Category Archives: songs
A fair-weather friend, a fair-weather friend, He’ll sometimes let you down! He’s faithful and friendly ev’ry now and then; A wonderful (Where’s he gone?) Fair-weather friend! (To the tune of the unintentionally hilarious A Four-Legged Friend)
Easy lover! She’ll get a hold on you: believe it. She’s like no other; Perhaps she’ll die.
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe; She had so many children she didn’t know what to do. Perhaps she’ll die.
For those of you who haven’t bought it yet (and how could you not?) there’s a hidden track on the really quite remarkable—the only word for it—Christmas in the Heart by Bob Dylan. Here’s the lyrics to that track, Subterranean … Continue reading
Adam & Joe have gently pushed a boundary of the BBC’s idiosyncratic content delivery mechanisms. By which I mean they’re giving you free stuff. In a recent blog post, Adam Buxton idly pointed visitors at files on a file-sharing site … Continue reading