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|Single by Lord Rockingham's XI|
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"Hoots Mon" is a song written by Harry Robinson and performed by Lord Rockingham's XI. It was a number-one hit single for three weeks in 1958 on the UK Singles Chart. It is based on the old Scottish folk song "A Hundred Pipers". It was also one of the first rock and roll songs to feature the Hammond organ, which would become popular in rock and roll music the following year with Dave Cortez's "The Happy Organ".
- "Och aye", an exclamation meaning "Yes"
- "Hoots mon", an interjection usually meaning "Hey man!"
- "There's a moose loose aboot this hoose" ("There's a mouse loose about this house"), a standard cliché highlighting Scots language pronunciation.
- "It's a braw, bricht, moonlicht nicht." ("It's a beautiful, bright moonlit night")
- List of number-one singles from the 1950s (UK)
- List of artists who reached number one on the UK Singles Chart
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|UK number-one single
28 November 1958 (three weeks)
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