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Lyr Add: Brexit Bill

17 Jul 17 - 09:58 AM (#3866587)
Subject: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: Roger the Skiffler

BREXIT BILL
(Tune Railroad Bill)

CHORUS: Brexit Bill, Brexit Bill,
it don't work and it never will
Poor Brexit Bill
Poor Brexit Bill.

With Boris in charge it'll be a farce
The posh blonde prat's talking outta his arse
Brexit Brexit gloats Farage
You wouldn't trust him to sweep your garage
Poor Brexit Bill

Chorus

David Davis plays tough guy
He knows he can't swing it how hard he try
Mrs May boasts but she never will
Far too weak and far too shrill
Poor Brexit Bill

Chorus

....


(and over to the rest of you...)



RtS


18 Jul 17 - 01:58 AM (#3866732)
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: Bugsy

Well Done, that man!


18 Jul 17 - 07:06 AM (#3866781)
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: Nigel Parsons

They try to tell us we didn't know what we were voting for.
I knew exactly:


Referendum Song
ttto: I don't want to join the army.

I don't want to live in Europe.
(But) I don't want to go to war.
I think it's a disgrace, that that's the choice we face,
According to 'Dave' Cameron (or "Lord Haw Haw")
I don't want the UK run by Germans.
I just want our country to be free.
It's all just propaganda, Great Britain could be grander
If we were all outside the E.E.C.

I don't want to spend the Euro
If I'm not on holiday
I'd like to think the pound will always be around (Ok. Dodecagonal from 2017)
Pounds & pence will always be the way to pay.
I don't want 'continental breakfast' sauerkraut, moules or frogs legs
I'd rather have a platter of chips & fish in batter
A pint of bitter and some pickled eggs.

I didn't vote for open borders,
A Common Market's what they said.
They didn't men-ti-on further inter-gra-ti-on.
That's where the disingenuousness has led.
I'm sure I didn't vote for metrication, or gassy beer that makes me belch.
The rod, pole, perch and yard
Were really not that hard.
I'm not a "little Englander". I'm Welsh

I don't want our country run by Europe.
Parliament should not give up that power.
If David must campaign, that Britain should remain
The Queen herself should send him to The Tower.
Let's not bend the knee to Brussels, or give Strasbourg the power it craves.
Give Cameron the bird
On June the 23rd.
Let still Britannia rule the waves.


(Written 18 may 2016)


18 Jul 17 - 07:41 AM (#3866790)
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: GUEST

Yawn, Nigel.

You posted your crap over a year ago and was told then how idiotic it was. That's even more self evident now.

None so blind as will not see...


18 Jul 17 - 08:44 AM (#3866806)
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: Nigel Parsons

Thank you 'Guest' for the link. I couldn't find it earlier.

Feel free to continue your critique from your position of anonymity.
Of course, it may just be that you are a total non-entity!


18 Jul 17 - 09:04 AM (#3866813)
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: Mr Red

Michael Gove. Er, meant to say:
"That 350 million we won't pay
Can go to nurses from abroad
With a Rights to Work Accord
Poor Brexit Bill

All change cost "Don't ya know"
Pay-back time 10 years or so
By which time the goalposts move
Deniers, liars, cannot prove
Poor Brexit Bill

This song will grow and linger long
The trolls are ever crying "wrong"
Let them show their faeced-faces
Guest has guessed, for his basis
Poor Brexit Bill


18 Jul 17 - 10:01 AM (#3866833)
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: GUEST,Ed

Of course, it may just be that you are a total non-entity!

"When you have told me what you mean by 'entity', we will resume the argument."

Bertrand Russell

Does the fact that I've remembered to use my name lend my comment greater validity?


18 Jul 17 - 08:02 PM (#3866998)
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: Nigel Parsons

Does the fact that I've remembered to use my name lend my comment greater validity?
No


19 Jul 17 - 05:04 AM (#3867054)
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: Big Al Whittle

well i thought it was very amusing Nigel. people who just slag off some folk effort and run off anonymously should have their comments disallowed.

its cowardly and negative and we can do without that sort of thing.

Railroad Bill/Brexit Bill was a clever idea as well.

i like the idea of people writing songs like that. well to be honest - i like the idea of people writing songs and trying to be creative. i get fed up with people who couldn't amuse or entertain as long as they'd got a hole in their arse making snidey anonymous comments.


19 Jul 17 - 05:39 AM (#3867062)
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Brexit Bill
From: Mr Red

opinions are like arseholes. Everyone's got one.

I vote creativity.