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51. A Natty Little Patch Behind - Harry Champion
Chorus: At me nat nat natty little patch behind, Natty little natty little patch behind. I turned round and I said: 'Good Lor'! What do you want to hang around me for?' One nice girl with 'er hair in curls To me was most unkind. She cried: 'Hi Jack! I'd like to 'ave a smack At your natty little patch behind.'
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52. I See You've Got The Old Brown Hat On - Harry Champion
I see you've got the old brown, brown, brown, brown I see you've got the old brown hat on I got a job in the undertaking line Made up in a frock coat, I reckoned it was fine Thought I would ask some fellow how I looked And he said, 'May I be sat on, You're the colour of a crow with your undertaker's bow But I see you've got the old brown hat on.'
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53. You Don't Want To Keep On Showing It - Harry Champion
Chorus: 'You don't want to keep on showing it, Mary. You don't want to keep on showing it.' So under the clothes she poked her nose In the dark I commenced to doze Oh, what a fright in the middle of the night When she started blowing it It blew me out of bed, so again I said 'You don't want to keep on showing it.'
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54. Nan, Nan, Nan - Harry Champion
Once my face was bare, had no hair, growin' there upon it; So my wife said: 'Dan, be a man. Grow some whiskers on it. You can't tickle me,' whispered she, with a grin. She pulled some hairs out of a broom and stuck 'em round me chin. Day and night she watered them till they began to sprout. Now when I walk up our alley all the children shout:
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55. Standard Bread - Harry Champion
My old woman was as weak as any rat, Never shook a table cloth and never beat a mat. If she 'ad a little drop to keep 'er on 'er feet 'Adn't strength to water it so always 'ad it neat. One day our lodger went and said to 'er 'This Standard Bread is nice. It'll make you strong as Sandow, If you've only had one slice.'
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56. I Sh'an't Mend Your Waistcoat Anymore - Harry Champion
Chorus: 'I sha'n't mend your waistcoat anymore. I sha'n't mend your waistcoat anymore. I've patched it 'ere, I've patched it there, In fact I've patched it ev'rywhere. If you go out on Sunday, you'll catch a cold I'm sure, For you'll 'ave to walk about wiv your dicky stickin' out. 'Cos I sha'n't mend your waistcoat anymore.
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57. Let's Have A Basin Of Soup - Harry Champion
Chorus: 'Let's have a basin of soup! soup! soup! souperty souperty Something that's good for your old Darby Kelly With beautiful liquor, all jelly! all jelly! 'Twill make me so stout in the street when I'm out You can bowl me about like a hoop To do the thing proper, and fill up the copper Why, let's have a basin of soup.'
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58. Never Let Your Braces Dangle - Harry Champion
Chorus: Never let your braces dangle. dingle, dingle, dangle Never thieve, don't deceive and never row or wrangle Stick to the right, get away from the bad Don't get as tight as your poor old Dad But the greatest motto of the lot, my lad Is never let your braces dangle.
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59. The Wind Blew It Out - Harry Champion
You might think I'm a funny looking feller Well, you ought to see my old wife, Isabella She's got a face just like a bushel basket And walks like a prize pig up in a market Took her out with the kids one day Told her to make up smart She went and got her mother's crinoline And at first did please my heart...
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60. I Want Meat - Harry Champion
Chorus: I want meat, I want meat Meat, meat, meat, meat I like it cold, I like it hot Like it in a stew or a hotpot pot Leg of pork. leg of lamb A juicy steak, a slice of ham I don’t want fruit from Alabam' I want meat, meat, meat.
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