Ya Tickled Ma Bum.

by Bruce Dick
(Scotland)


Ya tickled ma bum, in the clothing store lift,
I stepped back from you, and gave you short shrift,

Ya tickled ma bum, at the supermarket checkout,
I wanted to still you, and give you a knockout.

Ya tickled ma bum as we stood for a bus,
the shelter was packed, I was so embarassed for us.

Ya tickled ma bum, at Uncle Willie's wake,
good God woman! how much more of this, can one man take.

Ya tickled ma bum, but you went over the score,
I turned and said," For Pete' sakes Mum, I'm sixtyfour

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