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World Cup 2010 – Day 21

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 Too busy blowing my vuvuzela
That I ain’t got time to cheer the team.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 They say that it takes all the breath in your lung
To blow out that monotone note.
Whoever invented the thing should be hung
And his body parts fed to a goat.
I hope to dear God it does not catch on here,
Brought home by irresponsible sailors.
Fans in the stands can’t be bothered to cheer,
Cos they’re blowing their damned vuvuzelas.

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 They say they can’t ban them, although they’re absurd
And have gained quite a worldwide abhorrence.
Trapattoni won’t be able to make himself heard
When he’s shouting instructions to Lawrence.
FIFA has said we should show some respect
For their music tradition (I quote)
Music? Forgive my minute intellect
But does that not need more than one note?

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 Oh Lord don’t diminish the roar of the crowd,
The shouting and chanting and singing.
Let hundreds join in in a chorus so loud
It’ll set local fire alarms ringing.
Don’t let human voices become so subsumed
By a swarm of wasps with a loud-hailer.
I pray that its future in Tolka is doomed –
Yes, death to the damned vuvuzela.

5 Leave a comment on verse 5 0 Too busy blowing my vuvuzela
That I ain’t got time to cheer the team.

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Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/world-cup-2010-day-21/