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I Would If I Could - The Anomoanon - The Derby Ram (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Derby Ram Lyrics: Oh, as I was going to Derby / 'Twas on the market day / I met with the finest ram, sir / That ever was fed upon hay / That's a lie, that's a lie, that's a lie, a lie, a lie!
  2. Derby Ram Derby Ram As I went out to Derby, upon a market day I spied the biggest ram, sir, that ever was fed on hay Hey ringle dangle, hey ringle day It was the biggest ram, sir, that ever was fed on hay [alternate chorus: [Didn't he ramble, ramble [He rambled up and down [All over the town [Didn't he ramble, ramble [He rambled 'til the butcher cut him down] The horns upon this ram, sir, they.
  3. The Derby Ram (First Steps in Music series) Hardcover – April 1, by John M. Feierabend (Adapter), Jackie Roche (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 7 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Reviews: 7.
  4. "The Derby Ram" is discussed in the Second Edition of the University of Illinois Press book The Erotic Muse: American Bawdy Songs, by Ed Cray. Herein with American spelling, i.e. "The Darby Ram", the reader is informed that "This song of marvels apparently was to be sung by masked or costumed visitors who stopped at various homes in English villages bringing luck upon the house during the.
  5. The Derby Ram Lyrics: Barbara Jackson said will you show some respect / To a desperate man will you show some respect / The Bishop said I am horrified / By these peoples actions I'm horrified / If.
  6. If you've ever been to derby, you'd know the reason why If you'd ever been to derby, you'd have seen the same as I And his best friend said, "That since he was four He smiled all the time, he was so popular" His parents just couldn't say a thing And the tributes were left by the school gate If you've ever been to derby, you'd know the reason why.
  7. Apr 01,  · Ultimately it became one of those songs where it could never be a radio single, it was on an indie album, but it’s one that people always react to as though it were a hit song on the radio.” K.
  8. Derby: Sandy Solo: You Turned The Table On Me There I Go: Derby: Bob Dini: Sometime Goodbye My Love: Derby: Steve Gaynor: A Million Stars Too Much In Love To Care: Derby: Eddie Safranski Trio: Martin Kane Theme No Moon At All: Derby: Ralph Curtis: You Are You.

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