Gazza was in full flow during the nineties trying his hand at this, that and everything. Singing was one of those and he decided to put his own personal spin on an old Geordie Classic. Lindisfarnes ‘Fog on the Tyne’ saw Gazza embark on the music scene. Whilst the song became a cult hit and reached number two in the UK top 40 chart his singing and choice of lyrics weren’t exactly the best. Sausage rolls are mention at one point but it all adds to the loveable ‘daft as a brush’ nature of everyone’s favourite Geordie.
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