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Drink Up Thy Zyder


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  1. Jul 03,  · Drink Up Thy Zyder. Posted on July 3, by Dominic and Veronica Riordan. These lyrics, from West England’s greatest cultural export, The Wurzels, neatly sums up the last few days. For drinking up the cider has been a pleasure these last few days.
  2. Sheet music for Drink Up Thy Zider: buy online. Voice/Piano (VCE/PF). Published by Music Vault. Composer: Cutler, Alan John 'Adge'.
  3. Drink Up Thy Zider This song is by The Wurzels and appears on the album Adge Cutler & The Wurzels () and on the album Carry On Cutler (). Drink up thy zider George, pass us round the mugs Drink up thy zider George, thy garden's bare nigh dug Well there's dung all o'er the taters and half way up thy gaiters And there's still more zider in the jug Drink up thy zider.
  4. "Drink up thy Zyder" We love the smell of simmering mulled cider - a traditional British and American drink - during the Christmas holidays, and offer guests hot mulled cider throughout the cold winter months. Cider making in Somerset - video at link.
  5. Here's a song I use to play with the Irish Folk Band "Barley Juice." Questions/Comments [email protected] - Ian C.T. vom Saal Drink up the Cider INTRO G C G D7 G C G D7 G VERSE-1 GDrink up the cider George, Cpass me round the jug GDrink up the cider George, I D7have an empty mug The Gnight is almost over but you Csee that we're still sober And there's Gstill more D7cider in.
  6. Drink up thy zider - disco version Lyrics: Drink up thy zider george, pass us round the jug / Drink up thy zider george, thy garden's well nigh dug / There's dung all o'er thy tater's and half way.
  7. [Verse 2] G C Drink up the cider George, thee's been goin' far G D7 Drink up the cider George, thee's gettin' quite a star G C Thy cheeks are getting redder, from Charthouse to Cheddar G D7 G And there's still more cider in the jar.
  8. Drink Up Thy Zyder: Companies, etc. Record Company – E.M.I. Records; Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd. Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. Credits Bass – Gaffer Baylis* Drums – Douggie Wright* (tracks: A3, B6.
  9. Drink Up Thy Zider (Adge Cutler) B Side Twice Daily (Adge Cutler) - Click on a photo to enlarge. Professor Wurzel's Disc Notes: This was Adge Cutler & The Wurzels' first single. The tracks were lifted directly from their first album entitled, appropriately enough, "Adge Cutler & The Wurzels' recorded live on November 2nd at the Royal Oak.

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