Jilted John, Gordon is a Moron: No 1 before the election....

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  1. BuggerAll

    BuggerAll LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Gordon is Moron by Jilted John.

    If Rage Against the Machine could go to number one at Christamas time to stick a finger or 2 up at Cowal it should be possible to get this to number one in the charts before the election.

    Start requesting it to be played on radio shows and start downloading it from iTunes or wherever you buy your music.

    Put it on FaceBook and other social networking sites.

    If nothing else it will send a message to Brown and Labour of just how much they are despised.
  2. Are you the regimental D.J ?
  3. The track is Jilted John by Jilted John. Not Gordon is a moron.

    /punk pedant
  4. Oh dear,that song brings back lots of memories.Not all of them bad.
  5. TheIronDuke

    TheIronDuke LE Book Reviewer

    Are you in the market for liquid vitamin supplements to tone your body? Cos I got mates who can help you. Jesus.
  6. TheIronDuke

    TheIronDuke LE Book Reviewer

    Because Jesus takes the best first?
  7. How much do your friends charge for the vitamin supplements?
  8. Jilted John seems not to be the winner in this rather the whiner. As Julie may represent the electorate this seems an unwisely chosen Tory anthem.

    Also ends with a reference to getting Barry to beat up Gordon. Is the man Nostradamus? The Kenyan penis gag did not go down that well.
  9. I think Labour's new election anthem should be Paloma Faith's "Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful?":

    Prophet took my hand on all saints day
    He preached the values of deception
    Changing shadows by a shapeshifter rules
    Tales are never just for fools
    The court of conscience came before me
    Presenting me with a heavenly angel
    You took my hand and ask me, truth aside
    To his questions I replied
    Do you want the truth or something beautiful?
    Just close your eyes and make believe
    Do you want the truth or something beautiful?
    I am happy to deceive you
    He stood as tall as redwood trees
    Drank tea from a seamstress' thimble
    Didn't want to speak the honest truth
    So I spit out lies that aimed to soothe
    Do you want the truth or something beautiful?
    Just close your eyes and make believe
    Do you want the truth or something beautiful?
    I am happy to deceive you.
    Secrets, lying, falling veils
    I can be who you want me to be
    Sacred lies and telling tales
    I can be who you want me to be
    But do you want me?
  10. Why not use Van Morrison?

    The Great Deception (extract)

    Did you ever hear about the great deception
    Well the plastic revolutionaries take the money and run
    Have you ever been down to love city
    Where they rip you off with a smile
    And it don't take a gun

    Did you ever, ever see the people
    With the tear drops in their eyes
    I just can't stand it, stand it no how
    Living in this world of lies

    Somebody started saying it was an inside job
    Whatever happened to him?
    Last time they saw him down on the Bow'ry
    With his lip hanging off an old rusty bottle of gin

    Lyrics http://www.sing365.com/music/lyric.nsf/The-Great-Deception-lyrics-Van-Morrison/01476538B53FB0F548256A34000651C5
  11. BuggerAll

    BuggerAll LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Why Jilted John?

    It was a hit - of sorts - when Brown was at school - you can bet your life he hated it. All those who suffered from his bullying would have used it to taunt him, every time he heard it it he would have thought it was personal. Well now it is.
  12. And why not Jilted John with lyrics such as these:

    Pure poetry.
  13. TheIronDuke

    TheIronDuke LE Book Reviewer

    Jilted John was a class act, no error. And his old Dad, John Shuttleworth is worth a look if he ever comes near your Favella.

    But with Politicos, I fall back upon drug addled Mancs, Black Grape, who sang...

    "Put on your Reeboks man, and go play fucking tennis"