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Scaffold - Thank You Very Much / Lily The Pink album mp3

Scaffold - Thank You Very Much / Lily The Pink album mp3

Performer: Scaffold
Title: Thank You Very Much / Lily The Pink
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1981
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 691
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Scaffold achieved two other Top 10 hits "Thank U Very Much" and "Liverpool Lo. This was based on a bawdy folk song called "The Ballad of Lydia Pinkham," which was traditionally sung in changing rooms by rugby teams after matches. The trio wrote new lyrics for the tune; "Jennifer Eccles and her terrible freckles" were added because Graham Nash joined them in the studios at Abbey Road to contribute some backing vocals and the lyric alluded to Nash's band, The Hollies', hit "Jennifer Eccles

Lily the Pink" is a 1968 song released by the UK comedy group The Scaffold. It is a modernisation of an older folk song titled "The Ballad of Lydia Pinkham". The lyrics celebrate the "medicinal compound" invented by Lily the Pink, and chronicle the "efficacious" cures it has brought about, such as inducing morbid obesity to cure a weak appetite, or bringing about a sex change as a remedy for freckles.

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Lily the Pink ● The Scaffold. BPM of 110. Key of C Major. Lily the Pink by The Scaffold is in the key of C Major. It should be played at a tempo of 110 BPM. This track was released in 1968. One Hundred Easy Ways To Lose a Man. Wonderful Town.

Lily the Pink (1998 Remastered Version). chorus) we'll drink a drink a drink to lily the pink the pink the pink the saviour of our human race for she invented, medicinal compound most efficasious in every case. mr freers, had sticky out ears and it made him awful shy and so they gave him medicinal compound and now he's learning how to fly. robert tony, was known to be bony he would never eat his meals and so they gave him medicinal compound now they move him round on wheels. lily the pink she turned to drink she filled up with parafin inside and despite her medicinal compound sadly picklilly died. up to heaven her soul ascended all the church bells they did ring she took with her medicinal compound hark the herald angels sing.

Lily the Pink Lyrics. 3. Thank U Very Much Lyrics. The Scaffold Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

The actual words are 'Thank you very much for the Aintree "I"'. The Aintree I was a meeting place for young musicians, poets etc and was in an area of Liverpool called the Black Bull, Aintree. The "I" stands for institute and indeed it was the Aintree Institute that the song refers to. Sadly it was demolished only a couple of weeks ago. Gary Keenan, Liverpool, UK. Is it not where Morphy Richards got there ideas from? Chris Sturdy, Headcorn, England (and proud of it!) Gary keenen has the correct answer.

Tracklist

A Lily The Pink 4:22
B Thank You Very Much 3:00

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Emi/Bovema

Credits

  • Written By – Gorman/McGear/McGough

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BR 45295 Scaffold Thank You Very Much / Lily The Pink ‎(7", Single) BR Music BR 45295 Netherlands 1989
1C006-1071967 Scaffold Lily The Pink ‎(7", Single) EMI 1C006-1071967 Germany Unknown
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