Judge Dread - The Winkle Man mp3 album
Alexander Minto Hughes (2 May 1945 – 13 March 1998), better known as Judge Dread, was an English reggae and ska musician. He was the first white recording artist to have a reggae hit in Jamaica, and the BBC has banned more of his songs than those of any other recording artist, because of his frequent use of sexual innuendo and double entendres.
Judge Dread smirked his way through 11 . hits, and virtually all of them are found on this 15-strong set. There's all Dread's "Big" hits of course - his debut "Big Six," and his ever expanding follow-ups. Big Nine" wasn't amongst them, but it did feature on his splendid Working Class 'Ero album, as did "Big One," too, obviously too small a dimension to release on 45. The hilarious "Je T'aime (Moi Non Plus)" moaned its way into the .
The Winkle Man. Judge Dread. The Winkle Man Lyrics. I'll tell you a story about a geezer called the Winkle Man, a right dirty sod! The Winkle Man comes down the street And serves all the ladys What do you know, nine months on They've all got prams and babys. The funny thing about, he was right little shrimp! Musta had some cockle". 9. The Winkle Man. 10. Come Outside. 14. Will I What? 17. Hello Baby.
Features Song Lyrics for Judge Dread's The Winkle Man album. Up With the Cock Lyrics. Judge Dread Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Judge Dread Lyrics. Artist: Judge Dread. Album: Last of the Skinheads, 2009. Has been played on. United Kingdom 1.
Judge Dread - The Winkle Man. views 0. Repetition on the radio 1. play. Judge Dread The Winkle Man. mute. Judge Dread - Big Six. Judge Dread - Big Eight. Judge Dread - Big Seven. Judge Dread - Move Over Darling. Judge Dread - Banana Song. This song is by Judge Dread and appears on the album Last Of The Skinheads (1976). I'll tell you a story about a geezer called the Winkle Man, a right dirty sod! The Winkle Man comes down the streetAnd serves all the ladysWhat do you know, nine months on,They've all got cramps and babys. The funny thing about, he was right little shrimp!". He used to sell them cellaryAnd according to the dirty talkHe asked them what they liked best:The knob end, or the stalk!
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- Written-By – Lemon/Hughes
Notes℗ '76 An Alted Production
From the album: 'Bedtime Stories'
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- Other (Rights Society): STEMRA
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