Friday, April 21, 2006

Happy 80th Birthday, Elizabeth II

While I can hear the Beeb newschannel giving deferential coverage to the Queen's birthday celebration, I prefer to commemorate it this way:



(NOTE: Dial-up users probably shouldn't click if they want to use their computers today).

You can sing along, if you'd like:

god save the queen
the facist regime
they made you a moron
potential h-bomb
god save the queen
she aint no human being
there is no future
in englands dreaming
don't be told what you want
don't be told what you need
there's no future no future
no future for you
god save the queen
we mean it man
we love our queen
god saves
god save the queen
'cos tourists are money
our figure head
is not what she seems
oh god save history
god save your mad parade
oh lord god have mercy
all crimes are paid
when there's no future
how can there be sin
we're the flowers in the dustbin
we're the poison in the human machine
we're the future you're future
god save the queen
we mean it man
we love our queen
god saves
god save the queen
we mean it man
and there is no future
in englands dreaming
no future no future
no future for you
no future no future
no future no future for me
no future no future
no future for you
no future no future for you


(I watched the whole thing hoping Johnny Rotten would spit the beer on somebody, anybody: The cameraman, Sid, Glenn Matlock, but no.)

4 Comments:

Blogger Mrs. Werbenmanjensen said...

Well, I for one, am going to have 80 shots of gin to celebrate Her Majesty's birthday. Now, what number am I on...?

7:23 PM  
Blogger Middle Kid said...

Better start over, Mrs. W.

9:57 PM  
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2:02 AM  
Anonymous fatslug the impetuous said...

I think "Anonymous" above is the Antichrist, he is an anarchist, and he should be sent immediately to the new Bel-sun.

Meanwhile, I celebrated the Queen's birthday by pondering once again the wonderful qualities of that most noble and intelligent of dogs, the corgi.

12:05 PM  

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