Did he really?
Elvis Presley died in Paul Cabuts' bedroom in south Wales. Have any famous people died in your house?
Sound - someone shaking and spraying a spraypaint can
Music - "Are you lonesome tonight..."
"Elvis died in my bedroom... although the times in that house weren't all bad.After all, Lady Di got married in the living room downstairs... in fact all the big things in my life have had terraced houses in the background.
In 1966 England won the World cup in the middle room of 28 Ynys Street, Ynyshir... My grandmother died in that room but she was in good company, John F Kennedy was assassinated there too...
I remember them taking her through the door - the door my wife would later walk through as she left to run off with my best friend... oh, I don't half miss him.
There must be a lot of people who had the same experiences as me in the pleasant surroundings of their own homes.
I wonder, was Neil Armstrong in Tunnel Terrace when he walked on the moon?
Did Kip Caeno do his marathon in Pant terrace?
Did the wall come down in Reform Street?... and did Pleasant View see the Iron Curtain disappear?
It certainly was not unusual to hear Tom singing in Gyno place, I know, I delivered Sunday papers there...
What's more J.R. got shot in number 10, his brother Bobby died in number 4... and he came back to life in the kitchen next door... its the same house where, or so I'm told where Norman Bates had a slash in the shower.
In Church St, President Clinton did not have a sexual relationship with that woman in 43, although Beckham scored at the end of the road...
Mandela was freed in Hengoed road and Geldof asked everyone to help in Club row... and Martin Luther Kings' dream has been in all these streets... these wonderful things and much much less we have all shared in the comforts of our own homes.
Perhaps it's time I got out more."
End music - guitar