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GUEST,ed silberman cheese songs (67* d) cheese songs 22 Jun 01

Hi folks

I thought this might be fun. i was in a cheese shop where they had a cheese called Lincolnshire Poacher and I started to think about songs that have cheese in the title or in the lyrix and that it'd be fun to start a list of cheese songs. Right off the bat I thought of Les Barkers' "Hard Cheese of Old England" (of course!), "Here's to Cheshire, Here's to Cheese"(trad,Pete Seeger), "Butter and Cheese and All"(trad, Sam Larner), the "the cheese stands alone" verse to Farmer in the Dell(trad,Micheal Cooney), and a music-hally sort of thing I can only vaguly remember about "when the gorganzola cheese went wrong"(or some such). Let's see how a long a list we can make! Whenever possible, please indicate author or, if traditional, a singer associated with the song ( as I have done above) so that if people aren't familiar with a song you post they'll have a clue where to find it. Thank you.

A second list could be of musical cheese puns: "What A Freind We Have in Cheeses" and "Am I Bleu" for starters. Have fun!

Ed Silberman

See The Aged Cheese (click), which probably shouldn't have been labeled a "BS" thread.
-Joe Offer-

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