A little bit of what you fancy does you good, Something on his mind, Every little movement has a meaning of its own, The Coster
girl in Paris, The Twiddly-wink, When I take my morning promenade, The Piccadilly Trot, Put on your slippers, Woman's Opinion of Man, Revue, Now you've got the Khaki on. The previous tracks date from
1903 - 1915
Story of a clothes line. (1907)
Marie Lloyd Jnr.:
A little bit of lovin', I live in hopes, One of the ruins that Cromwell knocked about a bit (1930 - 1936)
The following tracks feature other artists performing Marie Lloyd's songs (these she never recorded herself):
Oh! Mr. Porter. (1931)
Twiggy Voo, There they are - the two of 'em on their own, The Cock Linnet Song (Don't Dilly Dally)(1932)
The Bond Street Tea Walk (1902), Bathing or Should the Sexes bathe together (1901).
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