaye’s Coconut toss hit the top 25?

This performance by Danny Kaye hit the Top 25 in the US in 1951. The catchy chorus is the call of the showman standing next to the coconut toss encouraging punters to have a go at the coconut toss.

What did the showman say about the Coconuts?

Listen while you read! Hoi’ve got a luvverly bunch o’ coconuts. There they are a-standin’ in row. Big ones, small ones, some as big as yer ‘ead! That’s what the showman said. Hoi’ve got a luvverly bunch o’ coconuts.