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Kelly Savalas Jul 20
Doctor Singh asked Dr Song to him a song that he knew
So Dr Song sang to Dr Singh a song he could sing a long too
©️ Copyright Steven Kelly 2021
Kelly Savalas Jul 15
I knew two Jews who were reading the news
I knew two Jews who sat on two pews
I knew two Jews who were tying their shoes
I knew two Jews that we’re rocking the blues
I knew two Jews that solved all the clues
I knew two Jews who made two brews
I knew two Jews who stole two chews
I knew two Jews who expressed their views
I knew two jews who were stood in two queues
I knew two Jews who liked the *****
I knew two Jews and one had a bruise
I knew two Jews who had paid their dews
I knew two Jews who went on a cruise
I knew two Jews who were so confused by this ridiculous poem
About 2 Jews.

I knew two Jews who had a sense of humour
One of those Jews died of a brain tumour
I knew two Jews who were good business men
One of those Jews just started again
I knew one Jew who needed a pooh
That very same jew got stuck in the loo
I knew one Jew who got lost in the fog
I knew one Jew a rabi in the synagogue
I knew one jew who thought he saw his **** on a cig
I knew one jew who could dance a jig
I knew one jew who shouted ****** dooby doo
I knew one jew who used a snooker cue
I knew one jew who went aye aye aye
I knew one jew who was scared to fly
I knew one who was sat on a bus
A woman came up and made a fuss
I knew one jew who had a fat ****
He farted real loud it was an absolute farce
I knew one jew who didn’t have a clue by this ridiculous poem about one jew
Kelly Savalas Jun 27
Tree tops glizzen with snow
The temperature has dropped to below zero
It’s cold so very cold
© Copyright Steven Kelly 2021
Kelly Savalas Jun 27
The Rays from the sun
Burning hot from above and the heat
Leaves marks on my skin
© Copyright Steven Kelly 2021
Kelly Savalas Jan 13
Yesterday was another day that just passed me by.

Today I think and I ask myself why

Tomorrow will be here even though it never really comes.

I sit I reminisce I remember the hard look stories told to me from the people in the slums
© Copyright Steven Kelly 2021
Liverpool is the city of culture and fun. The Beatles, Ken Dodd, & the bands on the run.The Mersey Beats, the cobbled streets. A pan of scouse on the stove overheats. Gerry was on the ferry that took him across the Mersey, Young kids on the streets playing football and they wear the red jersey, or is it the blue, or is it the white.

The Albert Dock, Mathew street, Kenny Dalglish was light on his feet. A Scottish footballer full of tricks, And a city mourns for the ninety-six. Duncan McKenzie left the fans in a frenzy. Dixie Dean was a goal-scoring machine. A player, unlike anything you’d ever seen.

George Harrison and Richard Starkey joined two fellas named Lennon & McCartney. There was Cilla black no let’s get it right her real name was Pricilla White. Marty Hopkirk and Reggie Perrin, Hannah Lightbody is a forgotten heroine. Now, Sir Alfred Jones, he made no bones about Sultanas. Sorry Scrap that I meant to say Bananas.

Paul O'Grady dressed like a lady with the name Lilly Savage. Hilda Ogden dressed as a lady she was just average. There was an engineer called John Alexander Brodie and the actor  Lewis Collins played a character called Bodie.

And a man called Cyril who wasn’t from the Wirral he wrote a book at the time it was set in Liverpool in the 1800s it was called the Onedin Line. Now it sounds absurd that the Liverbird would just fly away and on Bold Street, in 1809 they formed the R.S.P.C.A.

In 1912 the country was in a panic as news filtered through about the sinking of the Titanic. 1913 The first black mayor of London was a scouser named John Richard Archer, 1922 was the year for his departure.

in Liverpool some people are smarmy. It’s where Bob Marley's dad joined the British Army. Books go on sale by the sisters Bronte. In Liverpool, there was a boxer by the name of John Conteh

From crosswords to dinky toys to the happy faces of girls and the boys from John Lennon Airport and planes photographed. To an invention on Wallasey, they call the Hovercraft.

Scotland Road and Tatton Park The sounds from the trees are those of the lark. You’ll Never walk alone through the wind or the rain.
Liverpool is a great city, again and again with music, Football and a cultural past from this Mancunian, I raise a glass.





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© Copyright Steven Kelly 2020
Kelly Savalas Oct 2020
Malky, Malky, the old Scottish alcky
From the island of old Loch McGlynn
Malky, Malky, the old Scottish alcky
Drowns his sorrows with a bottle of gin.
Never mind that he drinks
Never mind that he stinks
He’s Malky from old Loch McGlynn

Malky, Malky, the old Scottish alcky
He’s from the island of old Loch McGlynn
Malky, Malky, the old Scottish alcky
He Remembers his own kith and kin.
His eyes are blurred.
His words are slurred.
He’s Malky from old Loch McGlynn.

Malky, Malky, the old Scottish alcky
From the island of old Loch McGlynn
Malky, Malky, the old Scottish alcky
He is hollow and so very thin
He looks out across the water
He remembers his daughter
He’s Malky from old Loch McGlynn

Malky, Malky, the old Scottish alcky
From the island of old Loch McGlynn
Malcky, Malcky, the old Scottish alcky
He is drunk through his bottle of gin
There’s a tear in his eye
His daughter she died
On the island of old Loch McGlynn.

Malky, Malky, the old Scottish alcky
From the island of old Loch McGlynn
Malky, Malky, the old Scottish alcky
He wondered if he’d committed a sin.
He looks to the sky
He asks himself why
He's Malky from old Loch McGlynn
©️ Copyright Steven Kelly 2020
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