Why is it called Muskrat Love?

Why is it called Muskrat Love?

“Muskrat Love” is a soft rock song written by Willis Alan Ramsey. The song depicts a romantic liaison between two anthropomorphic muskrats named Susie and Sam. The song was originally titled “Muskrat Candlelight” referencing the song’s opening lyric.

What year was Muskrat Love?

1976Muskrat Love / Released

Who wrote and performed Muskrat Love?

Willis Alan RamseyMuskrat Love / LyricistWillis Alan Ramsey is an American singer/songwriter, a cult legend among fans of Americana and Texas country. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and raised in Dallas, Texas. Ramsey graduated from Highland Park High School in 1969, and was a prominent baritone in the school’s Lads and Lassies Choir. Wikipedia

Who wrote song Muskrat Ramble?

Ray GilbertMuskrat Ramble (Live) / LyricistRay Gilbert was an American lyricist. He grew up in Hartford, Connecticut. Wikipedia

WHO has recorded Muskrat Love?

AmericaMuskrat Love / Artist

Where are muskrats native to?

North America
The muskrat is native to North America. In the early 20th century, though, the animal was introduced to northern Eurasia, according to the Animal Diversity Web (ADW). They are now found in Ukraine, Russia, adjacent areas of China and Mongolia and the Honshu Island in Japan.

What genre is Muskrat Ramble?

Jazz
“Muskrat Ramble” is a jazz composition written by Kid Ory in 1926….Muskrat Ramble.

“Muskrat Ramble”
Song by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
Genre Jazz
Songwriter(s) Composer: Kid Ory Lyricist: Ray Gilbert

Who wrote songs for Captain and Tennille?

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by
Do That to Me One More Time Toni Tennille The Captain & Tennille
The Way I Want to Touch You Toni Tennille The Captain & Tennille
We Never Really Say Goodbye Toni Tennille, Daryl Dragon Captain & Tennille

How old is Neil Sedaka?

82 years (March 13, 1939)Neil Sedaka / Age