NINER SONGS

Hello Growler My Old Friend (sung to Sound of Silence)
Hello Growler my old friend, I’ve come to eat you out again,
On your back you horny bitch, your legs spread like a sandwich,
And my wandering tongue, will make your juices run, down your bum,
To the taste of Growler.

Yes Cookie you have nice tits, oh how I love your buttocks,
Oh what I’d give to be between your thighs,
Your pubic hairs sticking in my eyes,
And the vision, of your growler still remains, in my brain,
To the taste of Growler.

And in the naked light I saw, 10,000 growlers maybe more,
Far too many for one guy, but anyway I undid my fly,
And 9,999 growlers past, I fucked the last,
To the Taste of Growler.

And with calculated ease, I gave my sore balls a squeeze,
And much to the amazement of all who saw,
My deflated cock grew erect once more,
And the growlers, each and every last one, got a shot of cum,
Up their front bum!

And I shouldn’t have fucked you my dear, for now I have gonorrhea,
Oh I was such a fool, for now the puss runs from my tool,
And I shouldn’t have eaten out your box, for now my lips have pox,
All to the taste of Growler.

Well I’ve tried incest, tit fucking on my sister’s chest,
She even sat upon my toe, while giving me fellatio,
But even if she had syphilis, I prefer cunnilingus,
Because I love that taste of Growler…Growler…Growler.

 

Have You Ever Been to Argentina?
Chorus
Aye, aye, aye, aye, aye, aye
Have you ever been to Argentina?
Where the girls are frisky
And the boys drink whiskey
And they do it the Argie way.

There was girl from Fiji
Who climbed up a coconut tree
She turned her bum
To the face of the sun
And burnt her c u n t.

There was a man from Cape Horn
Who wished he’d never been born
He would not have been
If his father had seen
That the end of the rubber was torn

There was a man from the Cape
Who tried to bum screw an ape
The ape said you fool
You’ll buckle your tool
And bend my arse out of shape

There was a man from Leeds
Who swallowed a packet of seeds
Within an hour
His cock was a flower
And his balls were filled with weeds

There was a lady from Kew
Who said as the Vicar withdrew
The Parson is quicker
Slicker and thicker
And two inches longer than you

There was a man from Bombay
Who screwed in a particular way
He had lots of chances
With women’s advances
But the fucker was gay

There was a man from Luckett
Whose cock was so long he could suck it
He said with a grin
As he wiped off his chin
If my ear were a cunt I could fuck it

There was a man from Australia
Who on his arse was painted a dahlia
Two cents for a smell
Was all very well
But ten cents for a lick was a failure

There was a man called Dave
Who fucked dead whores in a cave
He said I admit
I’m a bit of a shit
But think of the money I save

There was a man from Hong Kong
Who had a very big dong
The girls would complain
When they were in pain
“No more, you’re far to long!!”

There was lady from Healing
Who had a peculiar feeling
So she lay on her back
And opened her crack
And pissed all over the ceiling

There was a girl from the Azores
Whose cunt was all covered in sores
It wasn’t the size
That attracted the flies
But the meat that hanged from her draws

 

Tutira mai nga iwi
Tūtira mai ngā iwi,
tātou tātou e
Tūtira mai ngā iwi,
tātou tātou e
Whai-a te marama-tanga,
me te aroha – e ngā iwi!
Ki-a ko tapa tahi,
Ki-a ko-tahi rā
Tātou tātou e
(Repeat)

Tā-tou tā-tou e E!!
Hi aue hei !!!

English Translation
Line up together people
All of us, all of us
Stand in rows people
All of us, all of us
Seek after knowledge
and love of others – everyone
Think as one
Act as one
All of us, all of us

All of us, All of us!!
Hi aue hei !!!

 

Ha-ere Mai!
Ha-ere Mai!
Ev’ry-thing is ka pai!
You’re here at last,
You’re really here at last.

Ha-ere Mai!
Not a cloud in the sky,
To coin a phrase,
This is the “day of days”.

You’re welcome as the sunshine,
You’re welcome as a king!
Pai kare! This is one time
We’ll really have a fling!

Ha-ere Mai!
Ev’rything is ka pai!
Throughout the land,
We want to shake your hand,

Ha-ere Mai!
We’re proud of you, that’s why.
Ha-ere Mai!
Ha-ere Mai!

 

One day a taniwha
One day a taniwha
Went swimming in the moana
He whispered sweetly in my taringa
Won’t you come along with me
There’s such a lot to see
Underneath the deep blue sea.

I said oh käore käore käore
I have to haere haere haere
Although I know we could be friends
My mother’s waiting for me
Underneath the köwhai tree
Taniwha haere ra.