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delphinium Project and Lyr Req: The Kipper Family (74* d) Lyr Add: WE DID IT SIDEWAYS (The Kipper Family) 24 Nov 02


WE DID IT SIDEWAYS - The Kipper Family

And now the end is nigh,
Our business soon will be completed,
But e'er we say good-bye,
We've this to add so please stay seated.
Now we have hunted crabs,
Both from the shore and in the tide ways,
But more, much more than that,
We did it side-ways.

What is a crab what have it got,
If not eight legs then it is not.
What e'er its part in the creation,
Still that is not a true crustation.
The way to tell is like ourselves,
They do it side-ways.

Cuz yes I've had a few,
But then again too few to mention,
They taste of nought at all,
And always give us indigestion.
So when we near King's Lynn,
Where they are served in funny fried ways,
We snort please pass the port,
And do it side-ways.

Once et a meal they give us trout,
We ate it up and spat it out,
And though they stayed and called us selfish,
We would not eat what is not shellfish,
We couldn't stop we had to hop,
But did it side-ways.

They say a man must do,
What he must do that's why we did it.
We always caught the crabs,
We're proud to say we never hid it.
We meet young ladies sweet,
Who try to tempt us in untried ways,
But always love our wives,
And do it side-ways.

And now the end have come.
spoken: And none too soon in my humble opinion.


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