1.   County Cowboy
​   2.   A Trip Down Bray Hill.
   3.   Poor Adam.

   4.   Deia. 
   5.   Holyman.
​   6.   Equitable Henry. 

   7.   Don't Wanna' See You Cryin'.
   8.  'Photograph'.
​   9.   Rompin' On. 

   10. All My Past.
   11. A Song for Perryman. 
   12. Skin and Bone.  

As From March 2014 - this is the new -
 'Another Star in Limbo' C.D. Cover, 
  Photo c/o Alfred Debels - Holland.

 

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                                                 County Cowboy.
                                                                                                                                                                             
There was a man in chains,
Dazzled by the lights on Broadway,
He was a local 'Hero' but never ever lived it down,
But the jailer delayed him - so the story goes,
He was just another County Cowboy,
He was just another County Cowboy.

               *          *          *
The Magistrate sold him to a local paper,
It was a hit and run, that's what the jury said,
Serving 10 yrs or more, the story's getting old,
He was just another County Cowboy,
He was just another County Cowboy, he said-
               *          *          *

Send a letter tell Mamma not to worry,
I'll be home soon yes I'm in a hurry,
I'm not guilty for the price I'm payin'
               *          *          *
            He said - 'Watch Out'. 

                                            (Photos c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing). 
 
 
 
                                       A Trip Down Bray Hill -
                                         (A tribute to Steve Hislop at the Isle of Man TT).

Left - to - Right.   (Photo).
Dave Wammy Walmsley - Steve Hislop (R.I.P) & Rob Mercer,
at the 'Pit  Stop' Bar,
Douglas Promenade, during the  Isle Of Man   T.T Races.   
​                              

 Photo c/o  Rob/John Mercer.

De izquierda a derecha. (Foto).  
David Wammy Walmsley - Steve Hislop ( R.I.P ) y Rob Mercer ,
en el ' box ' de bar, Douglas Promenade ,
durante la Isla de Man T.T Races .
​  
(Foto c /o John Mercer ) .
 
 

                                                  Poor Adam. 
 


 
Neighbour stop you're foolin', you're playin' on my cross-roads,
You don't know what your doin', to me,
You're foolin' with my nature and nature's like a baby and
Baby don't mean maybe, you'll see.
Eve was feelin' Grand, Oo-Oo-Oo-

She was in command,  Oo-Oo-Oo-
Adam made it simple, but he had to make it pay,

Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo-----Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo-
               

Let's take a walk - 
                   
Now baby's got no money and don't you think it's funny?
But Bees they still make honey, you'll see!
Eve was feelin' Grand, Oo-Oo-Oo-
She was in command,  Oo-Oo-Oo-
Adam made it simple, but he had to make it pay,
Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo-----Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo-

              *          *          *
Adam made it simple, Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo / Oo-Oo-
(Photo c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing). 
 
 
 
 
                                                           Deia.  
                                                                   (A tribute to Eileen Anderson). -
​                       The photographs  below show her resting place - Eternal love from us all. R.I.P. x
 
 
When the sun shines in Deia, 
You'll feel the mountains touch the sky,
Those days were so happy,
But once it made me cry,
But my life must go on just the same.
              *          *          *

We lost a sweet girl,
And-the mountains touched the sky,
Like a wounded Soldier,
I felt that I could die,
But my life must go on just the same.
             *          *          *
Something that God only knows,
But he won't let you down,
Sometimes the reasons don't show,
But he won't let you down.
(Photos c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing). 
With regards to the words,​('Something that GOD only knows')
My religious  beliefs have changed 'Dramatically' since writing this  song,
​ but - 'My values' remain the same.
 
 
 
                                                             Holyman. -

​                                          This is a song about one of the best friends in my life,
                        He decided to escape down the religious road and I have no problems with that,
​                                             All I can say is 'Thank You' for being my friend. x
 
 
  Holyman, you say that you understand
 You say that you've got - 'The Book' - on the scheme,
 Passing pages, page after page leaving
 Age after age in a dream.
               *          *          *
 Holyman, let go of my hand,
 My 'Faith' is along with the breeze,
 Holyman tell me good tell me bad,
 But I know both the
'Red' from the 'Green'.

              *          *          *
 I've got the 'Picture', but still I can't see,
 You've got the guide book but no-one can read,
 We're all in a boat but far from the sea-Holyman.
    (Photos c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing).
 


 
                                                         Equitable Henry.  
​                                    "Absolutely devoted to the Motherland!"
c
/o Winston Churchill.
 
 
  I'm sitting here with the Rain coming down,
I'm wondering what's in Store for me,
Streets full of Lonely people,
Lost in thisUniverse.
          *          *          *
Workin' men with Dedication,
'Sold down the river' it's a mystery,
Houses full of Lonely people,
Lost in this Universe.
         

 *          *          *
I'm looking round at Strangers faces?
But not allowed to 'Stand my ground'
Forty years, no hesitation and-
Down goes the money from the 'Pension Scheme'.
          *          *          *
Workin' men with Dedication,
'Sold down the river' it's a mystery,
Houses full of Lonely people,
Lost in this Universe.         

          *          *          *
All these years of Dedication,
But being chased by the-
Working Class blues,
All the years of Dedication,
We've 'Nothing more to lose'
(Photos c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing).
 
 
 
 
                                        Don't Wanna' See You Cryin'.
 
 

 
Don't  wanna see you cryin',
Don't wanna hear you lyin',
I wanna make you happy,
Until the day I die.       
        *          *          *
Don't wanna see you lonely
I'll be there when you call me,
I wanna make you happy,
Until the day I die.

(Photo c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing).        
 
 
 
                                                Photograph.
 
 
 
 
 
 
I said - 
Can you please 'Pose' for the camera it's a photograph,
I'm gonna take a little picture of you,
I'm gonna put it in the local news.
            *          *          *
Every day, waiting for the 'Lovers' near Blackpool Pier,
After one or two gasses of beer,
I'll take a picture of you my dear.
           *          *          *
On the beach or down by the back street,
Tryin' ta mek a 'bob or two' - bob or two,
On the Beach or down by the back street,
Tryin' ta mek a 'bob or two -

           *          *          *
Sorry 'Sir' I can't give you money back without receipt,
The 'Inland Revenue' are under my feet,
Much obliged if you'll come next week. 
           *          *          *
On the beach or down by the back street,
Tryin' ta mek a 'bob or two' - bob or two,
On the Beach or down by the back street,
Tryin' ta mek a 'bob or two -
 
         (Hoy! Where's mi' Photo?)

        (Photos c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing).     
 
 
 
                                               
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                                        Rompin' On. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rompin' On.

​                     (A Classic 'WAMMY' Instrumental).
             Written in Great Harwood Lancashire, 2005-ish. 

​                     Photo c/o Alfred Debbles HOLLAND -
​                    taken at The  Heartbreak American Bar
​                               BENIDORM  April 2017.
 
 

 
                                                  All My Past.
 

I met a friend the other day, 
He started to remind me, of all my past,
He told me not to lose my head,
And never look behind me, at all my past.

               *          *          *
We've all had our good times,

I've had my bad times, I hope it's my last.       
               *          *          *
Now I'm walking through the Wind and Rain,
Here comes the feelin' again, it's
Just about to drive me Insane - a-aa-ain -
               *          *          *
We've all had our good times,
I've had my bad times, I hope it's my last. 

               *          *          *
Now I'm walking through the Wind and Rain,
Here comes the feelin' again, it's
Just about to drive me Insane - a-aa-ain -
                 (Let it rain!).

  (Photo c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing).  

 
 
  
 
 
                                         A Song for Perryman.  

( My 
Autobiography, DELIVERING the GOODS covers quite some info on this song!). 

Norma Perryman was a manipulator, that lost control. Her - Qabalah & Tarot  cards went with her when she died.
(She was  a mere 65 yrs old). Sadly her modelling career had fallen by the way-side.
 
 

 
You say you're happy,
Could it be something you dreamed of today,
Could it be something you saw far away ?
And it's gone.
 

              *          *          *
You say you Love, 
Do you need know what the word Love it means,
Could it be something that you've never seen?
And it's gone - I said!
               *          *          *
 "So my dear old friend, the Wars' at an end,
Take off your smile, you know what I mean,
You're false and your smile is so old".

               *          *          *
I've got an answer,
Throw out the old and then bring in the new,
Out comes the sun and the mornings come true,
Yes they do - I said! --- So, my dear old friend - etc
 (Photos c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing).       
 
 
 
 

                                                  Skin and Bone.            
                                   (Inspired at the La Chasse club, Wardour street, London.)
 
 

 
Well - Wardour Street Marquee, here I come, 
Seeking my fortune and fame,
I fell in love with the 'Music Machine' full of -
Money talking people, think there made of steel,
They're only made of 'Skin & Bone'.               
                *          *          *
I've played the 'Glastonbury Festival, 
Marquee, Lyceum,  Rendezvous, the Roundhouse - (Rendezvous the Roundhouse).
I fell in love with the 'Music Machine' full of -

Money talkin' people, think they're made of steel,
They're only made of 'Skin & Bone'.
               *          *          *
Oo Oo Now Baby,
We're only made of  'Skin & Bone'.

Oo Oo Now Baby,
We're only made of  'Skin & Bone'.

.              *          *          *
Well-I only think straight, both hands on the wheel,
The boys in La Chasse Club never got a 'Deal'
I fell in love with the 'Music Machine' full of -
Money talkin' people, think they're made of steel,
They're only made of 'Skin & Bone'.


                     (Photos c/o Royalty and Copyright Free or Flikr Photo Sharing)