Most of them were comic in nature. by

Now they’ve not touched no water from that very day

The poor little thing was so skinny and thin, It should have been washed in a jug. The mother turned round for the soap on the rack Was only a moment but when she turned back; Her baby had gone and in anguish she cried, "Oh where is my babe?"

When she turned back, she said “crumbs it’s not here” Chorus: PADDY Don't Jump Off The Roof, A

Your baby has gone down the plug-hole A mother was bathing her baby one night The youngest of ten, a poor little mite The mother was fat and the baby was thin Only a skellington wrapped up in skin. The mother was livid. Dad

MAX The angels replied: [D] [G] Oh, your baby has gone down the plug hole.

Is 'E An Aussie Lizzie, Is 'E?

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The poor little thing was so skinny and thin, It should have been washed in a jug.
TOMMY COOPER 8:38 pm Your Baby Has Gorn Down the Plug’ole.

Your baby has gone down the plug The angels replied Oh, your baby has gone down the plug hole.

The mother turned 'round for a soap off the rack. Only a skellington covered with skin Automatically playing similar songs. She was but a moment, but when she looked back Hole In The Ground
These Cockney lyrics were found at the Online Dictionary of Playground … Your baby has gone down the plug-hole, Not lost but gone before.” A MOTHER'S LAMENT ( My Baby's Gorn Dahn The Plug'ole ) by Anonymous A mother was bathing her baby one night The … The mother turned 'round for a soap off the rack She was only a moment but when she turned back Her baby had gone and in anguish she cried "Oh, where has my baby gone?"

Your Baby Has Gone Down The Plug-Hole song from the album You Turn Me On!