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Don't Vote Lib Dem in Salisbury or The Vly Gets It

Liberal Democrat Nick Radford says "It's a silly tradition, symbolic of many things that are wrong with politics. It's not what people want to hear and I'm against it on principle."

It being - the victorious MP thanks his new constituents with a song. It's an old army song "The Vly be on the Turmut"

Farmers Boys has the music, the words are below.

Liberal Democrat Nick Radford might be a slimy little creep who cares nothing for the traditions of Wiltshire nor the nod to the honourable history of the fighting Farmer's Boys but I hope the voters of Salisbury bear that in mind as they vote

The Vly

T'were on a jolly summer's day,
the twenty fust of May,
John Scruggins took his turmut hoe,
with this he trudged away,
Now some volkes they loike haymakin',
and some they vancies mowin'
But of all the jobs as Oi loike best,
gie Oi the turmut 'oein.

The Vly, the Vly-
The Vly be on the turmut,
Tis all me eye,
For Oi to try,
To keep Vlys off them turmuts.

The fust place as Oi went to wurk;
it were wi' Varmer Gower,
Who vowed and swore as how Oi wer
'-a virst class turmut oer;'
The second place Oi went to wurk,
they paid Oi by the job,
If Oi'd a knowed a liitle more,
Oi'd sooner bin in quod.
The Vly, the Vly-
The Vly be on the turmut,
Tis all me eye,
For Oi to try,
To keep Vlys off them turmuts.

The last place as I went to wurk,
they zent ver Oi a mowin'
Oi sent word back,
Oi'd sooner get the zack,
than gie up turmut 'oein',
Now all you jolly varmer chaps,
what bides at 'ome zo warm',
Oi'll now conclude my ditty wie a wishing you no 'arm.

Comments

Okay, you got a ROFL from me on that one.

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