Can I ride with you in your BMW?
You can sail with me in my yellow submarine.
You need to find out, cos no ones gonna tell you what I’m on about
His wife was a spent piece of used jet trash
Made good bloody Marys, kept her mouth shut most of the time
Had a little Chihuahua named Carlos
That had some kind of skin disease and was totally blind
Where e’er we go, we celebrate
The land that makes us refugees
From fear of priests with empty plates
From guilt and weeping effigies
And we dance
But no one will dance with us
In this zany town
Which one of the band wrote the lyrics?
That song, Thousands are Sailing, is unusual as MacGowan had nothing to do with it other than sing it.
Philip Chevron wrote it - lyrics and music.
Pretty much all other songs were written by MacGowan lyrically and many were written by him completely.
Thanks. Had some recall that it was not his. Isn’t Albert Bridge also not McGowan’s?
I’m not sure to be honest.
Murder, plunder, fallabella clear the way, cheating stealing dilly ally ey, ducking diving, fallabella clear the way, dilly ally oh dilly ally dayy.