Scotch whisky song
Here's something to sing at your next single malt tasting session. It's called "Goin' Through the Malt" and goes to the tune of "Comin' Through the Rye".
Lift up your glass and join lustily in the chorus!
O Macallan, good Macallan, tastes of sherry wine,
I could drink it by the gallon, it's so smooth and fine.
How I love my dram of whisky, and I think it no fault,
That ev'ry night I'm at the bar a-goin' through the malt.
O Glenlivet, good Glenlivet, fruity, light and sweet,
I will take it if you give it, and I'll drink it neat. (CHORUS)
Lagavulin, Lagavulin, smoky and complex,
I adore it (I'm not foolin') almost more than sex. (CHORUS)
Cragganmore, O Cragganmore, a whisky of renown,
I could drink a flagon more, but that would knock me down. (CHORUS)
Auchentoshan, Auchentoshan, pride of Glasgow town,
Fill my glass if you've a notion, I'll not turn it down. (CHORUS)
Tobermory, Tobermory, from the isle of Mull,
Ev'ry swallow tells a story, nutty, sweet and full. (CHORUS)
Highland Park, O Highland Park from Orkney is a treat,
And it bears the island's mark of heather and of peat. (CHORUS)
O Laphroaig, the great Laphroaig, the Islay malt sublime,
Though it's worthy of my song, it's bloody hard to rhyme. (CHORUS)
Johnnie Walker, Johnnie Walker, here's a toast to you,
When I'm poor I drink Red Label, someday I'll drink Blue. (CHORUS)
Well, that's all I have so far. Any of you creative types want to come up with some more verses?