Guitar - Dobba
Vocals - Norbert
One of the few Fingolstones that was not actually penned by the Fingolstones themselves. It was actually written by Dave Molyneux who was Norberts boss when he worked for the County Council.
Dave was himself a former musician and had played in a band in the seventies and early eighties. If Dave had been born 20 years later he to could have been a Fingolstone. With his notorious liking for young ladies he was almost a carbon copy of The Charmer.
The phrase "Yeah Well But" was a stock reply Norbert would give when asked why he hadn't done some work that he had been given, he had an excuse for everything. The rest of the song is a mish mash of themes all connected to Norbert. These include women in his life, Hilary, Tracey and Vicky. Donna Wibberley never was so god knows how she ended up in there, football and early brushes with the old Bill.
In 1988 Norbert was "done" for having bald tyres on his Vauxhall Shuvitt. This sent him into a rage against the Police State, ironic considering his later career choice. The 3 points on his licence and £120 fine (plus £20 fine for a broken number plate) being the biggest miscarriage of justice since the Guildford 4.
Dirty Tracey was a lass by the name of Tracey Gill who Norbert lusted after at the time. Despite managing to cop off with her at the Acker and a couple of low key dates it fizzled out. It was rekindled some years later when after a chance meeting at the Rouge she rang him and asked him out again. Unfortunately by this time she was already with someone else and he was quite a bit bigger than Norbert so after a few clandestine meetings it again came to nothing. Also regrettably despite the song she wasn't even the slightest bit dirty and never flashed her bits around.
Tricky Vicky (Sygrove) was another short term bird of Norberts, didn't last long as she was far to intelligent for him and she is now a Dr of Medicine.
Hilary Stone spent a very memorable (for Norbert at least) 2 hrs in the ladies toilet at the County Offices one Christmas. Alas she too had a boyfriend so that also came to nowt.
Finally, Bloody (Dave) Waller, legendary Chesterfield FC striker who never did go to Grimsby.
70's Rock Star and Fingolstones song writer Dave "The Rave" Molyneux, devours a plate of chips liberally coated with Cocaine and Jack Daniels. The true Rock 'N' Rollers Salt and Vinegar.