Ask if we can have six in, if not we'll have to have 2 You're coming up our end aren't you? So I'll get one with you Oh won't he let us have six in? especially not with the food He coulda just told us no though, he dint have to be rude
See her in the green dress? She talked to me at the bar How come its already two pound fifty? We've only gone about a yard Didn't ya see she were gorgeous, she was beyond belief But this lad at the side drinking a Smirnoff ice came and paid for her tropical Reef
And I'm sitting going backwards, and I didn't want to leave Its high green mate, via hillsborough please
How funny was that sketch earlier, up near that taxi rank Oh no you will have missed it, think it was when you went to the bank These two lads squaring up proper shouting, bout who was next in the queue The kind of thing that would seem so silly but not when they've both had a few
Calm down temper temper, you shouldn't get so annoyed You're acting like a silly little boy They wanted to be men and do some fighting in the street No surrender, no chance of retreat
Drunken plots hatched to jump it, ask around are ya sure? Went for it but the red light was showing And the red light indicates doors are secured
"The Night Chicago Died" was written and recorded by the British group Paper Lace. They talk about Al Capone in the song, but got a lot of details wrong - understandable since they wrote it based on gangster movies.