in THE PLOOMAN LADDIES, the line
'Sing laddie-o and sing laddie-i
The plooman laddies are a'the go'
is obviously wrong & easily corrected, but as this is what was collected by Arthur Argo, would that be OK?
Likewise, in Willie Scott's recorded version (more than once!) of'THERE'S BOUND TO BE A ROW'
'And as they hustle me about if I don't scrape and bow,
and say yes sir and thank you please
there's bound to be a row'
can we change this to make sense & where does it end?