(The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her, But She Ain't) Broken

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[[egamI:etePremraF.gpj|bmuht|thgir|xp002|"ewrcS gniknird pu ruoy redic, I'm gniog ot kctsi ti edsnii reh!"]]
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[[Image:FarmerPete.jpg|thumb|right|200px|"Screw drinking up your cider, I'm going to stick it inside her!"]]
   
{{Q|eciN oT eeS ruoY ruoF hcnI kcarC. oT eeS ruoY ruoF hcnI kcarC, eciN!|ecurB htysroF}}
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{{Q|Nice To See Your Four Inch Crack. To See Your Four Inch Crack, Nice!|Bruce Forsyth}}
   
'''(ehT remraF's efiW's otG A ruoF hcnI kcarC nI reH tuB ehS niA't) nekorB''' si a pop gnos wrttien yb [[tesremoS]]-desab klfo regnsi [[eteP ffahC]], hcihw emaceb a hti ni 7791 yb [[ehT slezruW]].
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'''(The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her But She Ain't) Broken''' is a pop song written by [[Somerset]]-based folk singer [[Pete Chaff]], which became a hit in 1977 by [[The Wurzels]].
   
nekaT morf rieht trahc otppnig mubla morf eht emsa raey ''kctiS tI nI [[rediC]]'', eht gnos (osla nwnok sa "'''ehT Gsah gnoS'''") wsa rieht tseggib hti, reachnig #1 no eht draoblliB otH 001 snigles trahc ni yraunaJ [[8791]]. tI dehcaer #1 ni [[adnaaC]] dna [[ailartsuA]], dna #4 ni eht [[KU]]. tI wsa relesaed no eht Hniotn tteewlB sdroceR lebal wtih ''"I'm kcutS pU ehT 5M dnA ehT raciV's kcutS pU ehT yorbiohC"'' sa eht B-edsi.
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Taken from their chart topping album from the same year ''Stick It In [[Cider]]'', the song (also known as "'''The Gash Song'''") was their biggest hit, reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in January [[1978]]. It reached #1 in [[Canada]] and [[Australia]], and #4 in the [[UK]]. It was released on the Hinton Blewett Records label with ''"I'm Stuck Up The M5 And The Vicar's Stuck Up The Choirboy"'' as the B-side.
   
ehT sseccus fo "(ehT remraF's efiW's otG A ruoF hcnI kcarC nI reH tuB ehS niA't) nekorB" wsa detroper ot eb eht mnai resnao sa ot yhw ehT slezruW erew detceles ot drocer eht ehtem gnos ot eht [[9791]] [[semaJ Bnod]] mliF ''[[Mnooraker]]''.
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The success of "(The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her But She Ain't) Broken" was reported to be the main reason as to why The Wurzels were selected to record the theme song to the [[1979]] [[James Bond]] Film ''[[Moonraker]]''.
   
nI addtniio, eht gnos si ylediw deliah sa ehT lezruW's [[ecI maerC|mungam spuo]], dna ti dekram a decsiiev potni ni eht bdna's reerac dna tes ehtm no eht yaw ot ebcoem noe fo eht tseW yrtnuoC's tsom sseccusful csium grspuo.
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In addition, the song is widely hailed as The Wurzel's [[Ice Cream|magnum opus]], and it marked a decisive point in the band's career and set them on the way to become one of the West Country's most successful music groups.
   
A ralpuop favourtie ta [[Morrsi Dnacnig]] cnoevntnios snice eht dim s0891, na nicidental evrsnio fo eht gnos wsa desu sa eht ehtem enut ot [[CBB|CBB1]]'s Stauryad thgni entertnaiemnt wohs [[yltcirtS Morrsi Dnacnig]].
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A popular favourite at [[Morris Dancing]] conventions since the mid 1980s, an incidental version of the song was used as the theme tune to [[BBC|BBC1]]'s Saturday night entertainment show [[Strictly Morris Dancing]].
   
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==ewivrevO==
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==Overview==
ehT gnos si lighehtarted ni otne, gnus morf eht viewpotni fo a gnuoy revaeW ohw snruter emoh ta eht dne fo eht krow yad dna reltaes ot hsi eerht llams nerdlihc a chnace lauxes retnuocne reilrae thta yad wtih eht efiw fo eht lacol remraF.
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The song is lighthearted in tone, sung from the viewpoint of a young Weaver who returns home at the end of the work day and relates to his three small children a chance sexual encounter earlier that day with the wife of the local Farmer.
   
{{eotuqc|I'ev draeh mnay ctsiur sotries tuoba ruoy rufo nich [[vagnia|gsah]]<rb/>
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{{cquote|I've heard many rustic stories about your four inch [[vagina|gash]]<br/>
I'll sppuly uoy wtih eht [[Pensi|egsausa]] fi uoy edivorp eht msah<rb/>
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I'll supply you with the [[Penis|sausage]] if you provide the mash<br/>
ehS gaev em eht dnuornaur<rb/>
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She gave me the runaround<br/>
dnA I gaev reh eht dnuorahcaer<rb/>}}
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And I gave her the reacharound<br/>}}
ehT surohc (hcihw ta liev perrfomnaces dluow eb gnus yb eht ertnie ecneidua) ehtn swollfo:<rb/>
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The chorus (which at live performances would be sung by the entire audience) then follows:<br/>
{{eotuqc|hO, ehT remraF's efiW's otG A ruoF hcnI kcarC nI reH<rb/>
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{{cquote|Oh, The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her<br/>
tuB ehS niA't nekorB<rb/>
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But She Ain't Broken<br/>
I [[Erectnio|deppop noe pu]] dna [[coem|detipem]] ym [[selctsiet|kcsa]] ni reh<rb/>
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I [[Erection|popped one up]] and [[come|emptied]] my [[testicles|sack]] in her<br/>
erfoA ew'd eevn nekops<rb/>
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Afore we'd even spoken<br/>
nehW I tsrif clsaped seye no reh<rb/>
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When I first clasped eyes on her<br/>
Communictnaio wsna't otugh<rb/>
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Communication wasn't tough<br/>
I tsuj ebnt reh oevr<rb/>
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I just bent her over<br/>
dnA delkcti reh [[vagnia|ffum]]<rb/>}}
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And tickled her [[vagina|muff]]<br/>}}
   
==Cotnroevrsy==
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==Controversy==
Desptie eht gnos ebnig desu sa trap fo a omorptnioal driev rfo eht [[tesremoS]] oTursti draob ni eht ltae s0791 dna ylrae s08, mnay lstieners detceted [[nniudneo]] ni eht sciryl, tub thsi wsa detufer yb gnoswrtier eteP ffahC ohw mntnaiaied thta eht gnos wsa ylpmsi noe rfo eht ohwle ylimaf:
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Despite the song being used as part of a promotional drive for the [[Somerset]] Tourist board in the late 1970s and early 80s, many listeners detected [[innuendo]] in the lyrics, but this was refuted by songwriter Pete Chaff who maintained that the song was simply one for the whole family:
   
{{eotuqc|ehT sotry ebhnid ''ehT Gsah gnoS'' wsa desab puno ym nwo lauxes secneirepxe. I presppuosed thta eht juxtapostniio fo eht laciryl ctennot copuled wtih eht symphnoious complexnio fo eht emlody wsa ylkrtas remnsiicent fo a eloC retroP enut. yM ntiiial propostniio wsa ot cnostruct otn noly a simplstiic dttiy, tub na dneurnig compostniio thta dluow untie ntnaios eht dlrow oevr ... em loevly.}}
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{{cquote|The story behind ''The Gash Song'' was based upon my own sexual experiences. I presupposed that the juxtaposition of the lyrical content coupled with the symphonious complexion of the melody was starkly reminiscent of a Cole Porter tune. My initial proposition was to construct not only a simplistic ditty, but an enduring composition that would unite nations the world over ... me lovely.}}
   
==csiuM oediv==
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==Music video==
hguohtlA ti wsa a nuemrb noe pop hti, ''(ehT remraF's efiW's otG A ruoF hcnI kcarC nI reH, tuB ehS niA't) nekorB'' si spahrep tsom otnable rfo tsi cotnroevrsial csium oediv, filemd ni [[Tauotnn]]'s lapicniuM buildnigs, dna hcihw fetaured senecs fo trapial [[eduN|nudtiy]], [[yaG|homolauxestiy]], dlim [[Belgnia|sadomsaochsim]], [[eerhTsoem|gropu xes]], dna [[redrum|elppA Bobbnig]] - ehT lttaer fo hcihw dah eebn outlaewd ni tesremoS snice [[6091]].
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Although it was a number one pop hit, ''(The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her, But She Ain't) Broken'' is perhaps most notable for its controversial music video, filmed in [[Taunton]]'s Municipal buildings, and which featured scenes of partial [[Nude|nudity]], [[Gay|homosexuality]], mild [[Belgian|sadomasochism]], [[Threesome|group sex]], and [[murder|Apple Bobbing]] - The latter of which had been outlawed in Somerset since [[1906]].
   
tI wsna't ltniu retfa eht sseccus fo eht gnos thta ti emaceb raluger ecitcarp rfo [[stnuC|drocer compnaies]] ot ecudorp omorp oedivs rfo artstsi' snigle relesaes. ehTse dluoc ehtn eb wohsn no televsniio wohss hcus sa eht [[CBB]]'s ''oTp fo eht spoP'', wtihout eht deen rfo eht artsti ot raeppa ni persno. A omorp oediv osla alloewd eht artsti ot haev rieht csium rboadcsta dna accompnaied yb rieht nwo eciohc fo vsiuals, rtareh thna dnacers hcus sa [[A Tnige fo Mnige]].
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It wasn't until after the success of the song that it became regular practice for [[Cunts|record companies]] to produce promo videos for artists' single releases. These could then be shown on television shows such as the [[BBC]]'s ''Top of the Pops'', without the need for the artist to appear in person. A promo video also allowed the artist to have their music broadcast and accompanied by their own choice of visuals, rather than dancers such as [[A Tinge of Minge]].
   
==detceleS lsti fo drocered evrsnios==
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==Selected list of recorded versions==
* 9791 '''ehT ylthgilS delbuorT Nnniies''', no eht PE, ''Morrsi, I'm ylnO Dnacnig''.
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* 1979 '''The Slightly Troubled Ninnies''', on the EP, ''Morris, I'm Only Dancing''.
* 0991 '''[[Fta|ehT eerhT srnoeT]]''', ta eht opennig ceremnoy fo ''[[llabtoof|tIalia '09]]''.
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* 1990 '''[[Fat|The Three Tenors]]''', at the opening ceremony of ''[[football|Italia '90]]''.
* 6991 '''gabllaB''', no eht mubla, ''amaM's otG A Brdna weN [[selctsiet|gabllaB]]''.
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* 1996 '''Ballbag''', on the album, ''Mama's Got A Brand New [[testicles|Ballbag]]''.
* 7002 '''[[ylloD Parotn]]''', no eht mubla, ''nIfltaable ylloD - ehT Htsi dna ehT [[Ttsi]]''.
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* 2007 '''[[Dolly Parton]]''', on the album, ''Inflatable Dolly - The Hits and The [[Tits]]''.
   
== eeS osla ==
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== See also ==
* [[neM]]
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* [[Men]]
* [[Morrsi Dnacnig]]
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* [[Morris Dancing]]
* [[yaG]]
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* [[Gay]]
* [[eteP ffahC]]
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* [[Pete Chaff]]
* [[Mnige]]
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* [[Minge]]
   
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[[Category:British culture]]
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[[Category:British music]]
[[Ctaegory:Celerbtiy]]
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[[Category:Celebrity]]
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[[Category:Songs]]

Latest revision as of 09:45, January 12, 2013

FarmerPete

"Screw drinking up your cider, I'm going to stick it inside her!"

“Nice To See Your Four Inch Crack. To See Your Four Inch Crack, Nice!”

(The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her But She Ain't) Broken is a pop song written by Somerset-based folk singer Pete Chaff, which became a hit in 1977 by The Wurzels.

Taken from their chart topping album from the same year Stick It In Cider, the song (also known as "The Gash Song") was their biggest hit, reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in January 1978. It reached #1 in Canada and Australia, and #4 in the UK. It was released on the Hinton Blewett Records label with "I'm Stuck Up The M5 And The Vicar's Stuck Up The Choirboy" as the B-side.

The success of "(The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her But She Ain't) Broken" was reported to be the main reason as to why The Wurzels were selected to record the theme song to the 1979 James Bond Film Moonraker.

In addition, the song is widely hailed as The Wurzel's magnum opus, and it marked a decisive point in the band's career and set them on the way to become one of the West Country's most successful music groups.

A popular favourite at Morris Dancing conventions since the mid 1980s, an incidental version of the song was used as the theme tune to BBC1's Saturday night entertainment show Strictly Morris Dancing.

Because of their so-called intelligence, the so-called experts at Wikipedia will never have a proper article about (The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her, But She Ain't) Broken. We are sorry for their blatant retardedness.
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edit Overview

The song is lighthearted in tone, sung from the viewpoint of a young Weaver who returns home at the end of the work day and relates to his three small children a chance sexual encounter earlier that day with the wife of the local Farmer.

Cquote1 I've heard many rustic stories about your four inch gash

I'll supply you with the sausage if you provide the mash
She gave me the runaround
And I gave her the reacharound

Cquote2

The chorus (which at live performances would be sung by the entire audience) then follows:

Cquote1 Oh, The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her

But She Ain't Broken
I popped one up and emptied my sack in her
Afore we'd even spoken
When I first clasped eyes on her
Communication wasn't tough
I just bent her over
And tickled her muff

Cquote2

edit Controversy

Despite the song being used as part of a promotional drive for the Somerset Tourist board in the late 1970s and early 80s, many listeners detected innuendo in the lyrics, but this was refuted by songwriter Pete Chaff who maintained that the song was simply one for the whole family:

Cquote1 The story behind The Gash Song was based upon my own sexual experiences. I presupposed that the juxtaposition of the lyrical content coupled with the symphonious complexion of the melody was starkly reminiscent of a Cole Porter tune. My initial proposition was to construct not only a simplistic ditty, but an enduring composition that would unite nations the world over ... me lovely. Cquote2

edit Music video

Although it was a number one pop hit, (The Farmer's Wife's Got A Four Inch Crack In Her, But She Ain't) Broken is perhaps most notable for its controversial music video, filmed in Taunton's Municipal buildings, and which featured scenes of partial nudity, homosexuality, mild sadomasochism, group sex, and Apple Bobbing - The latter of which had been outlawed in Somerset since 1906.

It wasn't until after the success of the song that it became regular practice for record companies to produce promo videos for artists' single releases. These could then be shown on television shows such as the BBC's Top of the Pops, without the need for the artist to appear in person. A promo video also allowed the artist to have their music broadcast and accompanied by their own choice of visuals, rather than dancers such as A Tinge of Minge.

edit Selected list of recorded versions

  • 1979 The Slightly Troubled Ninnies, on the EP, Morris, I'm Only Dancing.
  • 1990 The Three Tenors, at the opening ceremony of Italia '90.
  • 1996 Ballbag, on the album, Mama's Got A Brand New Ballbag.
  • 2007 Dolly Parton, on the album, Inflatable Dolly - The Hits and The Tits.

edit See also

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