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Song Parodies -> "Scotland The Brave"

Original Song Title:

"Scotland The Brave"

Original Performer:

Cliff Hanley/Robert Wilson/Marion Mclurg

Parody Song Title:

"Scotland The Brave"

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The Lyrics

This was taught to me by my wee cousin at the innocent age of 8years old.
Fart Fart my bum is calling!
Must be the beans I ate this morning,
Up to the toilet, did a sh*t on the floor!
There is no toilet paper use my finger as a scraper,
That serves me right for eating Heinz baked me.

Mummy I did not mean it,
I'll get the mop and you can clean it,
That serves you right for feeding me Heinz baked beans

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.5
Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 4

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Rob - March 23, 2018 - Report this comment
Actually, how I remember the song went like this: Fart fart the peas are calling! Must be the ones I ate this morning Down to the cellar for a s*** on the floor! Can't find the toilet paper, Use my finger for a scraper, Now I don't have to crap no more!

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