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  1. a 1975 UK number-one single by Scottish folk singer-come-comedian Billy Connolly

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  2. A comedy song, it reached #1 for one week in November 1975 and was one of the few songs of its genre to reach this milestone

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  3. The song is a parody of the Tammy Wynette song "D-I-V-O-R-C-E", and Connolly's version to date has been his only #1 UK single, though in the late 1970s he had a further two UK hits which parodied contemporary songs

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  4. later dropped musical performances from his act

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  5. ." has a similar theme to Wynette's original in that the events in the song lead to a couple divorcing, however in Connolly's song the words are spelled out for the benefit of a dog rather than for a child as in Wynette's version, and the divorce is

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