Fascinating Aïda’s post-Brexit song – So Sorry Scotland

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When something monumental happens in the world which is going to have far-reaching implications, sometimes the only way you can really express your feelings about it is through the medium of song When someone’s done a bad thing With fatal consequences, Unless the crime’s acknowledged, There’s no hope of mending fences; So we hang our heads in sorrow And confess our collective guilt To you august Hibernians Who proudly wear the kilt; We’re so sorry Scotland; We are covered in shame For the madness of Brexit We’re entirely to blame; With the choice of two boxes, We ticked self-destruct; Thus Britain is now Compehensively fucked; We’re so sorry Scotland To see such division; We are banking on you To reverse the decision Although we were warned That this course was unwise, Many Sassenach bampots Believed all the lies; Oh Scotland, deliver us from evil! Oh Scotland, we were silly fools; Only you can save us from upheaval; Please invoke some parliamentary rules! Mrs. Sturgeon, won’t you be our saviour? Let’s not rebuild Hadrian’s Wall; Oh Scotland, forgive our bad behaviour; United we stand, Divided we fall. We’re so sorry Scotland For the likes of Farage, And his NHS millions Which were just a mirage Oh yes, we’re in a pickle; Come rescue us, Nicola! Because as pickles go, This couldn’t be pickler; We’re so sorry Scotland, For the way people voted There’s no way that this pill Can be sugar-coated; The Union’s future Is stuffed on all fronts; So it’s hardly surprising That you think we’re all cunts; Oh Scotland, deliver us from evil; Oh Scotland, we were silly fools; Only you can save us from upheaval; Please invoke some parliamentary rules! Mrs Sturgeon, won’t you be our saviour! Let’s not rebuild Hadrian’s wall; Oh Scotland, forgive our bad behaviour United we stand, Divided we fall; United we stand, Divided we fall; United we stand… Don’t know why I’m saying mea culpa here, we all voted REMAIN…

 

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