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Lyr Req: Don't stand and look around when the cues

pat@rtn.co.uk 06 Sep 99 - 04:15 AM
John Moulden 06 Sep 99 - 07:21 AM
Jim Dixon 18 Jan 11 - 09:24 AM
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Subject: Last heard in Glasgow 30 years ago
From: pat@rtn.co.uk
Date: 06 Sep 99 - 04:15 AM

Could you help me find the words for this song? These are the lyrics I have. "Dont stand and look around When the cues are upside down And the balls are flying past from far and near For whether your ta blame Youd be better off at hame When they're handin out the message in yer ear"

I'm not 100% sure the words are correct. Its a bit of a long shot but if you could help I would appreciate it. Thanks Patricia Thornton


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Last heard in Glasgow 30 years ago
From: John Moulden
Date: 06 Sep 99 - 07:21 AM

This is the Govan Billiard Hall Song by Roddy McMillan - it's published in One singer, One song: Old and New Stories and Song of Glasgow Folk edited by Ewan McVicar and published (and I think, available from) Glasgow City Libraries, The Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Don't stand and look around when the
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 18 Jan 11 - 09:24 AM

See this thread: Lyr Req: Govan Billiard Hall Song (Roddy McMillan)


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