A Little Bit Of Cucumber

Album: Music Hall Classics (1915)
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  • Although not as well known as "Boiled Beef And Carrots", this is a passable effort, and in many ways is a typical Champion song, delivered at a more than brisk pace. He recorded it in 1915, the year it was written by T.W. Connor and published by Francis, Day & Hunter of London. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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