The Ball of Kerrymuir Lyrics - Jim Croce
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The Ball the Ball the fookin Ball
The Ball of Kerry Muir
Twenty-five were lassies
And twenty-five were hoors.
Chorus after each verse:
Sing folly adis-de folly a-doo
The man who had ya last nite canna ha ye nuu.
There was fookin in the barn yard,
there was fookin in the ricks
Ye couldna hear the music fer
the swishen of the pricks.
There was fookin in the parlor
fookin on the stairs,
Ye couldna see the carpet for the
Weaalth of pubic hairs.
The vilage postman he was there
He had a case of pox
He couldna fook t'lassies
so he fooked the letter box.
This a few verses of the many many sung by Scots troops fighting in Europe, World War II, brought back by an American Field Service member who helped clean out Belsen concentration camp.
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The Ball of Kerrymuir | Reviewer: Anonymous | 4/18/11
When this started, I nearly deleted it. Then I listened a little longer and started laughing, and kept laughing. Only Jim Croce could carry off singing something this raunchy, and still make you laugh when your better self knows that you should be offended.
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