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Apostrophe Apostasy
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2009 Beckley/Hurst

Mon Feb 02, 2009
Country : Country General
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Apostrophe Apostasy
(©2009 Ronnie Lee Hurst/Bob Beckley)

The word is out in Birmingham: apostrophes must go
From street signs in that UK town, they're banned now don't you know
The city council says it has much better things to do
But I say save our language from those bureaucratic fools

(Chorus):
It's apostrophe apostasy to change our English 'round
Shakespeare's rolling over in his grave
They took a hammer to our grammar and broke our language down
It's apostrophe apostasy, what knaves!

Apostrophes are crucial to the meaning of our words
To take them from where they belong is patently absurd
The spineless types who voted this sure have missed the point
And the pun is much intended for these governmental oinks

(Chorus):
It's apostrophe apostasy to change our English 'round
Shakespeare's rolling over in his grave
They took a hammer to our grammar and broke our language down
It's apostrophe apostasy, what knaves!

(Bridge):
Thank God we have elections, because the next time out
We'll vote to bring queen's English back to town

(Chorus):
It's apostrophe apostasy to change our English 'round
Shakespeare's rolling over in his grave
They took a hammer to our grammar and broke our language down
It's apostrophe apostasy, what knaves!

They took a hammer to our grammar and broke our language down
It's apostrophe apostasy, what knaves!