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LITTLE OLD WINE DRINKER ME (1967)


Overheard this song in a shop this evening. It was a big favourite of my father’s, which was kind of ironic, since he didn’t actually drink himself. It brought a tear to my eye, I must admit. It also reminded me of a very lame old joke told (I think) by Tommy Cooper…

Bought a train ticket to France. The ticket seller said ‘Eurostar?’ I said ‘Well I’ve been on telly, but I’m no Dean Martin.’

January 13th, 2010.

4 Responses to “LITTLE OLD WINE DRINKER ME (1967)”

  1. golden graham Says:

    Remember that joke too but don’t think it was Tommy Cooper – he died in 1984, Eurostar didn’t start running until 1995.I think it might have been Bob Monkhouse.

  2. Eoin Says:

    Thanks Graham. I stand corrected… It was one of those type guys anyway!

  3. Denise Says:

    “It was one of those type guys anyway!”

    Do you mean comedians Eoin? Yes it probably was! ;)

  4. Eoin Says:

    Thank you Denise, my brain no work good.

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