Little Bit Off The Top (Harry Bedford) Sheet music download


A Little Bit Off The Top.
As sung by Harry Bedford.
Written and composed by Harry Bedford.

This is an excerpt from the Album "Sixty Old Time Variety Songs' which is also available for download.
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Harry Bedford (1873-1939) began as a child performer at the Magpie Music Hall, Battersea, the Elephant and Castle Theatre and the Britannia, Hoxton. At the age of 15 he played cat to Vesta Tilley’s Dick Whittington at the Theatre Royal, Portsmouth. He made his first solo music hall appearance in 1889 at Vento’s Varieties, Portsmouth. In 1895 he appeared at the Middlesex Music Hall in London and soon after as a solo comedian and dancer. A popular ‘low comedian’, his earliest song successes were ‘Cock of the North’ and ‘When I Get Some Money’. ‘A Little Bit off the Top’ was his first hit after he sang it at Southampton in December 1898. It was considered saucy at the time.

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