Voice Over:
And so, Inspector Zatapathique, the forensic expert from the Monaco Murder Squad, sings his song 'Bing Tiddle Tiddle Bong.'

(hushed, low-toned choir. A very somber mood.) Zatapathique:
(spoken) Quoi? Quoi? Tout le monde, quoi? ... Pourquoi? ... le monde ... le monde! ... Bete! ... Le monde ... d'habitude ... (music starts) ... mais ... je pense ...

(At this point Zapatique screams incoherently while the chorus sings rapidly)

Bing tiddle tiddle BANG
Bung tiddle tiddle bang
Bung tiddle tiddle tiddle tiddle tiddle
Bung tiddle tiddle BONG
Bung tiddle tiddle bing
Bung tiddle tiddle bang
Bing (tiddle tiddle)
Bang (tiddle tiddle)
Bong (tiddle tiddle tiddle tiddle)
Bang bong bing (tiddle tiddle)
Bang (tiddle tiddle)
Bong bang (tiddle tiddle tiddle tiddle)

Bing tiddle tiddle BANG
Bung tiddle tiddle bang
Bung tiddle tiddle tiddle tiddle tiddle
Bung tiddle tiddle BONG
Bung tiddle tiddle bing
Bung tiddle tiddle bang
Bing (tiddle tiddle)
Bang (tiddle tiddle)
Bong (tiddle tiddle tiddle tiddle)
Bang bong bing (tiddle tiddle)
Bang (tiddle tiddle)
Bong bang (tiddle tiddle tiddle tiddle)
Bong bang (tiddle tiddle tiddle tiddle)

Bing tiddle tiddle biiiiiing...


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    Um, it's about a bong, I think.

    loderunneron September 15, 2006   Link

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