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Doing the Lambeth Walk lyrics


Lambeth Walk gave its name to a Cockney dance first made popular in 1937 by Lupino Lane. The song from the 1937 musical Me and My Girl. (Book and Lyrics by L Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber, Book revised by Stephen Fry, Music by Noel Gay). The story line is about a Cockney barrow boy who inherits an earldom and almost loses his Lambeth girlfriend.


Any time you're Lambeth way,
Any evening, any day,
You'll find us all
Doing the Lambeth Walk.

Every little Lambeth gal,
With her little Lambeth pal,
You'll find them all
Doing the Lambeth Walk.

Everything's free and easy,
Do as you darn well pleasy,
Why don't you make your way there
Go there, stay there.

Once you get down Lambeth way
Every evening, every day,
You'll find yourself
Doing the Lambeth Walk.oi!








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