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Warren, Stephen and Mikey

Warren, Stephen and Mikey

Watch: The Black Country Alphabet Song

A group of lads have produced their own music video based on the famed Black Country dialect! Watch and sing-a-long to The Black Country Alphabet Song!

Click the link above to watch the music video of The Black Country Alphabet Song! Sing-a-long by following the lyrics below!

"This is song ya mom taught me, when I was just a lad."

'J' is for Jed

'J' is for Jed

It's the Black Country alphabet.

  • 'A' is for Opple
  • 'B' is for Nana
  • 'C' is for Council pop
  • 'D' is for Donnies
  • 'E' is for 'ere ya go!
  • 'F' is for Fittle
  • 'G' is for Giz a go
  • 'H' is for Oss

This song is the best. It's better than the rest. This is the Black Country alphabet.

'M' is for Mucker

'M' is for Mucker

  • 'I' is for Ickle
  • 'J' is for Jed
  • 'K' is for Kaylyed
  • 'L' is for Loike
  • 'M' is for Mucker
  • 'N' is for Nah
  • 'O' is for Ow am ya?
  • 'P' is for Tater
  • 'Q' is for Quid

This song is the best. It's better in a vest. This is the Black Country alphabet.

  • 'R' is for Riffy
  • 'S' is for Suck
  • 'T' is for Tara a bit
  • 'U' is for Um
  • 'V' is for Vest
  • 'W' is for Oman
  • 'Y' is for Yampy
  • 'Z' is for Stripey oss

This song is the best. It's better than the rest. This is the Black Country alphabet.

'Y' is for Yampy

'Y' is for Yampy

"Warra bout 'X'? Yow ey sed anythin about 'X'. Giz a kiss!"

Written, performed and produced by Warren Smith, Stephen Pitts, Mikey Beasley, David Black and Harry Bloomer. Photos from the video of 'The Black Country Alphabet Song'.

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last updated: 15/12/2008 at 11:17
created: 11/12/2008

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