"Putta Block" as written by Mark Smith, Stephen Hanley, Marc Riley, Craig Scanlan and Paul Hanley....
What a dynamic entrance
Put a block on the words
This I hear on a train
We had salmon on a bus
At Epsom no races lost
We don't bet we just take ('tec)

Put a block on the words
Got no check on the world
Go and put a block on the works
Listen boys and girls
Just closer
On the (clommererds)
Just close off the words
Put a block on the words

The nine unknown men knew this
Three sorts
The first, along Louie's life
The second, the complete restructure of your pretentious life
Three, the only reason you know this
Is that it was well documented
But I say

Put a block on the words
Here's an independent chart money spinner
For all you people who've come a long way
Me and the guys played this for charity for spastics
We played it 10000 times
And raised 5 shillings and 7 and a half pence for charity

Cary Grant's wedding
Hail new puritan, righteous maelstrom
Have you ever heard a Bill Haley LP
What is this shit?
Everybody go Cary Grant's wedding


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"Putta Block" as written by Marc Riley Craig Scanlan

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