Donkey Riding
 
Traditional
 
Way O and away we go. Donkey riding, Donkey riding.
Way O and away we go, riding on a donkey.
 
Were you ever in Quebec, stowin’ timber on the deck? 
Where ye’d break yer bleedin’ neck, riding on a donkey!
Were you ever off the Horn, where it’s always fine and warm?
Where’s there’s a lion and a unicorn, riding on a donkey.
 
Were you ever in CardiffBay, where the folks all shout, “Hooray!”?”
Here comes Johnny with his six months pay, riding on a donkey.
 
Were you ever in Timbucktoo, where the gals are black and blue?
And they wriggle their arses, too, riding on a donkey.
 
Were you ever in Vallipo, where the gals put on a show? 
Wriggle their arse with a roll and go, riding on a donkey.
 
Wuz ye ever in Canton, where the men wear pigtails long, 
And the gals play hong-ki-kong? riding on a donkey.
 
Wuz ye ever on the Broomielow, where the Yanks are all the go,
And the boys dance heel an’ toe?  riding on a donkey.