Come Along A Me

Album: The Singing Postman (1964)

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  • Also known as "Come Along O' Me", this is a fairly typical Singing Postman composition; it appears to be about or at least directed to his mother, and was one of the first songs he recorded for the BBC after sending them a tape in 1959 of a song he'd written about the town of Sheringham. It was included on his debut EP which was released by Ralph Tuck Promotions in December 1964. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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