I bet you think the Stuarts
Were an English dynasty
Well we only came to England
When the crown belonged to me

Our clans may have come from Scotland
But our tales are not a bonnie one you'll see...

We've got the blue blooded blues
In our blue Stuart shoes!
Each king queen and heir
Had a personal nightmare!
Have you read the news... we've got the blue blooded blues!

Let’s start with me- King Robert Three
Some say I was a fool..
Once fell off my horse and hurt
Myself quite badly -how uncool
Ended up with a limp, and limp
Is what they called my rule
(And I'll tell you for why!)

We've got the blue blooded blues
In a sun set had two
Wanted in prison starved in jail
The other captured epic fail
The worst king in my review
I've got the blue blooded blues!

The next five kings were all called James
But none where lucky Jim
James One hid down a sewer was caught by assassins
James Two was less unpopular but killed by
His own cannon, so pretty dim
(And it don’t end there... You're not wrong!)

We've got the blue blooded blues
So easy to lose... Three and Four killed in battle
Five lost at war and cattle explain why we can’t fuse
About the Stuarts clan blues!
(Sing it Mary, go on girl!)

I’m Mary Queen of Scots
Misfortune I had lots
Queen Liz was a frizz
She threw me into prison

And still accused me of plotting
Can you see where I’m heading?
Liz is a Tudor, so take a guess
Beheaded? Yeah...

After queen was dead me was King of England too
Became James the First in England but the
Stuart luck stayed though
Guy Fawkes try to blow me up and turn me into Stuart stew...

(One more time yeah!)
We've got the blue blooded blues
Not the role life you'd choose
My son Charles a decapitee
We briefly killed off royalty!

Stuart mourns as it’s true...
Cursed with the blue blooded blues
(That’s what I’m talking about...)


Lyrics submitted by manic4manics

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