song writing

Started by: tomplum (6374) 

I'm getting long in't tooth so i wrote this song

there's snow on't roof

Started: 26th May 2020 at 22:46

Posted by: priscus (8272)

I have written a song.

It is about an arrogant, foul-mouthed, unpleasant, Alt-Right neo-fascist/populist thug.

His dealer, being obese, and a heavy ‘Class A’ user gets quite sick with the Covid, and is hospitalised.

This leaves him facing something of a famine, in these times of lockdown, so he drives off to access his own stash back at the farm.

However, his stock has spoiled, and been got at by rats. He does not wish to risk Weil’s Disease.

He phones the Candy Man, but as local constabulary know him to be a user, the candyman will not deliver, fearing the lockdown leaves him at great risk of being stopped by police whilst carrying.

Now, badly in need of a snort, he decides himself to drive up to the castle and score sufficient for current circumstances. Takes his family with him in case he gets stopped, so he couild always fess up to the lesser crime of taking a day out should he get pulled whilst carrying such a large quantity.

Stopping for a quick snort in the woods, he reflects on how superior he is to the plebs he is forced to tolerate. Even enough stock here to let the Gov have a quick toot upon his return.

I have not quite finished my editing of the wording, as I need to trim the lines to fit the rhythm of a well-known tune made famous by The Singing Nun.

Replied: 27th May 2020 at 13:19

Posted by: tomplum (6374) 

that a complex theme for a song priscus but good luck with it,

Replied: 28th May 2020 at 10:49

Posted by: tomplum (6374) 

I write songs about local people, some i like, some I hate and some I find interesting,
here is one about a person, I've never met,

but, i like him

Replied: 29th May 2020 at 21:59

Posted by: tomplum (6374) 

another person I liked was our dear departed member Moodysue, I met her and did a couple of jobs for her, a very nice lady and she told us the tale of her granddad bringing a snig home and slapping in down on the table wrapped in newspaper

Moodysue's tale

Replied: 29th May 2020 at 22:25


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