Yankee Doodle isn't a person. Yankee is what the American colonies were called. Doodle was another word for fool. If you think an American wrote Yankee Doodle, you're wrong. A British person who disliked Americans wrote it. The British sang it to insult the Americans, but the Americans thought it was so funny they made it they're song
Yankee doodle put a feather in his hat and called it macaroni Yankee doodle put a "feather in his hat and called it macaroni"!
Yankee doodle went to town bought a bag of peaches, ran so fast that coming home he smashed them all to pieces
The following information is from www.answers.com Origins of Yankee Doodle Dandy: A song composed in the 1750s during the French and Indian War (1754-63), and one of the most popular during the Revolutionary War. The lyrics are of British origin and were written to ridicule American colonists and the attire of American soldiers. The Americans adopted the song as one of their own, which led to the development of many different versions and parodies, both British and American. It is believed the Americans played it when the British surrendered at Yorktown (1781). The tune is believed to be of American origin. You can also get more information at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yankee_Doodle
Yankee Doodle is the state song of Connecticut.
Yankee Doodle is Connecticut's state song.
Believe it or not, the Connecticut state song is "Yankee Doodle Dandy"
Yankee Doodle is a Anglo-American song which goes back to the 1700's, 1770 to be exact; thats the year it was first published. However the state Yankee Doodle originated from Connecticut, it is in fact their state anthem.
Believe it or not, its Yankee Doodle Dandy. Yeah, I know...
Yankee DoodleYankee Doodle went to town,Riding on a pony,Stuck a feather in his hat,And called it macaroni.Yankee Doodle keep it up,Yankee Doodle dandy,Mind the music and the step,And with the folks be handy.
There is no hyphen, and the full phrase is "Yankee Doodle Dandy" (the patriotic song).