“Nothing To Do With Me”


The singer will not denigrate others or interfere in business that has nothing to do with him. The rest of the song is gossip about his neighbors. A policeman, he hints, takes bribes. A girl married to an old man has a baby, he hints, not her husband's.


Broadside Bodleian Firth c.26(252) says "Sung by Harry Barber and George Gordon." - BS


  • Bodleian, Harding B 11(2958), "Nothing To Do With Me!" ("Kind friends for what I'm going to say on you I will not frown"), unknown, n.d.; also Firth c.26(252), "Nothing To Do With Me"


  • Martin Gorman, "It's Nowt To Do With Me" (on Voice14)


  1. Roud #5315
  2. BI, RcNTDWM


Author: unknown
Earliest date: 1966 (recording, Martin Gorman)
Found in: Britain(England(Lond))