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As I was sat by the Ave Maria ...

Sheila Jones writes:


Is there a poem as follows or did my father make it up? (He came down to London from Scotland in the 1920s and was fascinated by and loved the Cockney slang)

As I was sat by the Ave Maria

Warming my Plates of Meat

There came a knock on the Rory O'Moore

That made my Raspberry beat

Can't find it via Google!

Date: 18-Sep-2009
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