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BILLERICAY DICKY IAN DURY IAN DURY & THE BLOCKHEADS Good evening, I'm from Essex In case you couldn't tell. My given name is Dicky, I come from Billericay And I'm doing very well. Had a love affair with Nina In the back of my Cortina. A seasoned-up hyena Could not have been more obscener. She took me to the cleaners And other misdemeanours, But I got right up between her Rum and her Ribena. So you ask Joyce and Vicky If candyfloss is sticky. I'm not a blinking thicky I'm Billericay Dicky And I'm doing very well. I bought a lot of brandy When I was courting Sandy; Took eight to make her randy And all I had was shandy. Another thing with Sandy What often came in handy Was passing her a Mandy; She didn't half go bandy. So you ask Joyce and Vicky If I ever took the mickey. I'm not a flipping thicky, I'm Billericay Dicky And I'm doing very well. I'd rendezvous with Janet Quite near the Isle of Thanet. She looked more like a gannet, She wasn't half a prannet. Her mother tried to ban it, Her father helped me plan it, And when I captured Janet She bruised her pomegranate. So you ask Joyce and Vicky If I ever shaped up tricky. I'm not a blooming thicky, I'm Billericay Dicky And I'm doing very well. You should never pull the candle If you don't know where it's been. The jackpot is in the handle On a normal fruit machine. So you ask Joyce and Vicky Who's their favourite brickie. I'm not a common thicky, I'm Billericay Dicky And I'm doing very well. I know a lovely old toerag, Obliging and noblesse; Kindly Charmaine Shag from Shoeburyness. My given name is Dicky, I come from Billericay; I thought you'd never guess. So you ask Joyce and Vicky, A pair of squeaky chickies. I'm not a flaming thicky, I;m Billericay Dicky And I'm doing very well. Oh golly, oh gosh, Come lie on the couch With a nice bit of posh Fron Burnham-On-Crouch. My given name is Dicky, I come from Billericay And I ain't a slouch. So you ask Joyce and Vicky About Billericay Dicky. I ain't an effing thicky, You ask Joyce and Vicky, I'm doing very well. Ha-Hah. You ask Joyce and Vicky (Contributed by Tony Connolly - July 2007)

    


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