Friday, 18 September 2009

Those were the days my friend

You absolutely must watch the brilliant video posted at the new Home of the Green Arrow today. Excellent new words to the Mary Hopkins classic.

Click here to watch the video before the YouTube thought gestapo get to it.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

A great video Sarah, this SHOULD be being played on our radio stations 24/7 to wake the sheeple up!...

VicBrit said...

Cracking, brightened up my day anyway, thanks for the link.
VicBrit

INCOMING!!!!!!! said...

Excellent.

Fausty said...

Nicked!

Good find, Sarah,

Dr.D said...

Very good, Sarah. Makes me sad, however.

G.O.T. said...

Fucking brilliant!

Just lovin' those lyrics ;-)

zazie said...

I am new on your site, Sarah ; I will have it among my first choices from now on...Have you watched "├ža sent si bon la France" on Dailymotion ? Roughly the same idea, and the same suffering!
Thanks for the link ; this video brought me a little comfort ; I loved living in England a few decades ago ; nowadays I'd rather not go and see "my" London place invaded by insane-looking muslim demonstrations. To be honest, I no longer go to Paris either.

Sarah Maid of Albion said...

Welcome Zazie

No I haven't seen the Daily Motion version, it sounds fun, do you have a link?

I haven't been to Paris since the early 1990's but I can understand why you don't want to visit London, it is very depressing, and in some ways I am pleased that my parents are no longer here to see it.

Sarah

zazie said...

I am so sorry ; the video I wanted to recommend has "disappeared" ; apparently, the thought gestapo is working at dailymotion too.
I first found it at a French blog called GAELLE MANN ; Google will lead you there....If you can read French, you may be interested.
About the video, Tiberge at Galliawatch knows it too.

Sarah Maid of Albion said...

Hi Zazie

No need to apologise, that happens all the time, the better the video the more likely the thought gestapo will delete it.

I will try and track it down via Google.

Sarah