Nothing To Do With Me
DESCRIPTION: The singer will not denigrate others or interfere in business that has nothing to do with him. The rest of the song is gossip about his neighbors. A policeman, he hints, takes bribes. A girl married to an old man has a baby, he hints, not her husband's.
EARLIEST DATE: 1966 (recording, Martin Gorman)
KEYWORDS: humorous nonballad police infidelity accusation
FOUND IN: Britain(England(Lond))
Martin Gorman, "It's Nowt To Do With Me" (on Voice14)
Bodleian, Harding B 11(2958), "Nothing To Do With Me!" ("Kind friends for what I'm going to say on you I will not frown"), unknown, n.d.; also Firth c.26(252), "Nothing To Do With Me"
NOTES: Broadside Bodleian Firth c.26(252) says "Sung by Harry Barber and George Gordon." - BS
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