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Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
chunkyinargyll 30 November, 2018 17:49
Silence is Goulden (a hit for The Tremeloes in 67, but first saw the light of day in '64 as the 'B' side to Rag Doll- 4 seasons. Fancy having so many hits you could put it out as a B side because you didn't think it was strong enough to be a hit)

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
chunkyinargyll 30 November, 2018 17:54
Actually, I'm going to have 'Rag Doll' as well.

Anyone remember Mordaunt Doll (Seaxe Man will, I'm sure)

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Still holds our highest 8th wicket partnership with Joe Murrell



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Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
chunkyinargyll 30 November, 2018 18:25
And sticking with Mr F Valli and the 4 seasons-

Walk like a Mann.

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Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
rod/ed 30 November, 2018 19:40
Pooley Vous

Eight days a Weekes.

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
BarmierKev 30 November, 2018 20:16
Chantily Lace

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
tallliman 30 November, 2018 20:19
Inspired by an earlier post:
Purple Haynes (Prince)

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
Haringey Racer 30 November, 2018 20:31
Fot the older amongst us:

The green, green grass of Gomes

Proud Merry

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
rod/ed 30 November, 2018 20:45
A Parfitt Day

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
rod/ed 30 November, 2018 21:23
Midnight at the Owais

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
BeefyRoberts 30 November, 2018 21:41
Billy Joel...(Gubby)Allentown.

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
BarmierKev 30 November, 2018 23:20
Monster Nash



Barmy Kev
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Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
Darren Gosling 30 November, 2018 23:46
La Bamber

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
adelaide 01 December, 2018 00:02
Paint it Black (Sam Black, that is)

SoutHearne Man

Hot to Trott

Burton on the Ritz

Ian Dury's classic "There ain't half been some clever b*stards" must be right for Brearley!

Cordaroy (after Pearl Jam)

Rock'n'roll Crook

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
rod/ed 01 December, 2018 08:30
Come one Eoin by Dexters Midwicket Runouts

Tears of a Brown by Smokey Featherstone and the Miracles

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
BarmierKev 01 December, 2018 09:00
Baby You Can Drive My Carr



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Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
adelaide 01 December, 2018 11:22
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rod/ed
Come one Eoin by Dexters Midwicket Runouts
Tears of a Brown by Smokey Featherstone and the Miracles

Or two for the price of one - Living Next Door to Ellis by Smokie.

Or three if the version with (Chubby) Brown is taken.

Chubby? Chubby? Who the...

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
hdo 01 December, 2018 12:24
The Moody Blues classic... Nights In White Gatting.

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
adelaide 01 December, 2018 13:19
That Bowie classic = Fayme

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
chunkyinargyll 01 December, 2018 14:30
Two Tribes go to Warr (Frankie goes to Cricklewood)

Re: Songs for Middlesex cricketers
BarmierKev 01 December, 2018 17:50
Eoin me Eoin you (Aha)



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