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Billy Boil Posted 22nd Jan 2015, 11:48am
 
QUOTE (DavidT @ 1st Jan 2013, 06:53pm) *
All of a sudden
A big black puddin
Came flyin through the air
It hit Mrs Kelly
Right in the belly
And knocked her Doon the sterr

The rest a'yon song a' ken the wurdstae but they is no printible in mixed company!
bilbo.s Posted 21st Jan 2015, 12:29pm
 
QUOTE (Lydya Bhinn @ 21st Jan 2015, 01:26pm) *
Ah love a sausage A' Co- operative sausage,
A' Co-operative sausage fur ma tea.
If ye fry it wi' an ingyin ye wull hear ma sausage singing,
Mary ma Scotch Bluebell.

J.Logan.


I always knew the second line as, " Ye can tell it's a sausage by the smell. "
Rhymes better too.
Lydya Bhinn Posted 21st Jan 2015, 12:09pm
  Ah love a sausage A' Co- operative sausage,
A' Co-operative sausage fur ma tea.
If ye fry it wi' an ingyin ye wull hear ma sausage singing,
Mary ma Scotch Bluebell.

J.Logan.
Teenybash Posted 14th Jan 2015, 05:11pm
  I remember these:

Oor wee schools, the best wee school

The best wee school in Glesga

The only thing aboot it is the baldy heided maister

He goes tae the pub oan a Seterday night

He goes tae the church oan a Sunday

Tae pray tae God tae gie him strength

Tae belt the weans oan Monday



Wee Sam, a piece n Jam
Went tae London in a pram
The pram broke Whit a joke
Wee Sam, a piece n jam
Christopher Posted 14th Jan 2015, 10:37am
  My dad used to sing to me...

"Wee bad boy, he's no braw
He's got a face like a fitba baw
But never mind, his mother's is worse
She's got a face like a baw that's burst!"
DavidT Posted 1st Jan 2013, 06:36pm
  All of a sudden
A big black puddin
Came flyin through the air
It hit Mrs Kelly
Right in the belly
And knocked her Doon the sterr
DavidT Posted 1st Jan 2013, 06:33pm
 
QUOTE (*Irish Eyes* @ 22nd Apr 2009, 10:38pm) *
Do's anyone know these:-

I see you said the blind man
your a lier said the dummy
I won the race said the man with no leg.

Fire Fire in the middle of the ocean
abaouldy man triped over his own hair and
fell down tghe stairs into a bath of Cold
Water and nearly scalded him self

the firebregade came round the corner
on wheels ran over a dead cat
and nearly killed it

This reminds me of
Back to back they faced each other
Drew their swords and shot each other
The blind man saw it
The deaf man heard it
And the man wi nae legs ran to a phonebox
Dialed 666
And an upside Doon ambulance came fleeing roon the corner
And haulf killed a deid cat
JIMBUB342 Posted 1st Jan 2013, 04:38pm
  I was born in the Butney area in lochgilp st, 1941 ,lived there till 16 year old ,we had a wee song and it was called " The Butney Boys ",some of the words were , We are some of the Butney Boys we know our manners and how to spend our tanners, we are some of the Butney boys , Hello hello we are the butney boys Hello hello we are the butney boys we are some of the Butney boys . So mabey there are som people who remmember this song
*Ross* Posted 13th Aug 2012, 09:00pm
  I am searching for an old song my grandfather used to sing when I was a boy... it went something along the lines of

bonny laddie gang awa'...
there's nae loch ness monster there (ava)?...
for it's only old MacDougal....

it is a rather old song, perhaps the 20s or 30s... has anyone ever heard this before?
kenstor Posted 15th May 2012, 08:15pm
  kiltie kiltie cauld dowp, nae drars or a vest, a toarn sark an a big blue hat the colour o hes erse
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