MY GOD HOW THE MONEY ROLLS IN!

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Matt Hancock own shares with his sister

In Topwood; he says “It’s no sin”;

Some 15% he was gifted

My God how the money rolls in.

Now Topwood supplies the Health Service

And where does procurement begin?

The Minister is Door Matt Hancock

My God how the money rolls in.

Rolls in, rolls in

My God how the money rolls in.

 

Now Cameron lobbies for Greensill

Despite what he says in his spin

“No question” he says “of backhanders”

My God how the money rolls in.

Rolls in, rolls in

My God how the money rolls in.

 

They just see it all as their birthright

“A perk of our class” they will grin

They’re at it like pigs at the swinefeed

My God how the money rolls in.

Rolls in, rolls in

My God how the money rolls in, rolls in.

Rolls in, rolls in

My God how the money rolls in.

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Greg Freeman

Sun 18th Apr 2021 22:57

Don't worry, John, I was just checking the blogs before settling down to watch the match.

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John Coopey

Sun 18th Apr 2021 20:38

Thankyou, Stephen.

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Stephen Gospage

Sun 18th Apr 2021 17:55

Great fun, John. Right on the mark. There's so much mileage to make out of this, admittedly serious, topic. Nice 'n sleazy, sleazy does it etc.

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John Coopey

Sat 17th Apr 2021 17:52

Thanks for your thoughts, Greg and MC. What are you doing on here at this time of night, Greg? I thought you’d be watching your boys.
The tune, MC, is of course “My Bonny Lies Over the Ocean” but I’ve always preferred the rugby song version with the marvellously balanced lyric and circular imagery of
“My father sells cheap prophylactics
He punctures the teats with a pin;
My mother grows rich from abortions
My God how the money rolls in”.
And thanks for the Likes, Aisha and Aviva, Holden and Jordyn.

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M.C. Newberry

Sat 17th Apr 2021 17:09

So much fun, I forgot the original lyric !
Face masks have their uses!

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Greg Freeman

Sat 17th Apr 2021 16:50

Indeed, John. No wonder Hancock felt it was worth hanging on in there.

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