We’ve joined the entertainers,
It’s quite a lot of fun,
They’re doing shows for old folks homes,
For people who cannot run.
Most of them are getting on,
Yet like to make folk happy,
They listen hard to what Paul says,
He’s really like their pappy.
Next year they’re appearing at the Queen’s,
To do a musical show,
It’s good or so it seems,
Shame I wont be in the front row.
All the old songs they do sing,
So they wont be forgotten,
When done on the stage their voices do ring,
Hope no one says they are wrong.
We’re really quite happy,
The men are such a giggle,
When they are performing,
Their bums begin to wiggle.
The ladies they are more petite,
Sedate and really lovely,
To watch them singing is a special treat,
They’re cute and bright and bubbly.
We’re glad that we have joined,
They’re a right motley crew,
Sometimes they get their feet mixed up,
And don’t know what to do,
A bit of practise puts it right,
Then they’re brilliant on the night.