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Daisy Bell - Billy And The Londoners - Favourite Pub Songs Vol. 2 (CD)


1994
Label: PMF Records - 90.887-2UK • Format: CD • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
Daisy Bell - Billy And The Londoners - Favourite Pub Songs Vol. 2 (CD)

After her performances in London had made "Daisy Bell" one of the most popular songs in England, Katie Lawrence learned to her dismay that the owners of the London's Blackpool Winter Gardens and Pavilion, a performance venue which was not classified as a "music hall", had begun regular performances of "Daisy Bell" in a popular act at that.

Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two) Lyrics: Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do / I'm half crazy all for the love of you / It won't be a stylish marriage / I can't afford a carriage / But you'll.

Daisy Bell (Harry Dacre) By Still Saloam's Shady Rill (William Gardiner) GL $ 2 CD SET INCLUDES: Singalong, Vol 3 & 4 Featuring Singalong songs in dance brackets including Pride Of Erin, FAVOURITE SONGS by The Howie Brothers GL 14 TRACKS CD .

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Favourite Pub Songs Vol. 2" on Discogs.

  2. The song “Daisy Bell” (often more popularly referred to as “A Bicycle Built for Two”) was written in by an Englishman, Harry Dacre. Legend has it that Dacre (nee Henry Decker) came upon the idea for the song during a visit to America. On his trip from the other side of .

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