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A LITTLE BIT OF CUCUMBER (Written by T.W. Connor) Harry Champion I was weaned on cucumber And on my wedding day, Sitting down to supper when The guests had gone away, My old darling said to me, "You must be hungry, Joe! What is it you fancy?" I Said, "Fancy! Don't you know?" I went flying in the air With my old college chum. Suddenly he said to me, "We're bound for kingdom come! Is there anything on your mind Before you wear a crown?" I began to shake and said, "Write this confession down: To the Lord Mayor's Banquet I Got in one foggy day. When I saw the grub it took My appetite away: "Sparrowgrass" and chaffinches, And pigs-head stuffed with jam! I said to the waiter there, "You don't know who I am!" Sev'ral years of married life Have brought me lots of joys. I don't know how many girls, I think it's fourteen boys. When the last one came to town It nearly turned my head. It was marked with a cucumber, And the fust words that it said, Were: CHORUS: "I like pickled onions, I like piccalilli. Pickled cabbage is alright With a bit of cold meat on Sunday night. I can go termartoes, But what I do prefer, Is a little bit of cu-cum-cu-cum-cu-cum, Little bit of cucumber."

    





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