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KERRY KATONA
(Mackay/Ramones)

 

Sweet sweet Kerry Katona
She tried to be a blood donor
But they had to refuse her
So she snuck down the boozer

It's a shame, you must understand
Mum's gone to Iceland
But their economy's gone up the spout
When Kerry starts drinking there's a national drought

Oooooh Kerry Katona
Oooooh When you try to phone her
Her answering machine says
'You're my besht mate you are. Unlessh you're Philip Schofield. Leave a messhage after the hic...'


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Previously
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Scary Burd
Elected
The First Minister's Dressing Gown
Damaged Red Goods
Davie O'Hara
Strange Behaviour
Are You Being Served The Wright Stuff?
I'm Free Range
Aw Fuck, The Police!
Abba Got Back
Walking To Rehab
The Day My Pad Went 9 to 5
Funktionality
And Then?
Funeral Flesh
Accidental Lives
Philosophy
Alex Salmond
Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Saviour Breath
Big John Smeaton
No More Smeaton
Campbell's Sauce
Noah Fucking Clue
Jenny Says
Where Seagulls Dare
Night, Thriller and Death
Wendy Alexander
I'm The Manse
Sic Transit Gloria Scotiae
You Absolute Cunt
The Thistle's Characteristics (Part 1)
The Barren Tree
We Don't Need To Share The Lavvy
Let's Eat
Greenhouse Girl
The Magnificent Folk Song
I Ride Bicycles
Talk About September 11
The Curry Song
Kayak
Donald Trump
King of the Swingers (Perjury Mix)
Do The Loony Dook
In Recognition (Sean Connery Mix)
Hey Jude Law
Jeremy Paxman
No Cold Blooded Child
Jocko Euro
Monarchy Mash
Filling Out Forms
The New Sound
Bill Clinton's Havana
Hillary Clinton
Do The Necessary
I'm Dead
Hammer Time
John Prescott

Hughie Green's My Dad
David Icke & Tina Turner
Pond Life
Arthur Montford's Autograph
Britney's Got Tarrant
Whisky Galore In The Jar
Satan In The Body
Bye Bye Wendy
Mince & Tatties Qualitate
5000 Yobbos
I Can't Afford To Die Anymore
I Wish I Could Write A Serious Song
Egyptian Cream
March Of The Alcoholic Siamese Twins
Anything Ending With A 'Y'
To Be Frank
Perfect! Skint!
Lydia
Alistair Darling


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