"Your 'Ouse" as written by Simon Friend, Charles Kenton Heather, Mark Chadwick, Jonathan Sevink and Jeremy Cunningham....
Come on then boys,
Lets have us a drink,
Is there one there for me is the cry,
And I'm sorry about me,
And I'm sorry about me mates,
D'you think that we'll last out the night?

We've had a slack hand,
Danny Boy's down the ground,
They're havin' it round his 'ouse tonight,
Getting harder to see,
May need another G,
Spiders will do me alright.

And we're having it round your house,
There, Its said, it's out.
And we know that you'll be about,
Cos we're having it round your house.

On All-Hallows Eve
We we're a sight to be seen,
I'll remeber for the rest of my life
We had everyone there,
Who had the bus fare,
Drinking ripple and Long Island ice

And the only grief,
Came from the police,
Who didn't want our fire alight,
But when they were gone,
Well we carried on,
And raised a shout of massai


As well as our crew
We had 'Justice' too
The drivers were flying by nite
Compulsion arrived
To drink ripple wine
And soon we were messy as shite

The midnight express,
Was looking its best,
With none of us looking too well,
And we few who was left,
Came home for a rest,
To have it round our house as well.


Lyrics submitted by admather

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