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41. You Can't Help Laughing, Can Yer? - Harry Champion
Chorus: You can't help laughing can yer? Don't it make you laugh not half I was the potman at a pub Got four bob a week and all me grub I worked hard down at the Old Britannia Now I'm getting eigthy quid a week for doing this Well, you can't help laughing can yer?
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42. Work Boys Work - Harry Champion
Fellow working men, I've come to talk to you tonight We want amunition if we're going to win the fight So if you're too petrified to get inside a trench Go into the Arsenal and when you're at the bench. Refrain: Work boys work and be contented Making amunition for the war Help to make the shot and shell Blow the Germans all to hell Though you've never done a stroke of work before.
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43. Timothy Let's 'Ave A Look - Harry Champion
'Oh Timothy, let's 'ave a look at it. Timothy, let's 'ave a look. For when the wind begins to blow You're sure to feel the cold you know. Just let me sew it, where you caught it on the 'ook. You can't go about wi' your flag hangin' out, So Timothy let's 'ave a look.'
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44. On Top - Harry Champion
A night or two ago my wife and I Had supper with the Duke of York We stayed there late and lost our bus, So home we had to walk But we couldn't get in when we got to the door, And it fair gave me the 'knock' So I went round the back to the garden wall And quickly got the 'old dutch clock'
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45. My Poor Heart Went Pitter Patter - Harry Champion
My poor heart went pitter-patter-pitter-patter pitter-patter-pitter-patter, I served the quartern of bread, but I'd run short of makeweight And so I said, 'We've got no scones, and we haven't any buns Have a nice roll-over eh?' And she said, as my heart went pitter-patter-pitter-patter 'Nice roll over! what would your old woman say?'
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46. Hangin' 'Em Out To Dry - Harry Champion
Chorus: Hangin' 'em out to dry, hangin' 'em out to dry There was his dickey blowing about A little blue shirt, with the sleeves worn out My old Dutch said, 'Look at the lodger, why He's washing his socks in the water butt And hangin' 'em out to dry.'
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47. It Won't Last Very, Very Long - Harry Champion
One fine night I toddled to a dance, what the people call a 'cinderella' I wore a button-hole, and the girls upon my soul Said I was a 'pretty little feller' Soon to me came Arabella Brown, pulling up her railway sock 'Oh Mr Winkle-pip, do have a waltz, it's just on twelve o' clock.
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48. Out Went The Gas - Harry Champion
With a little lady once as happy as a king I went to a pawn shop, meant to buy the ring I thought that an umberella ring would do the job But she wanted diamonds valued at a bob. I said: 'Do you take me for a millionaire? Then puffed away at a fat cigar I'd just won at a fair. Chorus: Then out went the gas. She said: 'Stop your foolery. I want to pick a little bit of jewellery.'...
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49. Robin Redbreast - Harry Champion
Chorus: But I never get the knock when the boys cry 'Cock Cock cock cock! Cock Robin!' In me old red vest I mean to cut a shine. Walkin' up the street they call me 'Danger-on-the Line', And the more they call me Robin Redbreast, I'll wear it longer still. I will have a red waistcoat, I will! I will! I will! I will! I will! I will!
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50. When The Old Dun Cow Caught Fire - Harry Champion
Chorus: And there was Brown, upside down Licking up the whiskey off the floor 'Booze, Booze, ' then the firemen cried As they came knocking at the door 'Don't let 'em in till it's all mopped up' Someone said to Mackintyre So we all got blue blind, paralytic drunk When the old Dun Cow caught fire.
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