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Poor Old Man

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    A poor old man was crossing the road
    Crossing the road, crossing the road
    A poor old man was crossing the road
    When along came a wheelbarrow

    Don't let the wheels of your wheelbarrow
    Your wheelbarrow, your wheelbarrow
    Don't let the wheels of your wheelbarrow
    Run over the poor old man

    A poor old man was crossing the road
    Crossing the road, crossing the road
    A poor old man was crossing the road
    When along came a fish and chip potato van

    Don't let the wheels of
    Your fish and chip potato van, wheelbarrow (3x)
    Don't let the wheels of
    Your fish and chip potato van, wheelbarrow
    Run over the poor old man

    A poor old man was crossing the road
    Crossing the road, crossing the road
    A poor old man was crossing the road
    When along came a trolley bus wi' nae wipers

    Don't let the wheels of
    Your trolley bus wi' nae wipers, fish and chip potato van, wheelbarrow (3x)
    Don't let the wheels of
    Your trolley bus wi' nae wipers
    Fish and chip potato van
    Wheelbarrow
    Run over the poor old man

    A poor old man was crossing the road
    Crossing the road, crossing the road
    A poor old man was crossing the road
    When along came a Glasgow Corporation cart that sooks water oot o' holes
       
    Don't let the wheels of
    Your Glasgow Corporation cart that sooks water oot o' holes
    trolley bus wi' nae wipers, fish and chip potato van, wheelbarrow (3x)
    Your Glasgow Corporation cart that sooks water oot o' holes
    Trolley bus wi' nae wipers
    Fish and chip potato van
    Wheelbarrow
    Run over the poor old man

    (as sung by Iain MacKintosh)

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