|1||Enda - The Elephant Who Wanted A Good Name|
|2||Enda - The Elephant Who Wanted A Good Name|
|DFEM 8555||Annette Ogden|| Enda The Elephant Who Wanted A Good Name (7", EP, Mono)||Decca||DFEM 8555||New Zealand||Unknown|
- Music By, Arranged By – Eldon Hawkes
- Written-By – Annette Ogden
- Matrix / Runout (A): 7TCEA.167
- Matrix / Runout (B): 7TCEA.168
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- Pressed By – Columbia Graphophone Company Ltd.
- Manufactured By – E.M.I. (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd.
- Printed By – Printcraft
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