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Character actor, Sheb Wooley, was born Shelby F. Wooley on Apr 10, 1921 in Erick, OK. Wooley died at the age of 82 on Sep 16, 2003 in Nashville, TN .



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The running lyric to Sheb's huge novelty song hit went like this: "It was a one-eyed, one-horned, flying purple people eater." It spent six weeks at No. 1 and sold 3 million copies in 1958. Other silly songs included "Talk Back Blubbering Lips," "Sunday Morning Fallin' Down," "Harper Valley PTA (Later That Same Day)," "The Happiest Squirrel in the Whole U.S.A." and "Fifteen Beers Ago." He also recorded the parody "Don't Go Near the Eskimos," based on Rex Allen's 1962 hit "Don't Go Near the Indians.".

Awarded Comedian of the Year by the Country Music Association in 1968.

His wife Linda was also his manager.

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