Regimental Sergeant Zippo

Album: not released on an album (1968)
  • This is an early Elton John/Bernie Taupin collaboration. According to Susan Black's Elton John in His Own Words, this song and a few others were made into an album on a 2-track machine by Caleb Quaye, but most never saw the light of day. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander - London, England

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  • Adam from West Palm Beach, FlA delightfully whimsical tune from the Reg Dwight era.
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