Hymns and Arias (well ok - Dirty Ditties, Rugby Songs and Chants)

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I belong to Glasgow
I belong to Glasgow Dear old Glagow town, There's something the matter with Glasgow, 'Cos it's going round and round. I'm only a common old working man, As anyone More…
I bob un sydd fyddlon
I bob un sydd fyddlon Dan ei faner Ef, Mae gan Iesu goron, Fry yn Nheyrnas Nef. Lluoedd Duw a Satan, Sydd yn cwrdd yn awr. Mae gan blant eu cyfran, Yn r rhyfel mawr. I bob un More…
I don't want to be a soldier
Oh, I don't want to be a soldier, I don't want to join the fightin' class, I just want to go, Down to old Soho, Pinchin' all the girlies in the shoulder blades. Oh, I More…
I met a whore in the park one day
(ed: sung to the tune When Jonny Comes Marching Home) I met a whore in the park one day, Yo ho, yo ho, I met a whore in the park one day, Yo ho, yo ho, I met a whore in the park More…
I'll be seeing you
I'll be seeing you, In all the old familiar places, That my heart and mind embraces All day through In that samll cafe, The park across the way, The childrens carousel, The More…
I'll be your sweetheart
I'll be your sweetheart, If you will be mine. All my life, I'll be your Valentine. Bluebells I've gathered, Keep them and be true, When I'm a man, my plan, Will be More…
I'm my own grandpa.
(ed: sung to song of same name) *Chorus* I'm my own grandpa, I'm my own grandpa, It sounds funny I know, But it's really so, I'm my own grandpa. Many, Many More…
If I were the marrying Kind
(ed: this version is perhaps best sung by females? Of course... you *could substitute *girl* for *man*? Anyway - the original version I learned had 'daughter to rhyme with 'not More…
In the shade of the old apple tree
In the shade of the old apple tree. Where the love in your eyes I could see, When the voice that I heard, Like the song of the bird, Seemed to whisper sweet music to me. I could More…
It's a long way to tipperary
It's a long way to Tipperary It's a long way to go. It's a long way to Tipperary And the sweetest girl I know Goodbye, Piccadilly, farewell Leicester Square. It's More…
Ivan Skavinsky Scavar
(ed: sung to "The Man on the Flying Trapeze") The harems of Egypt are fine to behold, The harlots the fairest of fair, But the fairest of all was owned by a sheik, Named Abdul More…