Don't go chasin at there buddy. whats that, 60 quid i owe ya or what?
That's what they charged me. Oh buddy anyway, don't mind that.

So sing a song.

Lonely mother staring out of her window,lookin at her hairy twins in a tree
She is very worried they're unusual humans,
She needn't worry cause they think they were fathered by me

But all the prayin it ain't helpin at all, she knows that she was with a hairy monkey
So she pretend that they were made with your man McCaul but that is just a crazy fantasy..listen to maaaeeee

Don't go chasing Ronan McCaul, please stick to strangers that you are more used teh
I know that the children have a monkey Daddy, that is me but if i claim them i won't afford booizeah

Little Lillet she's fond of the fellas but not if they are as hairy as me, so i gave her just a few tequilas and in no time i was well up her..house.. hehe

She gave me biscuits and very strong coffee and that is just the thing
So when she got frisky as we all know she can i got crazy in the head and my pants

Don't go hay ma hay

Don't go chasing Ronan McCaul, please stick to strangers that you are more used teh
I know that the children have a monkey Daddy, that is me but i can't claim them cause i wont afford my booizeah

Oh yeah

Don't go chasing Ronan McCaul, please stick to strangers that you are more used teh
I know that i am the monkey Daddy but if i claim them then i can't afford booizeah

...come and gone...i like to call in them too,i leave the...chances are blue i leave my llife to...believe in yourself the rest is up to me and you

Don't go chasing Ronan McCaul please stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to
Oh i know i am the monkey Daddy but if i claim them then i can't afford booizeah

Oh Lillet don't go chasing coconuts, don't go chasing kiwi fruit, try firemen


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