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Desc:How much more British could this be? The answer is none. None more British.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:BBC, sex pistols, david mitchell, having a go, radio fun
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I'm not sure which I like more, serious lyrics set to happy music, or the reverse. Either way, 5 stars.
This works
Jet Bin Fever
Morrissey's lyrics have never sounded so jaunty and pleasant! I loved it, and it went well with my morning coffee.
Dread Pirate Roberts
The "Girlfriend in a Coma" set to "Tiptoe through the Tulips" was greatest of the bunch, but all of these were great.
I love this concept. I only wish I had been familiar with all the tunes they used.
Innocent Bystander
That Ugly Duckling one is positively tragic.
There were some nice little numbers in this. Good stuff.
You had me from Whiter Shade of Pale set to the Muppets Theme. :D
this is fantastic.
Normally I am a rabid "Gary Jules did not write Mad World" fag, but not today, no, not today, because now I know Rob Brydon wrote it, now and forever.
It's "to the tune of Gary Jules' Mad Word", which was what happened. Important distinction.

Nice nice. Absolutely outstanding.

But there's nothing more British than any episode of "My Word!".
That was great.
Syd Midnight
Music Hall has always been awesome
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