Shouldn't that be, "Gombl mbl-mbl bl-" ?
Thanks, ladies! I have been looking for a while and haven't found one, so I have written the following which I intend to do Saturday night.
TUNE: LOCH LOMOND
By yon bonnie banks and by yon bonnie braes,
Lives a lass that ma hert holds sae fond, sir.
I glimpse her but rarely, throo a foggy Scottish haze,
She's ma legendary Hieland Loch Ness Monster.
Oh, ye'll tak the rowboat and I'll tak the raft,
And I'll find a monster before ye,
I'll sairch for ma Nessie tho' ye a' may ca' me daft,
So I'll sing a tune and simply ignore ye.
TUNE: THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING
-or- BONNIE DUNDEE
Wi' mickle a daddle her groon is braw,
Wi' muckle a wattle aboot the twa,
Noo canna yer weevis frae neevis and a'
Tae kaidle Auld Nessie wi' currocks o' graw.
(Sorry, that last part was in Scottish.
I have no IDEA what it means.)
TUNE: COMIN' THRU THE RYE
Gin a laddie sails a boat-o, wi' Nessie in the lochs,
Gin a laddie snaps her photo, he'll make a million boch's.
TUNE: ANNIE LAURIE
Loch Ness is lang and narrow, and cauld its waters be,
And deep beneath the billows, wee Nessie waits for me.
Her tooth 'tis lak a sabre, and scaly is her hide,
Her neck 'tis lak a caber, -- she'd mak a bonnie bride.
Her mooth is hot as fire, her e'e are black as pitch,
And if I ever spy 'er, I'll be forever -- rich!
== Johnny in Oklahoma City
note to Scots people: the Campbells Are Coming part employs my famous Pseudo-Scottish nonsense, and is intended to be funny, not insulting.