Friends And Neighbours

Album: Somebody Stole My Gal (1954)
Charted: 3
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  • "Friends And Neighbours" was written by composer Malcolm Lockyer and lyricist Marvin Scott; it was released as a single by Billy Cotton And His Band on the Decca label in October 1954 backed by "The Kid's Last Fight".
    The sheet music was published by Chappell of London the same year.

    Not much needs to be said of this song other than when you've got friends and neighbours you are indeed the richest man in town. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England
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