9 thoughts on “ But The Cat Came Back - Rolf Harris - The Man With A Microphone (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. The Man With A Microphone Directed By – Johnny Scott* Written-By – Carter* A2: Clock Of Life Directed By – Johnny Scott* Written-By – Carter* A3: Tit Willow Arranged By – Rolf Harris Directed By – Laurie Holloway: A4: But The Cat Came Back Directed By – Laurie Holloway Written By – Marais Written-By – Harry S. Miller: A5: My /5(2).
  2. The Man With A Microphone Directed By – Johnny Scott* A2: Clock Of Life Directed By – Johnny Scott* A3: Tit Willow Arranged By – Rolf Harris Directed By – Laurie Holloway: A4: But The Cat Came Back Directed By – Laurie Holloway: A5: My World You Do Look Queer Directed By – 4/5(1).
  3. The Man With A Microphone: Clock Of Life: Tit Willow: But The Cat Came Back: My World You Do Look Queer: Mountain Ded: Football Crazy: Down Below: Big Willy Broke Jail Tonight: The Frozen Logger: That's What They Call The Didgeridoo: Cosher Bailey (Did You /5(3).
  4. The Cat Came Back Lyrics: Old Uncle Judd had troubles of his own / He had a scruffy yellow tom that wouldn't leave home / He went to church one Sunday, one Sunday for advice / The preacher said.
  5. The Man With The Microphone: A2: Clock Of Life: A3: Tit Willow: A4: But The Cat Came Back: A5: My Word You Do Look Queer: A6: Mountain Dew: B1: Football Crazy: B2: Down Below: B3: Big Willy Broke Jail Tonight: B4: The Frozen Logger: B5: That's What They Call Didgeridoo: B6: Cosher Bailey.
  6. Artist: Rolf Harris. A1: The Man With A Microphone. Catalogue Number: SX Format: LP. the sound, which is why we play testall of our records. So you know the sound quality of the record you're getting, not just what it looks like.
  7. "The Cat Came Back" is a comic song written by Harry S. Miller in Christmas It has since entered the folk tradition and been recorded under variations of the title—"But the Cat Came Back", "And the Cat Came Back", etc. It is also a popular children's song.
  8. This hilarious Oscar®-nominated animation is based on the century-old folk song of the same name. Old Mr. Johnson makes increasingly manic attempts to rid hi.

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