Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Git Exclusive!

The Git has been harrassing a Mr R Ross proclaiming that not enough "real country" is played on shows purporting to be Country Music....all jsut a rumour of course but he fits the description...

25 comments:

  1. Thank heavens for that. I misheard his comment.

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    1. Moi?

      Ricky Ross is on a long list of presenters I never listen to.

      Yon other Ross (Jane Goldman's eejit) will be covering whilst Steve Wright has a holiday.

      I won't be listening.

      Don't even get me started on Russell Brand...

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    2. I think Jonathan Ross is brilliant on the radio.

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  2. I think it's time we made our own contribution to this genre.

    We can use this for a starter:

    http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/HowTo:Write_a_Country_Song

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    1. Sumdy gonnae remind me how ye dae these blue hyperlink thingys

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    3. How's about this for a starter...

      In a bar up in Springburn,
      'Cross from Eastfield Depot,
      On a bar stool she took out her phone,
      Thought, "it's time to grab,
      A black taxi cab,
      To get me a lift to my home"


      ...to be continued?

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    4. How's about this for a starter...

      In a bar up in Springburn,
      'Cross from Eastfield Depot,
      On a bar stool she took out her phone,
      Thought, "it's time to grab,
      A black taxi cab,
      To get me a lift to my home"

      She sat there for ages,
      Read all Herald pages,
      As she waited for her taxi ride,
      But it wisnae comin,
      So she thought of thumbin
      As she looked round the street outside
      But then it appeared,
      'Twas just as she feared
      And something snapped inside 'er
      She looked through the door,
      Felt rage in her core,
      As she took it out on the driver

      You took a fine time to get here Scotch Git......



      To be continued

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  3. Norrie, I'm surprised you havent gone for Ms Willcox this evening. She'd be a shoo in with "I Want to be Free". Especially with all the rock shouts.
    She's still belting it out today I believe. In good shape too.

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    1. Good shout. I shall correct that this instant!

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  4. In a bar up in Springburn,
    'Cross from Eastfield Depot,
    On a bar stool she took out her phone,
    Thought, "it's time to grab,
    A black taxi cab,
    To get me a lift to my home"

    She sat there for ages,
    Read all Herald pages,
    As she waited for her taxi ride,
    But it wisnae comin,
    So she thought of thumbin
    As she looked round the street outside
    But then it appeared,
    'Twas just as she feared
    And something snapped inside 'er
    She looked through the door,
    Felt rage in her core,
    As she took it out on the driver

    You took a fine time to get here Scotch Git
    There's been talk in Greenock that you're not fully fit...

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    1. In a bar up in Springburn,
      'Cross from Eastfield Depot,
      On a bar stool she took out her phone,
      Thought, "it's time to grab,
      A black taxi cab,
      To get me a lift to my home"

      She sat there for ages,
      Read all Herald pages,
      As she waited for her taxi ride,
      But it wisnae comin,
      So she thought of thumbin
      As she looked round the street outside
      But then it appeared,
      'Twas just as she feared
      And something snapped inside 'er
      She looked through the door,
      Felt rage in her core,
      As she took it out on the driver

      you took a fine time to get here Scotch Git
      there's been talk in Greenock that you're not fully fit
      that carousing at lunchtime with folks from the east
      has turned you soft while your gym-card has ceased

      when I call for a taxi,
      she ranted and raged
      I don't expect to wait all day long
      what kept you, she roared
      I'm sad, tired and bored
      and the jukebox hasn't one decent song....

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    2. In a bar up in Springburn,
      'Cross from Eastfield Depot,
      On a bar stool she took out her phone,
      Thought, "it's time to grab,
      A black taxi cab,
      To get me a lift to my home"

      She sat there for ages,
      Read all Herald pages,
      As she waited for her taxi ride,
      But it wisnae comin,
      So she thought of thumbin
      As she looked round the street outside
      But then it appeared,
      'Twas just as she feared
      And something snapped inside 'er
      She looked through the door,
      Felt rage in her core,
      As she took it out on the driver

      you took a fine time to get here Scotch Git
      there's been talk in Greenock that you're not fully fit
      that carousing at lunchtime with folks from the east
      has turned you soft while your gym-card has ceased

      when I call for a taxi,
      she ranted and raged
      I don't expect to wait all day long
      what kept you, she roared
      I'm sad, tired and bored
      and the jukebox hasn't one decent song
      You're just back fae a bender,
      You're still dressed as Senga
      And now you're expecting the fare,
      So take dial and turn it
      on to Bryan Burnett
      And the volume you'll turn up mair

      you took a fine time to get here Scotch Git
      there's been talk in Greenock that you're not fully fit
      that carousing at lunchtime with folks from the east
      has turned you soft while your gym-card has ceased

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    3. (the chorus disnae work by the way...)

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    4. Never stopped mr r Ross......

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    5. I was going to say...

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    6. Still. A good effort.

      What next? One for Norrie?
      D.O.V.I.R.C.E

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    7. You took a fine time to get here Scotch Git
      There's been talk in Green-ock that your butler has quit
      And Senga with whom youse have never shared a room chews
      Her way through a banana split
      You took a fine time to get here Scotch Git

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    8. That's mair like it

      Just need Scotch to come up wi the last verse.

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    9. He's keepin awfy quiet......

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  5. Telt ye it would be a shoo in, Norrie!

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    1. Got an instant note of appreciation from the Git. Turns out he can txt.

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    2. Of course he does. And I bet he's one of those taxi drivers who texts when he's driving.

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    3. He txtd me too...are you sure it was a note of appreciation? Jx

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