My sister belinda

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  1. pissed out the window,

    is all I can remember of this song, who knows the rest and what is it.
     
  2. As I recall, the chorus went something like -

    "Aye aye aye aye,
    Si, si , Senora
    My Seester Belinda Peesed outa de winda,
    all over my bran' new sombrero"

    But here's the words for you! (with a different end to the chorus)

    http://www.haverhillrfc.co.uk/SongBook/My%20sister%20Belinda.htm

    An' don' forget Gringo - you seeng dis in an outrageous Mexican accent! :wink:
     
  3. I remember the accent and thank you for your excellent answer
    Now, a little bird landed on my windowsill....................................?
     
  4. And this one, from Carmen;

    ' Last night, I went to bed and pulled my plonker,

    I knew I should, it did me good, I knew it would'.

    'I heaved it, squeezed it, trod it in the floor,

    Rolled it, bowled it, slammed it in the door'.

    ' Some people seem to think that sexual intercourse is Grande,

    But speaking for myself, I'd rather roll it in my hand'.
     
  5. Another fair maiden worthy of Belinda's company

    Dinah

    Dinah, Dinah show us your leg,
    Show us your leg,
    Show us your leg.
    Dinah, Dinah show us your leg,
    A yard above your knee.

    I wish I were the diamond ring,
    On Dinah's dainty hand.
    Then every time she wiped her arse,
    I'd see the promised land

    The rich girl rides a limousine,
    The poor girl rides a truck.
    But the only ride that Dinah has,
    Is when she has a fuck.

    The rich girl uses a sanitary towel,
    The poor girl uses a sheet.
    But Dinah uses nothing at all,
    Leaves a trail along the street.

    The rich girl wears a brassiere,
    The poor Girl uses string,
    But Dinah uses nothing at all,
    She let's the bastards swing.

    The rich girl uses Vaseline,
    The poor uses lard.
    But Dinah uses axle grease,
    Because her cunt's so hard.

    The rich girls work in factories,
    The poor girls work in stores.
    But Dinah works in a honky-tonk,
    With forty other whores!
     
  6. I'll be singing that all day now
     
  7. [align=center]ODE TO A ROBIN[/align]

    As I awoke one sunny morn
    When all things bright and new are born
    A Robin perched upon my sill
    To Herald the coming morn

    He was fragile, gentle, young and gay(?)
    So sweetly he did sing
    Thoughts of happiness and joy
    To my heart did he bring

    Smiling sweetly at his song
    I knelt across the bed
    And gently closed my window
    and crushed his fcuking head

    Noisy little cnut!
     
  8. The version I recall is

    My seesta Belinda
    she sh1t out the winda
    all over my brand new sombrero
    I said "you Tw@t, you sh@t on my hat!"
    and she said I don't f ucking care-o
    Ay Ay AyAy, me and my brand new sombrero..........

    and there I dry up, I'm getting bladdered later so may have a flashback!
     
  9. Litlle bird with broken wing, cannot fly, cannot sing...

    FECKIN' USELESS!
     
  10. Little bird with yellow bill, Sits upon my window sill

    SO I SMASHED IT'S FECKIN' HEAD IN!!!
     

  11. Macc Lads?
     
  12. Nope, but I believe they did a cover version :D

    Edited to add: I'm now "well on the way" based on copious amounts of top notch Chilean wine and still can't remember the next verse of "my seesta Belinda"
     
  13. That Dinah, Dinah show us your leg is a great p1ss up song.

    I have been racking my poor old brain for the words to the Belinda

    song but the memory banks are wearing thin these days.

    Another good one, and of course there are hundreds of the buggers, is

    'My little sister Lily is a whore in Piccadilly

    and my mother is another in the Strand,

    and my father hawks his ar5hole

    round the Elephant and Castle,

    we're the finest fcuking family in the land.'


    I often wonder whether the lads still sing them. I suppose Playstation

    and computers put an end to all that. Shame. :wink:
     
  14. Memo to self: Don't wake up early and log on – it can do your head in trying to remember songs!
    With respect to the Haverhill songbook, these are the words I remember:

    I like the rum,
    It helps me to cum
    But give me the good old vino,
    I like the vino!

    Aye, aye, aye, aye, aye,
    Si, si, Senora,
    My sister Belinda, she pissed out the window,
    All over my brand new sombrero.

    I like the whisky,
    It makes me so frisky,
    But give me the good old vino.
    I like the vino!

    Aye, aye, aye, aye, aye,
    Si, si, Senora,
    My sister Belinda, she pissed out the window,
    All over my brand new sombrero.


    There are more verses, each about a different drink

    Possibly:

    I like the gin,
    It helps me to sin,

    and maybe:

    I like Bacardi,
    It makes me so hardy
     
  15. Well done Pete. Your blood is worth bottling mate. :D