Friday, December 01, 2017


I'm writing a fantastically defiant hymn (or rather herm), to sing every morning, a bit like school assembly but just me and the birds out there in the frosty dawn. I've nicked the melody from a song called Don't Mention their Hands that was written for a musical pantomime version of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus over a trillion years ago.
There are post-it notes all over the table and the best thing about a private song is that you can sing whatever the hell you like, as loud as you like and as often as you like.
Ha ha!😀


Cazz Blase said...

I've never done this, but I have amused myself coming up with alternative phrases to use instead of 'Warm Leatherette' in 'Warm Leatherette' over the past few years.

Helen McCookerybook said...

Great song, that! :)