The Postman And The Milk Girl

Album: The Singing Postman (1964)
  • This is a short, straightforward love song; the postman was obviously Allan Smethurst himself; it remains to be seen if the milk girl was a real person, if so this love affair was obviously one-sided, as is evident from the Keith Skipper biography of this sad musical genius. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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