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Definition funny of Knocky:
echo like in sound. Usually refers to drums or percussive sounds.
I like that last song, those drums were knocky.
Songs about Knocky:
Knicky Knacky Knocky Noo by Franciscus Henri from the Album Hello Mister Whiskers
Knocky Notes (1-Minute Challenge) by S2S Music from the Album 1-Minute Challenges
Knocky Strings (1-Minute Challenge) by S2S Music from the Album 1-Minute Challenges
Knocky, Knocky by The Light Crust Doughboys from the Album Okeh - Western Swing
Knocky, Knocky by The Light Crust Doughboys from the Album Okeh Stomping Boogie - The Best of Western Swing
Nicky Knacky Knocky Noo by Mark Walmsley, Phil Davidson, Hannah Kane, Kristina Visocchi, James Gillard, Hugh Moran, Genni Kane, Sam Vallentine, Max Vallentine, Ellen Prowse, Naomi Johnston, Giorgia Kennedy, Kayley Yi John Kane from the Album Classic Campfire Singalong Collection
Nicky, Knacky, Knocky, Noo by The C.R.S. Players from the Album Heads, Shoulders, Knees & Toes
Books about Knocky:
Knock-y -- uh, that's not right by Mary MacRae Warren (Dec 1, 2009)
Left-Y Scissors and Knock-Y Shoes and Other Fun Stories by Joy Fletter (Dec 10, 2013)
Hicky Knocky by Glenn Cannon (Feb 3, 2012)
Coming on Strong: New Writing from the Royal Court Theatre : Peaches, the Knocky, Essex Girls, Corner Boys by Rebecca Prichard, Michael Wynne, Kevin Coyle and Nick Grosso (Oct 1995)
Truth in rhyme, to suit the time, or, the parish guttlers. A merry poem. ... With the comical adventures of Simon... by Edward Ward (May 28, 2010)
Mister Knocky by Ziegler (Sep 30, 1993)
The Light Crust Doughboys (Circa 1945) - Volume I ~ Featuring "KNOCKY" (Charles Godwin) on Accordion
Wiki information Knocky:
Knocky Parker, born John William Parker, II, was an American jazz pianist. He played primarily in the styles of ragtime and Dixieland jazz. Parker played in Western Swing bands such as The Wanderers and the Light Crust Doughboys before serving in the...