A song by Frank Wignall about what he would do if he had his way - a countryside tramp character.
Full title reads: "Now for Frank Wignall the well-known Baritone, in a Character Song - "Stonecracker John"
M/S of Frank Wignall dressed as a countryside tramp. He wears a smock and a battered hat. He holds a pipe but doesn't smoke it. Backdrop and set represent a countryside scene.
The song seems to be about what John would do if he had his way - including telling the young men how to treat a lady. (It is rather difficult to make out the words on this particular Steenbeck.)
He has a very deep voice.
At the end of the song he takes his hat off and wipes his sweaty head with a handkerchief.