"Seventy-Six Sol Cohens" as written by and Allan Sherman....
Seventy-six Sol Cohens in the country club!
And a hundred and ten nice men named Levine
And there's more than a thousand Finks
Who parade around the links
It's a sight that really must be seen.
Seventy-six Sol Cohens lead the big parade
With a hundred and nine Irv Kleins right behind
But the loveliest men I've known
Are the men they call Sol Cohen
At that good old country club of mine.
Oh there's Sol the drugstore man, and Sol the furrier
Sol from coats
Sol from shoes
Sol, the builder too
And one Sol Cohen is known as Sol the Worrier
He's so rich, what else has he got to do?
Oh, there's Sol who manufactures ladies' lingerie
Sol from shirts
Sol from ties
Sol, the commodore
The country club is full of Sols
And all the Sols are living dolls
But who's staying home to watch the store?
Seventy-six Sol Cohens in the country club
Seventy-six Sol Cohens playing gin
But they're hard to identify
'Cause as time goes passing by
One by one, they change their name to Quinn!


Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

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