Ketchup Song (Stompin' Tom Connors song)
|Single by Stompin' Tom Connors|
|from the album Bud the Spud and Other Favourites|
|Songwriter(s)||Stompin' Tom Connors|
|Stompin' Tom Connors singles chronology|
"Ketchup Song" is a song written and recorded by Canadian country music artist Stompin' Tom Connors.
Background and writing
According to Tom the song was written after he was approached by a policeman when he was hitchhiking through Leamington, Ontario, and was told to write "a nice loveable song about our nice loveable town of Leamington". Tom said the policeman had two belts on, one around his waist and one going from his waist to the shoulder.
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