'in Trafalgar Square, you'll see me standing there
Subject: A song my grandmother used to sing|
Date: 29 Jul 99 - 04:30 PM
I'm trying to find the title, words and a midi file to a drinking song my gandmother used to sing. It's probably Scottish, English or Irish in origin (fairly obvious, given I already said it's a drinking song).
The lyrics go somethign like this:
.... When in trafalgar square, you'll see me standing there on a pillar, just like Nelson In my top-hat, my tail-coat, my sporin and my kilt I called on Winston Churchhill....
Anybody know this song? Any and all replies will be appreciated.
Subject: RE: A song my grandmother used to sing|
Date: 29 Jul 99 - 06:24 PM
It works better if you include any words or title, if known, in the title of your thread. I have started another thread here for you to check on responses.
or, here: http://www.mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=12639&messages=1
Good luck. Please post to the new thread if you can help out. Thanks,
Subject: RE: 'in Trafalgar Square, you'll see me standing there|
Date: 29 Mar 11 - 07:13 AM
in my tophat my tailcoat my sporrin and my kilt I stolled down piccadilly
you can hear the girls declare, he must be a millionaire
my SCottish dad sang it too. that's all i can remember! sorry
do you remember "cambellton Loch" GREAT drinking song....CL i wish ye were whiskey, CL ach aye. CL loch i wish ye were wiskey, i wid drink ye dry! LOL