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Published on Aug 19, 2007
This is Noel Murphys version of a very funny song written by Pat Cooksey and first sung in the Dyer's Arms, in Coventry England. It's real name is 'The Sick Note', and came from an original joke from Gerard Hoffnung back in the 1950s. I has been released by many artists and under many titles including: WHY PADDY'S NOT AT WORK TODAY THE BRICKLAYERS SONG DEAR BOSS PADDY AND THE BARRELL MURPHY AND THE BRICKS
The above song under all alternative titles has always been and remains the sole copyright of the original writer, PAT COOKSEY.
This version is posted on YouTube with the kind permission of Pat Cooksey. If you would like to see the lyrics or to learn more about it, then you may visit Pat Cookseys website at: http://www.patcooksey.com/lyric_the_s...