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Make up a Christmas carol! by kazzzz on 21 December 2006 2:26pm
 
Easy! Just sing a Christmas carol and change the words to make it Michael related!
*ahem*

Jingle Bells.

Jingle bells, Palin yells "Dead parrot!" every day,
Oh wot fun it is to be a lumberjack , Bevan's gay,
Hey!
Jingle bells, Michael sells, cheeses like Wensleydale
I wish he'd wear a loincloth and put Cleesey up for sale!

OK it's a bit crap bit it's midnight and I'm tired !


 
Re: Make up a Christmas carol! by suzulu on 22 December 2006 2:46am
 
LOL, Kazzzz!

To the tune of While Shepherds watched their flocks by night

While Michael watched his fans by night
All seated on the ground
Idle and Clees-ey came down and
And snatched them all around

We ask them why this was done
Fair it seemed not
Both Idle and Cleese claimed that
Twas needed for Spamalot


Oh dear, think I'm tired too!
 
Re: Make up a Christmas carol! by kazzzz on 22 December 2006 5:46am
 
Haahaaaaaa!!!
You and me are as mad as eachother!
 
Re: Make up a Christmas carol! by fairygirl48 on 23 December 2006 4:51am
 
Mad as hatters you both are, but I like both of them. :D
 
Re: Make up a Christmas carol! by Ken Dunn on 23 December 2006 8:40am
 
To the tune of The First Nowell:

The first Palin,
The angels did say,
Was an ancient poor shepherd;
He was so they say!

More to follow (maybe)
 
Sung to the tune of Jingle Bells by Lounge Trekker on 23 December 2006 11:25am
 


Trudging 'cross the world
In a car a plane or boat,
Michael tells us tales
in books that he wrote.
Sunshine on his back
a toddy in his hand
Mr. Palin shows us round
from land to wondrous land!

(chorus)
Jingle Bells Michael smells
a Himalayan breeze
the Dalai Lama asks him for a
Full Circle on his knees...oh!
Travel to, travel fro
Travel everywhere
Airports are but traffic lights
on roads that take us there...hey!

Southward he does go
In a slowly moving train
Chewing coca leaves
for the altitude on his brain
He sees the mountain plain
chases llamas from the track
much patience he will need to have
to be ever coming back...hey!

(chorus)
Jingle Bells Michael smells
a Himalayan breeze
the Dalai Lama asks him for a
Full Circle on his knees...oh!
Travel here, travel there
Travel everywhere
Airports are but traffic lights
on roads that take us there...hey!

Lounge Linguist
(Aaaaaahhhh...bumhug!)
 
Re: Make up a Christmas carol! by kazzzz on 23 December 2006 1:29pm
 
Ooh you win Pete that's fab!
 
Re: Make up a Christmas carol! by perfectbitch on 23 December 2006 1:57pm
 
To the tune of While shepherds watched their flocks.

While Pythons watched their shows one night
All seated round the box.
The Idle put on Spamalot
He's such a sly old fox.

Linz

 
Re: Make up a Christmas carol! by foreignrabbit on 23 December 2006 7:45pm
 
wow pete. thats really good. are you sure that you arn't really a lyricist or something similar.

really good
 
Re: Make up a Christmas carol! by Where are you now? on 23 December 2006 8:39pm
 
thats excellent - just what we need this time of year

the last thread we had on this theme was the twelve days of christmas and that was years ago!!
 
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