at the Bellowhead after-show session in the Colston Yard
It's nothing to do with you
It's a very small cock you all know what
It's my cock-a-doodle-doo"
(Also in the running for "I puts down me hand for to cut off the steam / But the chaff had been blown from me thrashing machine" with Faustus at Bristol Folk House.)
at the Folk Weekend in the Black Swan in York
"We're having a bit tonight
We're having a bit tonight
Me Mother says I must be quick
To get a bit of Spotted Dick"
at Bristol Folk Festival
"Now he had phalurum, fa-liddle-i-orum
He had phalurum, fa-liddle-i-ay
He had phalrum, and a ding-dorum
Maids when your young never wed an old man..."
And the winner is ...
on the "Forty Favourite Folk Songs" CD
"Oh mother, oh mother oh what shall I do
I have married a man who's unable to screw
For many long years I've avoided the call
Now I've married a man who has no balls at all."