History Music / EricBogle

20th Oct '16 5:54:23 PM foxley
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-->"That brutalised children become adults who then brutalise"
20th Oct '16 5:30:18 PM foxley
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-->Ad the killers wear policeman's badges\\

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-->Ad -->And the killers wear policeman's badges\\
3rd Oct '16 5:32:56 AM foxley
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* DearNegativeReader: Parodied in "Bloody Rotten Audience"

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* DearNegativeReader: Parodied in "Bloody Rotten Audience"Audience" is presented as an InUniverse one of these by an embittered folk singer who's failed to win over the titular crowd, listing the different ways in which he's brilliant and how stupid the audience must be not to appreciate him. Performed live, this is both a SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} and SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic.
3rd Oct '16 5:27:46 AM foxley
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* ViolentGlaswegian: Eric, who was born in Peebles, does not shy away from his Scottish heritage, and has used this stereoyoe for songs both comic (e.g. "English Arse Kissing Blues") and serious (e.g. "Glasgow Lullaby").

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* ViolentGlaswegian: Eric, who was born in Peebles, does not shy away from his Scottish heritage, and has used this stereoyoe stereotype for songs both comic (e.g. "English Arse Kissing Blues") and serious (e.g. "Glasgow Lullaby").
3rd Oct '16 5:25:57 AM foxley
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* KillerCop: * "Mirrors" is about Brazilian policemen who act as freelance death squads in Rio's slums.

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* KillerCop: * "Mirrors" is about Brazilian policemen who act as freelance death squads in Rio's slums.



* OutWithABang: "Little Gomez" is about a randy Chihuahua that is crushed to death while attempting to consumate a liaison with a Saint Bernard.

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* OutWithABang: "Little Gomez" is about a randy Chihuahua that is crushed to death while attempting to consumate consummate a liaison with a Saint Bernard.
3rd Oct '16 5:24:30 AM foxley
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* KillerCop: * "Mirrors" is about Brazilian policemen who act as freelance death squads in Rio's slums.
-->Ad the killers wear policeman's badges\\
Kill to supplement their wages\\
Earn their bloody bounty, with the gun and club and knife
7th Jun '16 5:36:02 PM Doug86
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* UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne: "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda", "No Man's Land"

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* UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne: UsefulNotes/WorldWarI: "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda", "No Man's Land"
18th Aug '15 11:18:21 PM foxley
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* RefrainFromAssuming: "No Man's Land" is sometimes known as (and has been recorded under) the alternate title "Green Fields of France". Some people, however, refer to the song as "Willie [=McBride=]" (the name of the dead soldier to whom the song is addressed).
18th Aug '15 11:16:12 PM foxley
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* CrapsackOnlyByComparison: "Beam Me Up, Scotty" declares "I'm stuck here in a place I do not care for" and "There must be intelligent life out there, I hope so, there's not much down here."
18th Aug '15 11:11:07 PM foxley
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* ViolentGlaswegian: Eric, who was born in Peebles, does not shy away from his Scottish heritage, and has used this stereoyoe for songs both comic (e.g. "English Arse Kissing Blues") and serious (e.g. "Glasgow Lullaby").
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