1947 style rock....
from "why can't the English"we actually call the hood the bonnet, and the trunk the boot.
Small lession in Australian - we actually call the hood the bonnet, and the trunk the boot.
The Highland Scots gave me no trouble once I learned a few expressions used by them. Lowland Scots are another matter and some Irish are totally incomprehensible to me.The Scots and the Irish leave you close to tears.
Have a listen to the Yardbirds (including Beck), from way back when...
And this is! Well the weekend is nearly upon us, so I am looking forward to popping down the frog, to the rub, for a few sow's . decoding... frog =Frog and toad- the road], Rub = rub-a-dub-dub - Pub [public house or bar], Sow's = sows ears - beerso listen to one Irishman I met in Hertfordshire long ago, an inexperienced American (as I ws at the time) would think, "that can't be English!"
The Yardbirds were a seminal band for guitarists of note, also featuring at various times