Sweet home Lagan Valley – Javagate the song

A short hash on the classic Sweet home Alabama to cheer up a few annoyed people this day – a parody about Javagate if you will !!

Jeep wheels keep on turning

Carry me home to where I live

Singing songs about the Valley

I miss old Lisburn once again

And I think its a sin, yes

Well I heard a Lisburn MP speak about it

Well, I heard bean and gone got shut down

Well, I hope that MP will remember

A Lisburn man don’t need him around anyhow

Sweet home Lagan Valley

Where the Coffee samples are free

Sweet Home Lagan Valley

Girl, I’m coming home to you

In Lisburn town they love the governor

Now we all did what we could do

Now Javagate does not bother me

Does your conscience bother you?

Tell the truth

Sweet home Lagan Valley

Where the Coffee samples are free

Sweet Home Lagan Valley

Girl, I’m coming home to you

Here I come Lisburn City

Now Bean and Gone has got the twitters

And they’ve been known have a follower  or two

Boy those coffee’s tastes so great

They pick me up when I’m feeling blue

Now how about you?

Sweet home Lagan Valley

Where the Coffee samples are free

Sweet Home Lagan Valley

Girl, I’m coming home to you

Oh sweet home baby

Where the coffee samples are free,

And the governor’s could be true,

Sweet Home Lagan Valley

Lordy Lord, I’m coming home to you Yea, yea the people’s got the answer

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6 Comments on “Sweet home Lagan Valley – Javagate the song”

  1. iamtheeviltwin says:

    cute. the plural of coffee is coffees. you and your grammar. Yes, I am a nerd and I like it that way!

  2. Do people even refer to it as coffees ? or rather, two cups of coffee please ?!?

  3. iamtheeviltwin says:

    Yes, people here say “a coffee” or “two coffees”. Because you’re all weird!

  4. and what do you crazy Americans say ?

  5. I am mildly disturbed…

  6. iamtheeviltwin says:

    we say “cup of coffee”. or, “would you like to go for coffee”. it’s a grammar thing..has to do with how you use “stuff”. Like flour, sugar, milk, water, rice…whatever. Brits seem to take the liquid drinks as a thing, like “a coffee, a water”…without reference to the required volume. It’s techinically wrong, but hey…English is a screwed up language. :-)


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