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1. Put A Bit Of Treacle On My Puddin' Mary Ann - Harry Champion
Chorus: Put a bit of treacle on my puddin' Mary Ann Mary Ann, Mary Ann, Mary Ann Cover it, smother it, don't you stop Till you can't see the puddin' for the treacle on the top I like puddin' when the puddin' is a good-un And I don't want cake or jam So put a bit of treacle on, treacle on, treacle on, Treacle on my puddin' Mary Ann.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-P/Put-A-Bit-Of-Treacle.htm - 11KB - 12 Nov 2013
2. While I Was Licking My Stamp - Harry Champion
Now I went looking for work one day And wherever I came to look The first thing that they asked me for Was my insurance book I was sent to clean the windows The lady said to me 'Before you start upon the job, Your book I'll have to see.'
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-W/While-I-Was-Licking-Stamp.htm - 11KB - 13 Nov 2013
3. Cockney Bill Of London Town - Harry Champion
If you ever meet an Irishman 'e'll wear a bit o' green And 'e'll shout out: 'My name's Reilly.' There's Taffy and the Scots will talk of Wales and Aberdeen, Well we all respect them highly. But you love to see a man who's proud of the place that gave 'im birth. I'm a Cockney so, wherever I go, I shout for all I'm worth. At Shoreditch was the little school at which For a penny a...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-C/Cockney-Bill-Of-London-Town.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
4. My Wife's Sister's Pussy Cat - Harry Champion
One night about a week ago I had a very funny job My old woman's sister said she would present me with a bob Took me in her confidence and told me after that She would let me have another if I drowned the pussy cat Off I went to do it in the twinkling of an eye Put the money in my 'sky' - pussy had to die When I went to settle him I found that I'd been had She never said a word...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-M/My-Wifes-Sisters-Pussy-Cat.htm - 13KB - 15 Sep 2013
5. The Old Red Lion - Harry Champion
Chorus 1: The Old Red Lion, pop into the Old Red Lion There you'll find me behind the bar Swaggering about with a fat cigar Barmaids there - young and fair Sort to keep your eye on Don't have a tiddley at the fountain friend Pop into the Old Red Lion.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-O/Old-Red-Lion-The.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
6. That Funny Little Bob-Tailed Coat - Harry Champion
Chorus: Dan, Dan, Dan, you're a dandy little Dan With your saucy umberella, you're a funny little man, Same old trousers, same old tile, Same old whiskers, same old dial, Same old collar, and the old red tie, Bobbin' up and down around yer throat, You do look a 'guy', you're a proper old 'pie' In that funny little bob-tailed coat.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-F/Funny-Little-Bob-Tailed-Coat.htm - 13KB - 28 Apr 2013
7. Everywhere You Go (You'll Find A Soldier) - Harry Champion
Chorus: Everywhere you go, Everywhere you go, Everywhere you go You'll find a soldier everywhere. Underneath the arches, Round Trafalgar Square, Eyes left, Eyes right, You'll find them everywhere;
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-E/Everywhere-You-Go.htm - 11KB - 05 May 2013
8. Down Fell The Pony In A Fit - Harry Champion
Chorus: Down fell the pony in a fit Then the wagonette broke down 'The pony's dead!' my old woman said We'll have to tramp it back to town' 'No, no, no, no,' everybody cried 'It's too far to roam' So we harnessed up my old gal in between the shafts And made her pull the whole lot home,
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-D/Down-Fell-The-Pony.htm - 11KB - 13 Nov 2013
9. Doctor Shelley - Harry Champion
Refrain: I'm Shelley, good old doctor Shelley No matter what complaint you've got I can cure you on the spot If you've got the nasty pain In your Derby Kelly Trot the little Mary round to see me Good old Doctor Shelley.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-D/Doctor-Shelley.htm - 11KB - 13 Nov 2013
10. Brown, Brown Sit Down - Harry Champion
Chorus: 'Brown, Brown, Brown, Oh why don't you sit down? B-R-O-W-N. You're not a bit like other little men. Brown, Brown, Brown, Don't make yourself a clown. You can 'ave your 'oneymoon tomorrow mornin'. Brown, Brown, sit down.'
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-B/Brown-Brown-Sit-Down.htm - 11KB - 13 Nov 2013

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