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The theme message of the UK Government in 2020 seemed to be #IDontBegPardon – and so we made a book and CD / USB for them.
The theme song is “I Don’t Beg Pardon – I’m talking B*ll*cks from the Rose Garden” reflecting a certain Adviser’s “Tell All (Not Quite)” session in the Downing Street Rose Garden
CD or USB
On CD or USB – Over 75 minutes of high-quality satirical music and poetry.
It is all described on this page: Covid-19 Musical
You will find all of these in “I Don’t Beg Pardon” . A great book to dip into, or to give as a gift!
|Boris Has Got a Little List|
|Big Ben bing-bongs|
|Big Ben’s non-bonging|
|Brexit film team propaganda|
|You’ll believe that a Boris can lie|
|Please leave a light on just for us|
|Ode to 31st January|
|Little Yellow Mini|
|We’ll Meet Again|
|I’m a Rejoiner|
|Tories Wasting Time|
|Boris Jones’ Diary|
|A Fridge! A Fridge! My Brexit For a Fridge !|
|I’m Telling a Terrible Story|
|When Shall We Three Tweet Again?|
|Golf in wartime – Onward Richmond golfers?|
|Why Why Why Corona?|
|It’s PPE, we need you see|
|Off his “R”s|
|Heroes, Just for One day|
|The Seven Ages of Johnson|
|The Leadership We Need?|
|Should he stay or should he go?|
|“Do Nothing”? but failed|
|Stand By Your Dom|
|Stay in Your House or Flat|
|Barnard Castle – Dom’s Ditty|
|The Extra Homes of Durham|
|One Rule for You, One Rule for Me|
|I Don’t Beg Pardon, I’m talking b*ll**ks in the Rose Garden?|
|Things that would astonish you|
|The Oven-Ready Deal is Over|
|Archers Against Brexit|
|WHEN WE BREAK UP (OYSTER SNACK)|
TAMING OF THE SHREW
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
ROMEO AND JULIET
Varying types of political song satire – let’s keep it in the Cashman family.
Some lovers of satirical songs already know Mike Cashman as the lead author of “Brexit’s a Trick not a Treat” and “Brexit’s a Musical Trick” which includes a full-length Brexit musical using every major tune from Les Misérables, adapted for Brexit. More information is at www.viewdelta.com.
The family have now joined in.
“Stay in Your House or Flat” is a lockdown song (“Men in Black” parody) by son Peter Cashman, sung by Peter, his wife Abi and friend Simon Cragg, and grandchildren.
“Barnard Castle” is a folk song written and sung by Fred Cashman which considers the recent saga from the viewpoint of Dominic Cummings
Hilary Cashman has joined in with some Latin for the prime Minister “Pacta Sunt Servanda” or “Agreements must be kept”, the oldest principle of International Law
Mike Cashman has also been busy, and recently placed “Stand by Your Dom” on YouTube, inspired by Tammy Wynette and the Prime Minister’s support for Mr Cummings.
This was followed up “The Ballad of Dom and Bojo”
Other recent YouTube songs include “Heroes, just for One Day”
- “I don’t beg pardon, I’m talking bollocks in the Rose Garden” which also demonstrates the many unanswered questions in the Cummings-to-Durham story
- “Boris has got a Little List” -which was updated in February 2020
- “Things that Will Astonish You” – exploring the Parliamentary conga
- “If you go down to the woods today” (Dominic’s checking his eyesight) – inspired by an original parody by Mike’s late father Denis Cashman.
When Shall we Three Tweet Again?
Extracts from many of the songs are on the Covid 19 Musical page
The Sunday Times referred to this book as “Coronavirus the Musical“, which wasn’t quite the title we were thinking of, but that set us thinking. We have settled on describing it as your
“I DON’T BEG PARDON
(I’m Talking B*ll*cks from the Rose Garden)”
But we have looked at the pandemic from a number of angles.
This song was specially requested by the Facebook “Masks Matter” group to encourage mask-wearing in our diverse communities.
“Man up, Mask up, Protect Another Life”
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The book and CD /USB are available on Amazon, and the CD or USB is also available on Etsy. Please click here for buying options
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