Some song lyrics misheard over the cafe hubbub…

But first…
Dulltown, UK: Today’s unusual pencil sharpener is the one shaped like the sound of a large brass key falling onto wet stone slabs in a dank underground chamber.
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‘Every day there is toast for you-oo.’
‘Your memory frays my soul, yeah…’
‘I’m in your mess, you just like me-ee-ee.’
‘Oh, oh, easy-baby-part exactly the same.’
‘Munch at me like a doody-darty girl!’
‘And the purple weeky-do, but simply…’
‘Who-oh, who-oh, who-oh – you you you!’
‘Thrill me, no, thrill me!’
‘When I go crawl the wall, I know it’s mine.’
‘Wait around, touch the bee tongue wrong girl.’
‘Don’t let them take your old steps.’
‘I took my mandarin firmly, don’t you know?’
‘Darling fake my hand-head now.’
‘You soft, my king-pin, you dozy yawner!’
‘Ah ah ah, the June of Patrick’s smile, Terry dust now.’
‘Let your daddy come nosey.’
‘A docky-no-dep-pokey girl toffee.’
‘I could smell some kind of mop today.’
‘Doop doop doop, I raisin you, raisin you…’
‘Satchel shoe-pain all night long…’
‘Blue-eyed yeah, take me to glove-wear!’
‘A tractor, a tractor, I have to know!’
‘Catch a night, moustaches are small small…’

Try putting these words to the tune of your country’s national anthem.

About Dave Whatt

Grumpy old surrealist artist, musician, postcard maker, bluesman, theatre set designer, and debonair man-about-town. My favourite tools are the plectrum and the pencil...
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10 Responses to Some song lyrics misheard over the cafe hubbub…

  1. ktz2 says:

    What is there to say but hahahahaha

  2. twallisstone says:

    Happy Friday to you!
    cheers!

  3. Shammy says:

    Canadians say Boo-ees too. Until I tell them how to say it proper like what I does

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