James Goldsmith, Lyric Fragment, 26 May 1996

At some point I’ll trawl through my old jotters and find all sorts of fragments in illegible scrawl.

This fragment found its way onto the PC, so I’m dealing with it now.

Clearly I wasn’t convinced then that it could go anywhere and I’m certainly not convinced now.

Coal Digger (1992) was a far better candidate for the Goldfinger song and one of those is surely enough?

JAMES GOLDSMITH
(To the Tune of “Goldfinger”)

VERSE 1

James Goldsmith (blah blah blah)
He’s the man, the man with a minor putsch,
Jemima’s pop’s,
Such
A strange Goldsmith (blah blah blah)

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