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|2||Double Dutch Bus - Radio Edit|
|3||Double Dutch Bus (Original 12" Mix)|
|4||Double Dutch Bus (Radio Edit)|
|6||Double Dutch Bus - Double Double Mix|
|7||Double Dutch Bus (Double Double Mix)|
|8||Double Dutch Bus (12" Mix)|
|10||What's the Score|
|11||Hey Kids (Soundtrack)|
|12||Double Duth Bus|
|13||Double Dutch Bus - Original 12" Mix|
Franklyn Leon "Frankie" Smith (born 1953, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American funk musician and R&B/soul songwriter. He is best known for his 1981 single "Double Dutch Bus".
He went to college in Tennessee for elementary education with a minor in music. He became a writer for funk and soul artists such as the O'Jays and The Spinners. He has also been influential in the careers of the rappers Tone Lōc, Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg.