Thursday, 8 April 2021

Chirp


 Lots of wonderful replies to yesterday’s bit of fun
Some moving , many funny, all interesting 
Thank you
Keep them coming if you want , 
I’m listening to this song as a certain bulldog licks my tired  tired feet

20 comments:

  1. I remember this song very well-my aunt sang this to my younger cousin-she said to my mum-"shall we have chucky eggs and soldiers and baby oranges?"for tea-and we did x

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    1. My Irish Mother in law used to say chucky eggs, have not heard that term for quite a while.

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    2. Ooh we always said 'chucky eggs' too, I'm from Manchester.

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  2. You could hire that bulldog out.

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    1. Yes, to chase them off the stage! I was 11 in 1971 and hated it then...it hasn't improved with time!

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  3. To your answer of what you need.. to retire... when you do you may agree with me..'Best job I've ever had'

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  4. ewwwww, a shitty 70s song!

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  5. Barbara Anne1:10 am

    What's the song? My old computer says 'this video format is not supported' but if I knew the title, I could look it up on YouTube. In the '70s, I listened to music from the '60s, was a new nurse, a newlywed, and in 1979, a new mom!
    Yes, devoted Dorothy may have found her calling. :)

    Hugs!

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    1. It's called Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep by Middle of the Road from 1971 Barbara Anne.

      Jo in Auckland

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    2. Barbara Anne3:05 pm

      Thank you, Jo!

      Hugs!

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  6. An awful song, but somehow strangely mesmerising! I used to just have a bowl of hot bubbly water for my aching feet, lucky you to have Dorothy on hand. xx

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  7. I am not going to play that clip - I don't want the song bouncing around my brain for the rest of the day!

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  8. I remember this from TOTP in the early 70s. And Little Willy by The Sweet which as schoolboys we found highly amusing. We wrote the names of groups in bubble letters on the front of our school books, although can't recall Middle of the Road being very hip. T. Rex were the thing.

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  9. I can just see you in that electric blue outfit 😜

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  10. Nothing like putting your feet up at the end of a long day,

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  11. I've not heard that song for years I used to love it and Rubber Bullets by 10cc, another favourite you should dig out.

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  12. The 70's did have their share of one hit wonders, no?

    XOXO

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  13. I remember this song so good. Oh I feel old

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  14. Well, I tracked that song down, and discovered that I have not missed a thing by being unfamiliar with it. Chirpy chirpy cheep cheep.

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