My name is-
My name is-
My name is Charles II!

I love the people and the people love me
So much that they restored the English monarchy!
I'm part Scottish, French, Italian, a little bit Dane
But 100% party animal- Champagne?

Spaniels I adored, named after me too
Like me they were fun with a natty hair-do!
Is today my birthday? I can't recall!
Lets have a party anyway because I love a masked ball!

All hail, the king, of bling, lets sing, bells ring, ding ding
I'm the king who brought back partying!

King Charles, my daddy, lost his throne- kings were banned
They chopped off his head then Ollie Cromwell ruled the land!
Old Ollie wasn't jolly, he was glum and he was proud
Would be miserable as sin- only sinning's not allowed!

When Ollie died the people said "Charlie, me hearty!
Get rid rid of these dull laws, come back, we'd rather party!"
These actions what they call the monarchy restoration
Which naturally were followed by a huge celebration!

The king, of Eng (-land says!), no sin, to sing, or anything
All say I'm the king who brought back partying!

Great London fire was a whopper-
In my reign London city came a cropper-
So this king did what was right and proper-
Fought the fire, proved I'm more than a bopper-
I'm a fire stopper!

Married Catherine Braganza- she was a love so true
There would never be another- well maybe one or two!
Lucy Waters, Nell Gwynn, Moll Davis, Barbara Villiers,
You think that's bad but her name's not as silly as:
Hortense Mancini!

As king I must admit I broke the wedding rules
But who cares 'cause I brought back the crown jewels!
I reinstated Christmas, make-up, sports and even plays!
I was the merry monarch... they were good old days!

When said, and done, King Charles (that's me!), did run, England, for fun
I was the king loved by everyone- my song is done!



Lyrics submitted by manic4manics

Charles II- King of Bling song meanings
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