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The Doctor Songs to the John Brown/Battle Hymn tune (71* d) RE: Songs to the John·Brown/Battle·Hymn tune 19 Oct 09


The full set then:

                  First Aids

Always wear a condom if you want to save your life,
For that naughty Ignorance virus is becoming rather rife.
You can catch it from your partner and then give it to your wife
If you haven't got a condom on.

Ch: Always do it in a condom                              x3
       Is the government advice.

Always wear a condom if you want to dip your wick,
For that naughty Ignorance virus, it will make you very sick,
And there's no one who can aid you, it's a thing you cannot lick,
If you haven't got a condom on.

Always wear a condom, for it's surely here to stay,
And that naughty Ignorance virus, it could get you any day.
So don't be feeling casual, and don't be feeling gay
If you haven't got a condom on.

They have got it in America, and now it's over here,
That naughty Ignorance virus, it could make you very queer,
And though you keep a look-out, it could get you in the rear
If you haven't got a condom on.

It came marching out of Africa, and now it's everywhere,
That naughty Ignorance virus that has started such a scare,
And if you're careless with your naughty bits we'll soon be rather rare,
So always have a condom on.

                                     (Tune: John Brown's Body)

It was written to instruct and amuse, not to offend.


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