Drip Fed Fred" (Thompson, Barson). Maddley" (McPherson, Smyth, Barson, Thompson, Woodgate). Simple Equation" (McPherson, Foreman). Sarah's Song" (Thompson, Barson). It Must Be Love" (Labi Siffre). My Old Man" (Ian Dury, Steve Nugent). Providing the vocals to "Drip Fed Fred" would be Ian Dury's last chart single release and final appearance on Top of the Pops before his death in March 2000. However, it is included on the Japanese version of the album, along with another song which was a b-side in the UK - "Round And Round".
Drip Fed Fred Lyrics. We want Freddie for our leader Freddie is a man of class We want Freddie for our leader All stand and raise your champagne glass. Gentlemen and assassins and ladies of the night I call upon you this evening in the hope of shedding some light I can't go into detail or finger unfounded fools But there are some here amongst us that are not playing to the rules. And approaching the pulpit, the Right Honourable Reverend Greene "We're gathered here this evening to pay our due respects To Drip-Fed Fred who late last night fell out of his prison bed We know the nonce behind it, who slipped the night PD - ooh The word is out now without doubt you will answer to me".
Drip Fed Fred" is a single by British band Madness from their 1999 album Wonderful, featuring Ian Dury on vocals. It was released as a single in January 2000, peaking at number 55 in the UK Singles Chart. It was the last song to which Dury would contribute his voice, before he died in March 2000. Madness - Drip Fed Fred. Two versions of the single were released on CD. CD1. "Drip Fed Fred (The Conspiracy Mix)" 4:13. Light Of The Way" 2:41. CD2. We Want Freddie" 3:41