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Mickey Plum

Discussion in 'English' started by Jezza1, May 8, 2009.

  1. Just lost my beloved Uncle george today who taught me this poem. Does anyone here know the words. Thanx
     
  2. My Dad used to recite this to me as a child in his broad Yorkshire accent.

    As I walked down Treacle Lane I met me ol pal Micky Plum.
    He said to me, he said to me, he said doust thou want to go Pictures tonight ?
    So I thought a bit an I thought a bit an I thought, I, I;ll go
    It were a Picture it were,
    A few nights later I met a pal who told me poor Micky Plum had died
    Asked if I were going t funeral so I thought a bit an I thought a bit an I thought, I, I;ll go
    So I went t funeral I did
    An it were a funeral it were it were
    Some was laughing on his grave some was dancing on his grave
    But poor me was crying
    Poor Mickey Plum

    I hope this is the version you recall.
     

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