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Score of Anthony Clair
Who was Anthony Clair? Well I don't think this song is about the Psychiatrist but it is a rousing song. The last verse is sung at a much slower pace when the judge sums up the case.

There was a man called Anthony Clair,
And he was a bit of a conjurer,
There wasn't his equal anywhere,
For twisting and turning his balls around.

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For they were large balls, big balls,
They were balls as heavy as lead,
With a dextrous twist of his muscular wrist,
He would swing 'em right over his head,
Ta ra ra boom, ta ra ra boom,
Ta ra ra boom boom boom tiddly boom boom boom boom.

As he was walking down the street,
Little Miss Jones he chanced to meet,
Her faithful hound was at her feet,
Twisting and turning his balls around.

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As he was twisting his balls around,
Down they fell upon the ground,
Right upon the faithful hound,
Twisting and turning his balls around.

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Little Miss Jones she was no sport,
She said she'd take the matter to court,
Because she thought that nobody ought,
To be twisting and turning his balls around.

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Anthony Clair stood in the dock,
He gave the court a hell of a shock,
By insisting on showing the jury his cock,
And twisting and turning his balls around.

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sung slowly
The judge he said this case is clear,
The fine will be one barrel of beer,
For any young fucker who comes in here,
Twisting and turning his balls around.

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