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The Scotsman - Lyrics

Oh a scotsman dressed all in his kilt left the bar one evening fair,
And one could tell by the way he walked he drunk more than his share,
He staggered round until he could no longer keep his feet,
Then he stumbled off into the grass to sleep beside the street.

Ring-ding-didalittle-idio,
Ring-di-didley-io,
He stumbled off into the grass to sleep beside the street.

Now about that time two young and lovely girls were passing by,
One said to the other with a twinkle in her eye,
See that sleeping scotsman, so strong and handsome built,

I wonder if it's true that he wears nohthin' 'neath his kilt.

Ring-ding-didalittle-idio,
Ring-di-didley-io,
I wonder if it's true that he wears nohthin' 'neath his kilt.

So they crept up on the sleeping scotsman quiet as can be,
And they lifted up his kilt about an inch so they could see,
And then behold for them to vieww beneath his scottish shirt,
Was nothing more than god had graced him with upon his birth.

Ring-ding-didalittle-idio,
Ring-di-didley-io,
Was nothing more than god had graced him with upon his birth.

They marvled for a minute,
Then said we must be gone.
Let's leave him a souvineer before we travel long.
As a gift they left a blue silk ribbon,
Tied into a bow,
Around the bunny star the scotsman's kilt didn't let them show.

Ring-ding-didalittle-idio,
Ring-di-didley-io,
Around the bunny star the scotsman's kilt didn't let them show.

Now the scotsman rose to nature's calling, headed for the tree.
He lifted up his kilt and he gawks at what he sees,
And in his drunken voice he says at what's before his eyes,
Oh lad I don't know where you've
been but I see you've won first prize.

Ring-ding-didalittle-idio,
Ring-di-didley-io,
Oh lad I don't know where you've
been but I see you've won first prize.

Our scottish friend still dressed in kilt continued down the street,
He hadn't gone ten yards or more when a girl he tends to meet,
She said I heard whats under there tell me if it's so,
And he said just slip your hand up miss if you'd really like to know.

Ring-ding-didalittle-idio,
Ring-di-didley-io,
And he said just slip your hand up miss if you'd really like to know.

She put is hand right up his kilt and much to her suprise,
The scotsman smiled and a very look came to his eyes,
She cried oh sir that's gruesome, and then she heard him roar,
Put your hand up once again you'll find it's gruesome more,

Ring-ding-didalittle-idio,
Ring-di-didley-io,
If you put you put your hand up
once again you'll find it gruesome more.

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