fiddle-de-dee—I can't sleep, and the chickens are as lively as bed-bugs.
"It's just a bit of fiddle-de-dee," he informed his delighted family.
Lizzie was in the room—the parlour where his mother had told him “fiddle-de-dee!”
All that stuff about self-protection, an' struggle for existence, is just fiddle-de-dee in so far's God's concerned.
“fiddle-de-dee about a handsome highwayman,” said Aunt Deb, in a scornful tone.
The builders thought this boast a fiddle-de-dee, and invited the musician to fiddle away to his heart's content.