RIP Ken Dodd

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  1. Yaya's Birthday Cake

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  2. Ancient Citizen

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    Has this been verified?
     
  3. EL APACHE TEVEZ

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    RIP Doddy,absolute legend.
     
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    RIP Ken remember going to see you as a kid. Also he had a great singing voice. My mam loved listening to him.
     
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    Ahh damn, he was one of the heroes you could meet and not be disappointed as a kid. For many it is simply an act, this chap had a smile and love for everyone, one of the real gentlemen in the world.

    R.I.P Sir Ken Dodd
     
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    Just heard, sad news.I heard that he holds the record for non stop gag telling, and I met him at a record shop when he was promoting one of his hits.
    Very nice, funny bloke.
     
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    I think he said after his trial for tax evasion that George Carmen, his brilliant lawyer's next job was getting Stevie Wonder a driving license.
     
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    The first single I ever had. Would have been maybe my 5th or 6th birthday in 68 or 69.
    The Ken Dodd EP with we are the diddy men and Knotty Ash and two other songs
     
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    www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-43367267

    Sir Ken Dodd, creator of the Diddy Men and one of the most popular comedians of his time, has died aged 90.

    The Liverpool legend had recently been released from hospital after six weeks of treatment for a chest infection.
     

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