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"Hungarian Wedding Song"
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B-side from Boys for Pele

Released

January 2, 1996 (UK)
January 4, 1996 (US)
February 1996 (AUS)

Length

1:00

Label

Atlantic Records, East West Records

Writer

Tori Amos

Producer

Tori Amos

"Hungarian Wedding Song" is a B-side from Tori Amos' 1996 album Boys for Pele.

Background Edit

"Hungarian Wedding Song", along with "This Old Man" and "Toodles Mr. Jim", was released as a B-side under the heading 'Silly Songs' to "Caught a Lite Sneeze" in Australia, the United Kingdom, and United States.[1]

Amos noted in 1996, in regard to the song's use of the word 'froperty', that "froperty can mean many things".

Personnel Edit

Credits taken from A Piano liner notes.[2]

  • Bosendorfer and vocals – Tori Amos
  • Recorded by Mark Hawley & Marcel van Limbeek

References Edit

  1. http://toriamos.com/go/galleries/view/733/1/329/singles/index.html
  2. http://toriamos.com/go/galleries/view/808/0/765/music/index.html

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