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Horrible Histories – The Tudors lyrics
Anyone whose lived around these parts,
Or ever knew'd us,
Is well aware that you should never mess with the Tudors.
My Grandad Henry Seventh,
He beat King Richard,
That's him pictured,
Defeating the Tyke.
He liked his name so much that,
To keep alive is memory,
He called his own son Henry,
What was he like!
Everyone said Hen-er-y the eighth was a baddy,
I have to agree,
Even though he was my daddy.
(Just popping of to chop some wives.)
Cos we're Tudors,
Britain's biggest feuders,
And just like barracudas,
We kill with methods foul.
Each enemy a Judas,
At least we're not as rude as,
Simon Cowell.
My reign was quite notorious,
I liked to hunt and slaughter,
But then you had a daughter,
Mary was her name,
It was a son I wanted,
So I divorced her mother,
Then wife two had another,
A girl? Not again!
(That's me your talking about! )
Superior to you duh,
Who followed me as ruler,
Best not to ask.
It must have been my laddie,
Yes sicky little Eddie,
Was I'll and soon got deady
And who came next?
Your daughters then took over,
First came Bloody Mary,
My sisters rule was scary,
So all hail meeeeeee
The history books reviewed us,
As nutters and big bruisers,
Who kill and cull.
I never had an heir,
So our reign ended there,
We my not have been fair,
But we were never dull:)

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    This song is telling the story of the rise and fall of the Tudor period in great Britain starting with henry vii after he beat king Richard iii in the war of the roses and finishes with Elizabeth I who died with out a husband or a child so no heir could follow her so it went to her cousins son James the vi of Scotland who became James I of England.
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