George Formby Song-book: My Little Goat And Me-1937
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My Little Goat And Me-1937
  Regal Zonophone MR2368 Gifford/Cliffe

I'm never lonely any old time I like company I do
Ive got a pal he's quite a true pal, wherever I go he goes too.

Were always good companions and never disagree
We're very fond of one another, My Little Goat and Me.

Last night I met a French girl, she smiled and said "Wee, wee".
I said don't put rude questions please, to My Little Goat and Me.

We're just like brothers, each others troubles we share
They call us "Silly Billy Goats" but we don t care.

While resting in the country, some birds up in a tree
They didn't pay the least respect to My Little Goat and Me.

I never let him ramble alone, astray he has never done
The lead I must take out, people can't make out
Which end the goat is on.

The day that I got married, my bride was all at sea
As down the aisle she followed after my Little Goat and Me.

At bedtime I said, Wifey, you sleep on our settee
In bed there's only room enough for My Little Goat and Me.

We're just like brothers, each others troubles we share
They call us "Silly Billy Goats" but we don t care.

Down on the farm a milkmaid as busy as can be
This afternoon she milked three cows and My Little Goat and Me.

A boss-eyed man was shooting at a shooting gallery
He fired two shots and hit two bulls and My Little Goat and Me.

Some airmen up at Hendon, searched for a flying flea
I said there's thousands if you look on My Little Goat and Me.
We're just like brothers, each others troubles we share
They call us "Silly Billy Goats" but we don t care.

Last night our housemaid shouted, neath my bed - I can see
Burglars, I said don't be daft, it's My Little Goat and Me.
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