If "salagadoola" means "minchica boola roo" BUT the thingamabob that does the job is "bibbiti bobbiti boo", then why bother with the first two? They are both synonymous AND, apparently, ineffective. Inefficiency, people!
But hold on, now... what's the other part? "Salagadoola, minchica boola, bibbiti bobbiti boo...put them together and what have you got? Bibbiti bobbiti boo." Seriously, if it all comes down to bibbity bobbity boo in the end, why bother with all the extraneous words?
I'm putting that last sentence on a t-shirt, I think.
Or MAYBE I should make it a hard and fast rule that the Man is not to set Small One's night time cd to only repeat just the one song, no matter how many times she insists that the godmother song is the only one she wants to hear, lest I end up in a padded room somewhere.