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Song Parodies -> "I Wish it Could be Brexit Every Day"

Original Song Title:

"I Wish it Could be Christmas Every Day"

Original Performer:

Wizzard

Parody Song Title:

"I Wish it Could be Brexit Every Day"

Parody Written by:

John Davison

The Lyrics

When Cameron calms down
He’ll have a good reason to frown,
He put a great big smile across Farage’s face.
And so it soon was plain to see,
From Article Fifty,
That some work needed doing at an extraordinary pace.

Oh I wish it could be Brexit every day
When the Polish builders put their tools away,
Though their jobs are incomplete
There will be dancing in the street,
Let the flags fly free for Brexit.

Now when a Minister resigns
He has to write some heartfelt lines,
To let his colleagues know what led him to break free.
Well just what aspects of his brief
Upset his conscience or caused grief?
Then the leader writers revel in the rising instability!

Don’t you fear we might hear Brexit every day
While the civil servants’ hair is turning grey?
Help me quarantine this calf
’Cause we don’t do things by half,
And hear the sirens sound for Brexit.

When the coffee parlours close
Then I hope somebody knows
How to stop their workers packing to go east.
There’s a risk they’ll bear a grudge
About Theresa’s tacky fudge
As the truck drivers swear at the overworked police.

Yes I wish it could be Brexit every day
When the Polish builders put their tools away,
Though their jobs are incomplete
There will be dancing in the street,
Let the flags fly free for Brexit.

I bet your husband was excited
To learn John Redwood had been knighted,
And now you’re sailing south from Poole to catch some crabs.
I’ll soon be eating cheese with Branston
In a lorry park at Manston
With a thousand truckers sleeping in their cabs!

Oh I wish it could be Brexit every day
So the Catholics and Muslims cease to pray,
Now Mount Etna has erupted
And free trade’s interrupted,
Let the flags fly free for Brexit.

Why won’t you lose your job for Brexit?
Branston is an abbreviation of Branston Pickle ®1929, a savoury food product made initially by Crosse & Blackwell in Suffolk in 1922, and currently by Mizkan Euro Limited, based on the 2nd Floor, Building 10, 566 Chiswick Business Park, London, W4 5XS. Brexit is a contraction of the phrase "Britain is exiting the European Union" in common usage within Europe and the financial services sector since 1995. In that initial context, "Britain" actually meant the United Kingdom rather than Great Britain.

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