What show is the "Skinnamarinky Dinky Skiddamrinky Do" song from?


The song "Skinnamarinky Dinky Skiddamarinky Do," which was originally titled "'Skiddy-Mer-Rink-A-Doo' Means 'I Love You,'" comes from "The Echo," a 1910 Broadway musical. The song, which is often titled "Skidamarink," became better known as a children's song in the late 20th century.

The song is especially associated with the Canadian trio Sharon, Lois & Bram, who sang it on their albums, in children's concerts and on "The Elephant Show," which aired on CBC and Nickelodeon. Their version of the song, "Skinnamarink," was the closing song for each episode of "The Elephant Show." After "The Elephant Show" went off the air, they created a new children's series called "Skinnamarink TV," which aired on CBC and The Learning Channel.

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The first time I heard the song was in a kids show called The Elephant Show back in the 80's. We were living in Tacoma Washington at the time.
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