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Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner
Last updated: 22.04.17
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"Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner" always reminds of Max Bygraves, a Cockney entertainer who I often heard on the radio in the late 1940's as a child. It was often sung, straight for a change, in the Royal Navy and not just by Londoners. (Yours truly, for instance even though I came from Worcester). As the title suggests, this one-verse pub song is an inane ditty on loving London, merely because the singer happens to be a Londoner. The version I now sing is taken from 101 Pub Favourites for Buskers.
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