Daddy Dewdrop - Songs


Daddy Dewdrop is the pen name for veteran singer, songwriter, and actor Richard "Dick" Monda (b. 1940) who became famous as a recording artist during the early 1970s. As Daddy Dewdrop, he is best known for the cheeky "Chick-A-Boom (Don't Ya Jes' Love It)" (1971). Co-written by Janice Lee Gwin and Linda Martin, this mostly spoken novelty smash was produced by Monda and Don Sciarrotta. Monda produced music for the Saturday morning cartoon TV series, "Groovie Goolies," for which this song was originally recorded.


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Daddy Dewdrop

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