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- 61. Any Old Iron - Harry Champion
Chorus: Any old iron, any old iron, any, any, any old iron? You look neat, talk about a treat You look dapper from your napper to your feet Dressed in style, brand new tile, And your Father's old green tie on But I wouldn't give you tuppence for your old watch chain Old iron, old iron.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-A/Any-Old-Iron.htm - 12KB - 16 Jun 2014
- 62. Home-Made Sausages - Harry Champion
Chorus: 'Ome-made sausages, Mother's are the best. Fat and fine, all the time. Don't lay on yer chest. Crikey! they do blow out our little family Mother, Mother, good old Mother Bags o' mystery.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-H/Home-Made-Sausages.htm - 11KB - 17 Oct 2012
- 63. Have You Paid The Rent - Harry Champion
Chorus: Have you paid the rent? Have you paid the rent? Naughty, naughty, naughty, have you paid the rent? Here's a wrinkle when the landlord is about Send the kiddies down to say that mother says she's out Have you paid the rent? Have you paid the rent? Never, never tell a lie. If you haven't paid the rent One day you'll repent And you won't go to heaven when you die
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-H/Have-You-Paid-Rent.htm - 11KB - 17 Oct 2012
- 64. Hot Meat Pies, Saveloys And Trotters - Harry Champion
Chorus: Hot meat pies, saveloys and trotters Something you can talk about Something that will blow you out Every time we went to supper round at Mrs Potter's We had hot meat pies, saveloys and trotters.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-H/Hot-Meat-Pies.htm - 11KB - 17 Oct 2012
- 65. Here Comes Beaver - Harry Champion
Chorus: 'Here comes old Beaver! Beaver! Beaver! Beaver!' All the little kids begin to shout: 'Ay! Ay! Ay! Does your mother know you're out? 'E must be Robinson's father For 'e don't look worth a Caesar. Baa baa black sheep, 'ave you any wool? 'Ere comes old Beaver!'
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-H/Here-Comes-Beaver.htm - 11KB - 17 Oct 2012
- 66. Good Old Yorkshire Pudden - Harry Champion
My wife she comes from Yorkshire. Oh, she is a great big lump The way she puts away the grub it drives me off my chump She's a marvel with a knife and fork, at eating she's a don Yorkshire pudden is the stuff she's gone fair barmy on. Chorus: Pud, pud, pud, good old Yorkshire pudden It doesn't matter what I say, she's shouting for it night and day...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-G/Good-Old-Yorkshire-Pudden.htm - 11KB - 17 Oct 2012
- 67. Father Did Look Funny - Harry Champion
My old mother struck a funny idea with my father yesterday; She got tired of patching up his trousers, so she stuck another way. As he is so massive built, set to work and made a kilt. All the kids said 'What a lark!' as he sauntered through the park.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-F/Father-Did-Look-Funny.htm - 12KB - 17 Oct 2012
- 68. A Good Blow-Out For Fourpence - Harry Champion
Chorus: A good blow out for fourpence A good blow out for fourpence Potatoes, greens and frozen lamb Yards of roly-poly jam What a feed - it's what you need To fill your round about Air force pride when the wind's inside So come and have a good blow out.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-G/Good-Blow-Out-For-Fourpence.htm - 10KB - 17 Oct 2012
- 69. What A Mouth - Harry Champion
Chorus: What a mouth! What a mouth! What a North and South Ker-i-key! What a mouth he's got When he was a youngster, Oh Lord Lovell Why, his poor old Mother used to feed him with a shovel What a gap! Poor chap! He's never been known to laugh For if he did, it's a penny to a quid That his faced fall in half.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-W/What-A-Mouth.htm - 13KB - 25 Sep 2013
- 70. Ginger, You're Balmy! - Harry Champion
Chorus: 'Don't walk about without your cady on Ginger you're balmy! Get your hair cut.' they all begin to cry, 'With nothing on your napper, Oh, you are a pie! Pies must have a little bit of crust Why don't you join the army If you want to look a don, you want a bit of something on Ginger you're balmy.'
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-G/Ginger-Youre-Balmy.htm - 11KB - 28 Oct 2012
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