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Knees Up Mother Brown
written by Harris Weston and Bert Lee
Knees Up Mother Brown is a 1938 song composed by Harris Weston and Bert Lee. It is particularly associated with cockney culture.Excerpted from Knees Up Mother Brown on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.




There came a girl from France
Who didn't know how to dance
The only thing that she could do
Was knees up Mother Brown

Chorus:
Oh, knees up Mother Brown
Knees up Mother Brown
Knees up, knees up, never let the breeze up,
Knees up Mother Brown
Oh dear what a silly song

What a silly song, what a silly song

Oh dear what a silly song

What a silly sing-out tune!!!

Oh, hopping on one foot
Hopping on one foot
Hopping, hopping, never stopping
Hopping on one foot

Chorus

Oh, prancing up and down
Prancing up and down
Prancing, prancing, never dancing
Prancing up and down

Chorus

And whirling round and round
Whirling round and round
Whirling, whirling, never twirling
Whirling round and round

Oh, knees up Mother Brown
Knees up Mother Brown
Knees up, knees up, never let the breeze up,
Knees up knees up never let the breeze up
Oh, knees up Mother Brown
Knees up Mother Brown
Knees up, knees up, never let the breeze up,
Knees up Mother Brown

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