Spoof Chris de Burgh song in which the monobrowed purveyor of ultimate filth pictures himself as the saviour of all the beautiful women in the world.
Daytime Drum ‘n’ Bass Babylon
Bill sets out-of-context quotes from daytime television presenters to a pulsating beat.
An overly dark children’s rock song about an owl.
Lyrics to a French ambulance siren, describing the plight of two lovers caught in a tree.
Bill suggests a revision of the Countdown theme tune using an Irish lilt.
Bill produces his own music for a wildlife documentary, in which lions lick their lips at the thought of only the crumbliest, flakiest chocolate.
Midnight in Parliament Square
Spoof Phil Collins song criticising the government for their lack of concern about the homeless, as well as a number of stray cats, dogs and, apparently, amoebas. Requires much audience participation in the form of animal calls.
Unisex Chip Shop (Live Version 2)
Spoof Billy Bragg song in which he attempts to rescue a female chip-shop worker from an oppressive, misogynist regime.
A reworking of the classic fairy tale, in the style of Slayer.