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"The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana)" is a 1968 pop song, which was the theme song for the children’s television program The Banana Splits Adventure Hour. Originally released by Decca Records on the album titled We’re the Banana Splits, the single release peaked at #96 on the Billboard Hot 100 on February 8, 1969. The writing of the …

Day-O (Banana Boat Song) è un canto popolare giamaicano, appartenente al genere Calypso, e cantato, nella sua più nota esecuzione, da Harry Belafonte.

This song was first recorded in 1952 by Edric Conner, a musician from Trinidad who sang it with his band The Carribeans as "Day De Light." The song re-emerged in 1956 when the folk singer Bob Gibson taught the song to the folk trio The Tarriers after hearing it on a trip to Jamaica.