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Mandy Boylett sings Celebrate the PurpleMy version of Abba’s Chiquitita hit the mainstream media yesterday, being featured first on Guido Fawkes, followed by other online outlets including HuffingtonPost, The Telegraph and the BBC.

The printed version from our local paper, The Gazette, is shown below  (click on the image to read it full size):150307 Gazette Mandy KaraokeThe full words to the song are reproduced here:

David Cameron, tell me what’s wrong?
Your MPs don’t really want you
In their eyes
You’re still in love with the EU
Oh that 1.7 billion
There is no way you won’t pay it
I can see that you think that we won’t notice

David Cameron, tell me the truth
Cos you can’t keep on deceiving
Your MPs
They will really keep on leaving
You were always sure of yourself
Now I see you’ve lost your direction
Saying, yes Angela, will lose you the election

Alex Cunningham, you and I know
How elections come and they go but this time you’re leaving
You’ll lose your safe Labour seat
To the UKIP girl
You will have no time for grieving
Alex Cunningham you’re gonna cry
Because Stockton North is turning purple around you
Over thirty years neglect will come to an end
And we’ll celebrate the purple
Thirty years will come to an end
And we’ll celebrate the purple

So the walls came tumbling down
Your campaign’s a blown out candle
All is gone and it seems too hard to handle
Alex Cunningham tell me the truth
There is no way you can deny it
With yet another smear to try to keep me quiet

If you enjoyed the song, or even if you didn’t, I’d love it if you could make a donation to my chosen local charity, Butterwick Hospice. Text UKIP99 plus the amount you want to donate to 70070. Eg, to donate £2, text UKIP99 £2 to 70070.

 

 

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