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Let's hear it for the boys!

 
 
dadpad
 
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Reply Wed 14 Jan, 2009 04:31 am
I love to have a beer with Duncan
I love to have a beer with Dunc.
We drink in moderation
And we never ever ever get rollin' drunk
We drink at the Town and Country
Where the atmosphere is great
I love to have a beer with Duncan
'Cause Duncan's me mate, yeah

I love to have a beer with Colin
I love to have a beer with Col.
We drink in moderation
And it doesn't really matter if he brings his doll
We drink at the Town and Country
Where the atmosphere is great
I love to have a beer with Colin
'Cause Colin's me mate, mm-mm-mm

I love to have a beer with Kevin
Oh I love to have a beer with Kev.
We drink in moderation
And he drives me home in his big old Chev.
We drink at the Town and Country
Where the atmosphere is great
I love to have a beer with Kevin
'Cause Kevin's me mate

I love to have a beer with Patrick
I love to have a beer with Pat
We drink in moderation
And it wouldn't really matter if the beer was flat
We drink at the Town and Country
Where the atmosphere is great
I love to have a beer with Patrick
'Cause Patrick's me mate - Change key

I love to have a beer with Robert
I love to have a beer with Bob
We drink in moderation
Just one more and back on the job
We drink at the Town and Country
Where the atmosphere is great
I love to have a beer with Robert
'Cause Robert's me mate

Duncan - Slim Dusty
http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=bWsG4grjU8Q
eoe
 
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Reply Wed 14 Jan, 2009 09:39 am
Hey Jimmy, Jimmy
Oh Jimmy Mack, when are you coming back!
Martha Reeves & the Vandellas
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Mr Stillwater
 
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Reply Tue 20 Jan, 2009 12:49 am
Quote:
John the foreman prayed at work
That neither hands nor limbs would burst
It's hard enough to keep formation
Mid this fall out saturation
Cursing at the Astronette
Who stands in steel by his cabinet
He's crashing out with Sylvian
The Bureau Supply for ageing men
With snorting head he gazes to the shore
Which once had raised a sea that raged no more
Like the video films we saw


Bowie Drive-In Saturday
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hingehead
 
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Reply Tue 20 Jan, 2009 11:42 pm
Lachlan - Your Wedding Night (pretty funny)


L A C H L A N
lachlan
L A C H L A N (x2)
hands off bitch
hes not your man

L A C H L A N
come on
L A C H L A N
thats right
L A C H L A N
me and lachlan in my panel van

my motives are shocking,
our lips will be locking
the time we're clocking
is ticking and tocking
so if its a rocking
then dont come a knocking
cause i will be *******
the hotness of lachlan

hi this is lachlan
(hi lachlan)
i'm in room 409
(xxx)
i was just wondering
are there any messages for me
(uh huh)

there sure were lachlan
and this what,
this is what she
this is what she, she said

my name is wanita
was so good to meet ya
you gave me your number
now i'm slipping under your spell

hi this is tracey
i'm dressed up all lacy
i hate to be blatent
but i want to be your undercovers agent

L A C H L A N (x3)
he's slamming about the kinda woman i am

hey jen, you know that boy lachlan right
well ive heard you talk about him kelly
and i know hes sposed to be hot hot hot
but i dont think ive met him
who is lachlan

you havent noticed him jesus
you better believe us
that boy he can please us
like four kinds of cheeses

oh so if its a rocking
then dont come a knocking
cause we will be fuckin
the hotness of lachlan
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hingehead
 
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Reply Tue 20 Jan, 2009 11:52 pm
Free Nelson Mandela - The Special A.K.A.

Rosie - don't you do that to the boys - Joan Armatrading

Rudy thought, that all good things come to those who wait - Supertramp

A message to you Rudy - The Specials

Are you ready Teddy? - Emerson Lake and Palmer (Buddy Holly Cover?)

Wish I could be like David White - The Jam

I want to be like Billy Baxter - Paul Kelly

John, I'm only dancing - Bowie (I think Stilly missed that one)

Jo Jo - Boz Scaggs

Jo Jo was a man who thought he was a loner - Beatles

The Killing Of Georgie - Rod the mod.

Franks wild years - Tom Waits


The absolute millions of songs that mention 'Jesus'

hingehead
 
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Reply Tue 20 Jan, 2009 11:54 pm
@dadpad,
Another Australian Boy fest:

Sydney, 1926, this is the story of a man
Just a kid in from the sticks, just a kid with a plan
St George took a gamble, played him in first grade
Pretty soon that young man showed them how to flash the blade
And at the age of nineteen he was playing for the State
From Adelaide to Brisbane the runs did not abate
He hit 'em hard, he hit 'em straight

He was more than just a batsman
He was something like a tide
He was more than just one man
He could take on any side
They always came for Bradman 'cause fortune used to hide in the palm of his hand

A team came out from England
Wally Hammond wore his felt hat like a chief
All through the summer of '28, '29 they gave the greencaps no relief
Some reputations came to grief
They say the darkest hour is right before the dawn
And in the hour of greatest slaughter the great avenger is being born
But who then could have seen the shape of things to come
In Bradman's first test he went for eighteen and for one
They dropped him like a gun
Now big Maurice Tate was the trickiest of them all
And a man with a wisecracking habit
But there's one crack that won't stop ringing in his ears
"Hey Whitey, that's my rabbit"
Bradman never forgot it

He was more than just a batsman
He was something like a tide
He was more than just one man
He could take on any side
They always came for Bradman 'cause fortune used to hide in the palm of his hand

England 1930 and the seed burst into flower
All of Jackson's grace failed him, it was Bradman was the power
He murdered them in Yorkshire,he danced for them in Kent
He laughed at them in Leicestershire, Leeds was an event
Three hundred runs he took and rewrote all the books
That really knocked those gents
The critics could not comprehend hsi nonchalant phenomenon
"Why this man is a machine," they said. "Even his friends say he isn't human"
Even friends have to cut something

He was more than just a batsman
He was something like a tide
He was more than just one man
He could take on any side
They always came for Bradman 'cause fortune used to hide in the palm of his hand

Summer 1932 and Captain Douglas had a plan
When Larwood bowled to Bradman it was more than man to man
And staid Adelaide nearly boiled over as rage ruled over sense
When Oldfield hit the ground they nearly jumped the fence
Now Bill Woodill was as fine a man as ever went to wicket
And the bruises on his body that day showed that he could stick it
But to this day he's still quoted and only he could wear it
"There's two teams out there today and only one of them's playing cricket."

He was longer than a memory, bigger than a town
He feet they used to sparkle and he always kept them on the ground
Fathers took their sons who never lost the sound of the roar of the grandstand

Now shadows they grow longer and there's so mush more yet to be told
But we're not getting any younger, so let the part tell the whole
Now the players all wear colours, the circus is in town
I can no longer go down there, down to that sacred ground

He was more than just a batsman
He was something like a tide
He was more than just one man
He could take on any side
They always came for Bradman 'cause fortune used to hide in the palm of his hand
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Mr Stillwater
 
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Reply Wed 21 Jan, 2009 02:01 am
@hingehead,
Quote:
John, I'm only dancing - Bowie (I think Stilly missed that one)


Damnnit! I did! I suppose you know that I have to kill you now.
hingehead
 
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Reply Wed 21 Jan, 2009 04:39 am
@Mr Stillwater,
I'm ready to die.

Not now John - Pink Floyd

Errol - Australian Crawl

Billy the mountain - Frank Zappa

Cy Borg - Frank Zappa

Joe's Garage - Frank Zappa

Bobby Brown - Frank Zappa

George - Headless Chickens

Charlie Brown - The Coasters

Charlie No. 1, 2 and 3 - The Whitlams

Making plans for Nigel - XTC

The Gospel According to Tony Day - Bowie (ANOTHER ONE STILLY!)

Admiral Halsey/Uncle Albert - Wings

Denis - Blondie

Max don't have sex with your ex - I can't remember

Geno - Dexy's Midnight Runners

Ernie - Benny Hill

Oliver's Army - Elvis Costello

Reuben James - Kenny Rogers

Adam and Steve - Can't remember

Roland the headless Thompson gunner - Warren Zevon

Billy the kid - Billy Joel

The ballad of Danny Bailey - Elton John

Baba O'Reilly - Who


Feeling pretty proud of myself, all those from memory!
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Taylor1314
 
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Reply Tue 6 Sep, 2011 12:56 am
@boomerang,
"Don't call my name
Don't call my name
Alejandro
I'm not your babe
I'm not your babe
Fernando"

Alejandro - Lady Gaga
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chai2
 
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Reply Tue 6 Sep, 2011 08:05 am
The night was clear, and the moon was yellow
And the leaves came tumblin' down. . .

I was standin' on the corner
When I heard my bull dog bark.
He was barkin' at the two men
Who were gamblin' in the dark.

It was Stagger Lee and Billy,
Two men who gambled late.
Stagger lee threw a seven,
Billy swore that he threw eight.

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