Yes, Annie, all good foot-tapping stuff but rather indistinct lyrics. May we have a decode. please?
Anything to oblige :DA Seafood Song "Who'll have a fishyOn a little dishy?Who will have a fishyWhen the boat comes..."And then he says,"With our glasses both raised in a toastLet's sing for those in peril on the seaWho cater ceaselesslyTo thy every wishWith every fish,As fresh as fish can be!Y'see, I do like my oysters,My king prawns and caviar -No matter how far away they are,I'll be there!"And then she says,"Now with our glasses both raised in this toast,Let's sing for those in peril on the seaWho labour tirelesslyIn their tiny boatsOff John O' Groats,Their socks soaked for me!Y'see, I do like my lobster,My hake, skate and rainbow trout -And if there's a fishy smell about,I'll be there!"And then we'll sing for those in peril on the seaDon't be frightened, don't be scared -Chop off their heads and little legs,Then peel away the shellAnd open up your senses to the smell,The sound and colour,Touch and tasteOf crabs, cod, clams and kippersScampi, squid, sole, shark and scallopWinkles, whelks, whale and whitingSeaweed, swordfish, sardines and sea urchinHaddock, halibut, herrings and eelCockles, mussels, mackerel, geelPilchard, plankton, St Peter's fish and plaiceOctopussy jellyfishyAnd dolphin's an aquired taste..."Who'll have a fishyOn a little dishy?I will have a fishyWhen the boat comes in..."
Yes, er, well, ahem, er, I DID ask, did'n' I?
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