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DAY TRIP TO BANGOR (Debbie Cook) Fiddler's Dram - 1979 Cathy & The Cucumbers - 1980 The Barron Knights - 1980 Jasper Carrott - 1981 (Parody version titled "Day Trip To Blackpool") Barley Bree - 1985 Didn't we have a lovely time the day we went to Bangor A beautiful day, we had lunch on the way and all for under a pound you know But on the way back I cuddled with Jack and we opened a bottle of cider Singin' a few of our favourite songs as the wheels went around Do you recall the thrill of it all as we walked along the sea front Then on the sand we heard a brass band that played the diddlely-bump-terrara Elsie and me had one cup of tea, then we took a paddler boat out Splashing away as we sailed down the bay and the wheels went 'round Didn't we have a lovely time the day we went to Bangor A beautiful day, we had lunch on the way and all for under a pound you know But on the way back I cuddled with Jack and we opened a bottle of cider Singin' a few of our favourite songs as the wheels went around Wasn't it nice eating chocolate ice as we strolled around the fun-fair Then we ate eels in a big ferris wheel as we sailed above the ground, but then We had to be quick 'cause Elsie felt sick and we had to find somewhere to take her I said to her lad, what made her feel bad was the wheel going 'round Didn't we have a lovely time the day we went to Bangor A beautiful day, we had lunch on the way and all for under a pound you know But on the way back I cuddled with Jack and we opened a bottle of cider Singin' a few of our favourite songs as the wheels went around Elsie and me, we finished our tea and said goodbye to the seaside Then on the bus, Flo said to us, "Oh, isn't it a shame to go Wouldn't it be grand to have cash on demand and to live like this for always Oh, it makes me feel ill, when I think of the mill and the wheels going 'round" Didn't we have a lovely time the day we went to Bangor A beautiful day, we had lunch on the way and all for under a pound you know But on the way back I cuddled with Jack and we opened a bottle of cider Singin' a few of our favourite songs as the wheels went around Yadda-aah-laddle-aah-aah-dah-laddle-aah-dee-lah-dah-dah-dah-dah ******************** Parody version as recorded by JASPER CARROTT: DAY TRIP TO BLACKPOOL Didn't we have a miserable time the day we went to Blackpool An 'orrible day, we got drunk on the way And spent our money on chips and bingo Hour after hour we spent in a bar and we drank a barrel of cider And on the way back I was sick over Jack And the rain came down Oh, do you recollect the havoc we wrecked as we vandalised the sea front Sydney the punk, he lost a chunk from his head when he nutted a parking meter I'll never forget all the fish that we eat as we staggered round the fairground We distributed eels from the big ferris wheel And the rain came down Oh, do you recall the thrill of it all as we organised a gang bang Under the pier, a bottle of beer and an inflatable doll called Vinyl Vera It ruptured the two at the front of the queue and then it came to my turn But I couldn't begin 'cause the tide had come in And the rain came down Oh, Eric and Sid, they bet us a quid they could climb the Blackpool Tower Newcastle brown made Eric fall down, we carried him into a Wimpy bar Sydney threw up right into his cup and we had to call the waiter Then Eric was ill right all over his bill And the rain came down Oh, Eric and me, we wanted a pee, so we climbed upon the bandstand We recycled booze all over our shoes and quite a lot over the band as well We jumped into our car but we didn't get far 'cause a policeman waved us down We must have been out of our brain 'cause we came down by train And the rain came down Didn't we have a miserable time the day we went to Blackpool An 'orrible day, we got drunk on the way And spent our money in magistrates fines We stood in the dock 'till at least three o'clock and the jury found us guilty We were fined two and six 'cause the judge was half pissed And the rain came down And the rain came down (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - April 2015)

    


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