Today's Tedious Link:
The Doves, Pounding
If you remove the 'free' bit from 'Freestyler' you're left with 'styler', as in Trudie Styler who's married to Sting. Sting is what a wasp can do to you, which can be both painful and annoying. Annoying is how some people describe Dominic Byrne, but not us, we think he's great. 'Grrrreat' is the catchphrase of Tony the Frosties Tiger. Tiger Woods is a famous golfer who's won millions over the years in tournaments. Tournaments take place in lots of different sports, such as football and tennis. Tennis is played at Wimbledon, which happens in June. June Brown plays Dot Cotton in 'Eastenders'. 'Eastenders' is set in the fictional postcode E20. 20 is four times five. Five is the amount of gold rings in the song 'The Twelve Days Of Christmas', where four is for calling birds, three for French hens and two is the quantity of turtle doves, which links to The Doves and 'Pounding'.
Some people on the text claimed that the lyrics to the Twelve Days of Christmas are actually "four colly birds". According to wiki, the authoritative version of the lyrics (from the Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes) does state 'colly birds', but as the song is French in origin, the word 'calling' crept in as an English misinterpretation, so Dave was half right.
Released - August 2002
Highest UK Chart Position - #15
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