Evidence that it's never too late to give old songs new life
What do you mean, have I nothing useful to do? I have PLENTY useful to do. That is the point.
Hay Jude - a mournful ballad advising someone who's letting someone else get under their skin to take refuge in a barn.
All My Lowing - another farm-based tune in which cows pledge their undying commitment to other cows.
Nowhere Map - This song has a line that goes, 'Knows not where he's going to' and ends up with someone lost in a field because the Ordnance Survey people messed up and produced a blank.
Hay Tripper - the one-way ticket involved in this song is a ticket to the police cells after being found with illegal substances and as high as the Burj Khalifa during the harvesting.
With a little Kelp from my Friends - a happy little lyric all about someone whose social circle introduced them to natural homeopathic remedies.
Kelp! - the enthusiastic song promoting the homeopathic remedies sung by his social circle.
Happiness is a Farm Gun - this is a nostalgic ditty sung by those grieving the loss of the farmer's right to blast cheerfully away at anything that moved or nibbled at your cabbages.
Getting Butter all the Time - this song is a taunt, used to tease the newer dairy worker who doesn't quite know when to stop beating the cream.
Fixing a Mole - a nasty little tune about dealing with countryside pests, not a favourite song with the RSPCA.
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