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Lennie Macfartney

I know it's crap, but ....

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...I have to share it with you all the same.

I like a challenge. And composing a song including Manny Omoyinmi's name in full is something I've been struggling over for a long time. Well, I don't know whether it's the heat affecting my brain or the fact that he's been on good form recently, but this morning I awoke with this little composition going round in my head:

{Like The White Bucket Song, to the tune of Winter Wonderland}

"Man - ny O-moy-in-mi
Man - ny O-moy-in-mi!
You've shown your class
Dumped 'em on their [****!!****]
Living in a Manny Wonderland.
"

In fact the more I sing it, the more I'm not sure it's that [****!!****] after all ... must be the heat (& The Jolly Drayman's rather fine beer.)

Lennie Mac


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Lennie Macfartney said:
composing a song including Manny Omoyinmi's name in full



I hate to be pedantic, Lennie, but his full name is Emmanuel Omoyinmi.

Back to the drawing board...

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Stu M said:
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Lennie Macfartney said:
composing a song including Manny Omoyinmi's name in full



I hate to be pedantic, Lennie, but his full name is Emmanuel Omoyinmi.

Back to the drawing board...


No problem, Stu M. The Great Bard of Stratford himself, when restricted by the ten syllable form of the iambic pentameter, merely chopped initial or final syllables (so it is frequently becomes 'tis.)

Therefore, following this noble tradition:

'Man-u-el O-moy-in-mi
'Man-u-el O-moy-in-mi!
You've shown your class
Dumped 'em on their [****!!****].
Living in Emmanuel's wonderland


Lennie Mac

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Your wealth of knowledge astounds me, young Stu !

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Chatham Gary said:
We'll have to think of a song for Jeffereson as well


You've sparked something off Mr Gary. I recall a really awful 70s(?) song by some clean cut all American boy whose name eludes me at present (re-visited The Drayman again, I'm afraid.) Anyway, it contained the refrain "Galveston, oh Galveston ..."

"Jefferson" transposes for Galveston just dandily. So, people, suggestions welcome. References to substantial endowments &/or penal experiences {no pun, the spelling is different} at your discretion.

Lennie Mac

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No Les, I think you'll find that's the Avon Lady !

[color:"red"] Hurry with the pills, Nurse !!

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Getting back to original thread , how about

He's black , he's quick
He's names a porno flick
Emmanuel , Emmanuel


Any Gooners out there will know the tune.

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i think he's short could be better then he is black. just to avoid any controversey. remember how the farnboro mis-heard our songs last year and assumed the worst?


Fair comment .. But would that not upset the dwarves amongst us..

Anyway lets get those tonsils well lubricated for a full blast of;

He's short, he's quick
he's names a porno flick
Emmanuel , Emmanuel

at every opportunity tomorrow.

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People who are particularly quick, or even those that have starred in porno flicks, might take undue offence as well.

Political correctness gone mad, etc etc etc...

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