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BELL BOTTOM TROUSERS (Claude Hulbert, Paul England) As recorded by: The Million-Airs, Dir. Arthur Lally V. Fred Douglas Recorded 3rd June 1931 With a yo-heave-ho, and I fear no foe In my bell bottom trousers I'm a sailor bold and I can't catch cold In my bell bottom trousers In every port at which I call My manly figure makes girls fall But the thing that really gets them all Is my bell bottom trousers With a yo-heave-ho, and I fear no foe In my bell bottom trousers I'm a sailor bold and I can't catch cold In my bell bottom trousers I spent a holiday in Kent And rooms were scarce and so I went And made myself a little tent In my bell bottom trousers With a yo-heave-ho, and I fear no foe In my bell bottom trousers I'm a sailor bold and I can't catch cold In my bell bottom trousers In Scotland once, a house I built And as I'm scotch up to the hilt I used one leg and made a kilt Of my bell bottom trousers (Musical Break) In my bell bottom trousers (Music) In my bell bottom trousers Now when we had to scrub the decks We'd turn them up around our necks And then I'm simply full of sex In my bell bottom trousers. Transcribed from John Wright's 78 RPM Record Collection (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - February 2013)

    


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