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The Black Country Alphabet Song
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Watch and sing-a-long to The Black Country Alphabet Song

A group of lads from Cradley Heath have produced a music video based on the famed Black Country dialect.

The catchy tune is a variation of the traditional alphabet song, used to help teach children the A - Z.

Warren Smith, Stephen Pitts and Mikey Beasley star in the video. They run through the alphabet giving an example of what each letter stands for.

Only as it's the Black Country alphabet A is for opple, B is for nana and c is for council pop.

For more information, visit The Black Country Alphabet Song website .




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