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Tom McB

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  1. Hmm 2. Dancing in the Moonlight- Thin Lizzie 5. Wishing well - Free Two great rockers
  2. Tom McB

    Top 5 Hymns

    Oh come all ye Faithful. Hmm- my **** upbringing means that I would much prefer Adeste Fidelis to the poorly translated English version.
  3. Tom McB

    Top 5 Hymns

    Old Catholic and Proddy hymns are the best. Can't be @rsed wie the modern touchy-feely happy-clappy stuff. Tom's awfy easily wound up wie a mention of God, churches etc
  4. Tom McB

    Top 5 Hymns

    Roy's a **** And a young one at that
  5. Still a useless [email protected] whose sad attempts at a witty comeback involve changing posts. Get a lfe
  6. The french Mistake Quality moment is the Erich Von Stroheim type producer with the megaphone shouting to the dancers "Now watch me faggots"
  7. Oh Migod- the story of bongo's sexual frustration continues- what next?
  8. Not my links bongo- surely that's the contents of your favourites
  9. Proof positive that sid writes for the Sunday Telegraph
  10. Germany was having trouble, what a sad, sad story Needed a new leader to restore its former glory Where oh where was he? Where could that man be? We looked around, and then we found, the man for you and me, And now it's ... Springtime for Hitler and Germany, Deutschland is happy and gay. We're marching to a faster pace, Look out, here comes the master race. Springtime for Hitler and Germany, Winter for Poland and France. Springtime for Hitler and Germany, Come on, Germans, go into your dance ... I was born in Dusseldorf, and that is why they call me Rolf. Don't be stupid, be a smarty, come and join the Nazi party. Springtime for Hitler and Germany Goose-step's the new step today Bombs falling from the skies again, Deutschland is on the rise again Springtime for Hitler and Germany U-boats are sailing once more Springtime for Hitler and Germany Means that soon we'll be going We've got to be going ... You know we'll be going to war. Apparently the musical of the producers is excellent- so says the sibling. Feckin' urbanites.
  11. I'm sure John was gutted that your desire went unfulfilled.
  12. Not a band but wtf, a wee gem brought to my attention by peel. Cutler's life in a scottish sitting room was a wee gem. That was on of the shows strong points, eccentric poets like Cutler mixed with garage bands. Peel's championing of Viv Stanshall's work also worth mentioning.
  13. The one about the wee chap wie the scarf wrapped around his face feeling the ladies bosoms joke?
  14. Once agin ching's wordsmithery is bluidy good. though No. 2 is shurely " fiddling wie a p00f". Otherwise I bow before your erudition, ( that should create more room for a muffled titter).
  15. Aye though a small fruit song had a wonderful guitar part. Sure I first heard it on a CBS sampler double album," Fill your head with Rock" circa 1970. Also had great tracks by Taj Mahal and Johnny Winters. Did a google and found these details. Sweet memories.
  16. Or Little shop of Horrors Howzaboot 1. Guys and Dolls 2. Fiddler on the Roof 3. Oklahoma 4. South Pacific 5. West Side Story Booger, jist noticed that they're all American And that I've omitted the entire canon of A.L. Weber
  17. Tom McB

    Worst Songs

    He took my bait Laura, and you his. Don't intrude on a grumpy old man thing. BTW Ching, Engurland surely? And please no"don't call me surely".
  18. Tom McB

    Worst Songs

    Ooh I've been insulted by a wee boy who has punctuation problems- this I can live with. Jazza the point is that whilst we might easily agree that the rampant drivel which the English based media salivate around the song gives us the dry boak, it is a bloody good song. Strong tune, good lyrics. The artistic merit of a song does not derive from our agreement with it's sentiment.
  19. Tom McB

    Worst Songs

    Must disagree wie No.5 Fine song- migod the lad's youth comes through when you think of all the footy songs he might have picked. Mibbies time for best 5 footie records. Must include I have a Dream and World in motion.
  20. Now as you I seldom want to be a pedant, ( ) but did a small fruit song not have lyrics which started something like "Said the apple to the orange"? Camel- a most fine choice, though from the same era you could have chosen Steve Hacket's "Voyage of the Acolyte."
  21. Indeed Ching- now an evening wie any from 3 to 5 would be pleasant- even if only for dinner But for the reasons mentioned they do cause a turn off in the other fashion.
  22. Ching : going misogynistic? Ok then: if ye can't beat them. 1. Caroline Aherne- fair do's can't act 2. Zoe Wannamaker- overly luvvie- kill all luvvies but who's about: 3. Helen Mirren- for wasting her talent on total p1sh. 4. Jane Fonda- as above and to really annoy Ching 5. Joanna Lumley- the Fanella Fielding of today. Nae talent, public school voice. To be fair numbers 3, 4 and 5 may get the hormones going but that's not the point........... or is it?
  23. The Eldo certainly had its place in my under-age drinking, but now... 1. Macallan 2. Glenfiddich Solera Reserve 3. Spitfire 4. Pelforth Brun 5. Budweiser Budvar
  24. National Express of course. On the poetic front we should go for "The ghost of electricity howls in the bones of her face"- again not an opening line. I could post the opening line of Late Ian Dury's "Plaistow Patricia", but it might get me barred. If you don't know it, it's here.
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