Back in the day there was a song, sung in our local folk clubs in Hampshire, about the Aldershot and District (universally known as the 'Ave-a-shot and Risk-it') bus company. The chorus was:
Move along, pass along
Madam, move your bag along
Hold very tight, please do (ding ding)
It concerned the love of a man for a conductress of said bus company, and contains a memorable line concerning their (ahem) family life:
The doctor's just told me, I've dropped further in it
'Cos there'll be another one along in a minute
Sorry I can't remember more, but if anyone can fill in the gaps in my memory I would be delighted!