Goody Two Shoes


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Goody Two Shoes

mawkish girl, overpleased to have two shoes, exclaims her fortune to all. [Nurs. Rhyme: “Little Goody Two Shoes” in Barnhart, 502]
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His debut as a solo artist, Goody Two Shoes was written by Adam Ant and Marco Pirroni and produced by Ant, Pirroni and Chris Hughes.
Puffing on a cigarette, Adam Ant performed an impromptu version of his hit Goody Two Shoes, singing: 'I do smoke, I do drink, what don't I do?
Actress Una Stubbs, who starred with Cliff in the 1960 movie Summer Holiday, said: "He's not a goody two shoes, but he is a good man.
Meanwhile, bad news for financier Tom when prim teen Emily announced: "I'm quite a goody two shoes.
ADAM sang about goody two shoes back in 1982, just after he'd parted company with the rest of the Ants.
After being slagged by Piers Morgan as a goody two shoes who never got booked throughout his playing career, Lineker responded by saying: "Yeah, unlike you I was never into hacking.
Off the pitch he was not the Goody Two Shoes he was portrayed, but players were read about on sports pages and his private life stayed that way.
Goody Two Shoes is on display at Walsall Museum until February 28.
The former Miss World has certainly stepped out from her goody two shoes image in the past few months.
The inanely pop silliness of Goody Two Shoes failed to stand the test of time, but Kings Of The Wild Frontier and a rockier version of Stand And Deliver still had that magical flair.