Here's a collection of songs that aren't really songs, but the type of things you sing at a sports game, or on the back of a bus. If you've got a good one, e-mail me.
The Fields of Athenry
By a lonely prison wall,
I heard a young girl calling,
Michael they are taking you away;
For you stole some corn,
So the young might see the morn,
And there's a prison ship waiting in the bay.
(This next bit must be sung loudly and off-key)
Low, lie, the fields, of Athenry,
Where once, we watched, the small free birds fly
(YEAH BABY LET THE FREE BIRDS FLY!!!)
Our love, was on the wind,
We had dreams, and songs to sing,
It's so lonely round the fields of Athenry.
Vodka, whiskey, beer & wine;
Throw 'em back, you're doing fine;
Bacardi breezers, gin & rum;
You little S***;
LEAVE ME SOME!!!!
Tell me when will you be mine,
Tell me Quando, quando, quando....etc.
This one's for the school bus.....
U - G - L - Y,
You ain't got no alibi,
You UGLY! Hey, hey,
(everyone on the bus starts bouncing on their chairs)
Boing, boing, boing, boing!
Never do this when moving if you want to stay right-side up!
(Pick some poor unfortunate from the bus)
(someone's) ma, na-na-na!
(repeat as long as you want)
The Irish Bar....
(This song should never be sung when sober)
In Dublin's fair city,
Where the girls are so pretty,
I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone.
As she wheels her wheelbarrow,
Through the streets broad and narrow,
Crying cockles and muscles, alive, alive-o.
Alive, alive-o, alive, alive-o,
Crying cockles, and muscles, alive, alive-o.