GK: .....after a message from DWD Mattress and Inner Spring. Do you feel bad when you wake up in the morning? Well, believe me, you're not alone.

PP: I wake up in the morning, troubled in mind, rolling from side to side. Can't be satisfied. Water tastes like turpentine. Feel like trouble's on the way.

GK: Like what?

PP: Earthquakes and lightning. Hurricanes a-blowing. Rivers over-flowing. Like the end is coming soon. I hear the voice of rage and ruin.

GK: Interesting. What about your baby? Does he treat you mean?

PP: All my children treat me mean. Cause me to weep and cause me to moan every evening when the sun goes down.

GK: Tell me about yourself.

PP: Well, I was born in a canebrake to an old mama lion. My daddy is an engineer and my brother drives a hack.My sister takes in washing. And the baby balls the jack. I ain't had no loving in a long time. What more can I say?

GK: Have you been wearing your apron low?

PP: I have no idea what you mean by that.

GK: Have you been to see a doctor about this?

PP: I went down to the St. James Infirmary.

GK: The one by Old Joe's Barroom.

PP: Right. I was looking for something to ease my worried mind.

GK: And?

PP: Six crap shooters took my high-top Stetson hat and a twenty-dollar gold piece off my watch chain and gave me a shot of booze. They had a heart like a stone.

GK: Do you feel like laying your head on some lonesome railroad line and let the 2:19 ease your troubled mind?

PP: They cancelled the 2:19 so there's just the 5:05 and the 9:32. So I'm just rolling from side to side, thinking about the good times that I have had, and there's one thing that troubles my mind.

GK: What's that?

PP: I want to know what Diddy-wah-diddy means.

GK: Diddy-wah-diddy?

PP: I want to know what it means.

GK: Have you been sleeping on a pallet on the floor?

PP: I have.

GK: I think you need a new mattress. A DWD mattress. Go ahead. Try it out. Lie down. What do you think?

PP: Oh wow. ------- Oh my gosh. -------I haven't been this happy in a long time.

GK: How's your mind?

PP: Got a satisfied mind.

GK: Not troubled at all?

PP: No trouble.

GK: You thinking about your baby?

PP: Don't need my baby. All I need is a good mattress.

GK: That's right. If you're dissatisfied, you need a DWD. Diddy-wah-diddy means real comfort.


In the country or the city,

You need sleep to make you pretty.

You need sleep to dream your dreams.

That's what Diddy-wah-diddy means.

GK: DWD.....the mattress that can change your life.