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Scotlands Depraved
« on: January 29, 2007, 05:54:35 AM »
Sing to the toon (sic) of Scotland the Brave.


Scotland's Depraved

Bring out the Whiskey, Mother,
I'm feeling frisky, Mother,
(chorus 1) Bring out the sheep for I'm so lonely tonight;
(alternatively: Bring me a sheep to keep me warm through the night)
Bring out the sheets of rubber,
Bring out the peanut butter,
(chorus 2) England's a beggar, but Scotland's depraved.

Bring out my favourite fellow,
Bring out the cherry jello
(chorus 1)
God knows I really wanna,
Bring out the greased Iguana
(chorus 2)

Bring out my little poochie,
We'll do the hootchie-cootchie
(chorus 1)
God knows I wanna disco,
Bring out the butter Crisco
(chorus 2)

Bring out the chimpanzees-es,
We'll give them our diseases
(chorus 1)
Bring out the platypuses,
They've got a thousand uses
(chorus 2)

Call out the Glasgow bobbies,
We'll teach them brand new hobbies
(chorus 1)
Dollies inflatable,
With morals debatable
(chorus 2)

Bring out a Bengal Lancer,
Dressed like a belly dancer
(chorus 1)
God knows I'm really randy,
Good thing I'm really handy
(chorus 2)

Bring out the chains and leather,
Bring out the ostrich feather,
(chorus 1)
Bring out my Uncle Neddie,
Clad in a tartan teddie
(chorus 2)

Swine, donkeys, sheep and cattle,
I'll make their jawbones rattle
(chorus 1)
I'm as horny as a klaxon,
I'll even take a Saxon
(chorus 2)