Song: Should I Leave my Violent Husband for a Man I Met On Line?

Song: Should I Leave my Violent Husband for a Man I Met On Line?

(5m)   by k.r.johnson
 

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The headline on the agony page (p 55) of The Daily Mail, 10 April 2010,
was "Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?" You
can sing that headline to the tune of "Does your chewing gum lose its
flavour on the bed post overnight?" by the great Lonnie Donegan:

Oh yes, oh no, oh dear,
The answer isn't clear
I hear your voices, I've got to make tough choices
I'm really in a stew
I don't know what to do
So please tell me the answer, even if it's forty two.

Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?
Though my mum says don't desert him, you can work things out in time
And my dad thinks he's a pervert and he lives a life of crime,
Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?

I wrote to my MP
He wrote back, Vote for me!
Think with precision, and take the right decision
Now hear me when I say
You cannot find your way
You're trapped in a dilemma. Should you go or should you stay?

Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?
For my husband kicks and punches and attacks me all the time,
I've a new man in Nigeria. The weather there is fine,
Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?

I went to PC World
A story thus unfurled
Their young assistant, Looked cold and rather distant
He said, Let's think of you,
You're pure as morning dew,
But I can't help you much because I haven't got a clue.

Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?
My new lover sends me sexy texts and emails all the time,
While my husband is a vicious man who tried to break my spine,
Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?

Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?
My new man can make me happy but he won't wait for all time,
Now I've written to the papers and the world can hear me whine,
Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?

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The headline on the agony page (p 55) of The Daily Mail, 10 April 2010, was "Should I leave my violent husband for a man I met on line?" You can sing that headline to the tune of "Does your chewing gum lose its flavour on the bed post overnight?" by the great Lonnie Donegan:

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5m Comedy Skits - Song: Should I Leave my Violent Husband for a Man I Met On Line?