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A Heathen in New Zealand
Parody. Tune: Sting, "Englishman in New York"     MIDI (45 KB, external link)

 I don't do Christmas, I do Yule, old chap.
 I like my mead served in a horn.
 I make a toast, whilst I raise it in my hand,
 I'm a Heathen in New Zealand.

Hear me boasting at the blot last Winternight,
You lot are six months out of synch.
Now I'm lying on the beach and getting tanned,
I'm a Heathen in New Zealand.

Ooo-oh, not an Asatru, nor a Neo-pagan,
I'm a Heathen in New Zealand.

  Matt Kiessling 20/12/04

 

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