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Skip to the Loo

About the song:

This song was recorded with 3 guitar tracks, one electric piano track and one vocal track. Glendon Harris performed most of the song with Mitchell Harris doing the electric piano and helping with the vocals at the end. I believe it was written by Shane, Glendon, James and Jed.

 

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Lyrics:

When I have to urinate
And perhaps defecate
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When my bowels are backing up
and i haven't got a cup
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When I'm in the shopping mart
and i do a stinky fart
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When i am eating bread
and you see my two cheeks spread
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When I see a bright green frog
causing me to drop a log
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When I'm running 'round for miles
wastage pressuring my piles
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When I see Mark Avery
It just makes me want to pee
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When I'm running though the bush
And I feel something push
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When with beans I masticate
Causing me to flatulate
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When I excrete a faecal pellet
And the neighbours start to smell it
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When I have a barbecue
And replace the snags with poo
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When the kettle's almost boiled
And the kitchen floor gets soiled
Then my wife says to me
Skip to the loo my darling
 
When Shane, Glendon, James and Jed
see again what they've been fed
All their wives say to them
Skip to the loo my darling


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