Hundred and Fifty-One Days
DESCRIPTION: "For a hundred and fifty-one days a lock-out! The kids and mum get a knock-out! The union funds' pay then run out!" "A thousand pay but the company locks out... they'll get the cops out." "They lock us out, then call it a strike."
EARLIEST DATE: 1959 (Colquhoun-NZ)
KEYWORDS: labor-movement hardtimes New Zealand
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Colquhoun-NZ, p. 80, "151' Days" (1 text, 1 tune, called "Hundred and Fifty-One Days" in the source notes) (p. 60 in the 1972 edition)
Bill Taylor, "Hundred and Fifty-One Days" (on NZSongYngCntry)
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