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[Note 279.1] : "Does your mother know you're out?" (Roud V8718) was a popular song written in 1837 by W.H.C. West The first verse runs

I am the laughing stock of all,
No rest, no peace have I,
The young, the old, the great and small
All at me have a shy.
I think its very, very hard,
And so would you no doubt
If they cried whene'er you walk'd abroad.
Does your mother know you're out?

 

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