I think I did it again. Asked you to believe It’s sloppy accounting, Oh baby; It might seem like a fix, But please don’t treat me Like a criminal Cause to lose all my expenses... That would really devastate me. Oh, baby; baby.
Oops! ... I did it again. I filed the receipts And put in two claims For the same item, baby. Oops!... You think I'm a fraud But it’s all above board... I'm really innocent.
You see my problem is this: I've claimed for some things That I suppose technically didn’t exist And too much council tax, Then redacted the forms And covered my tracks. But to lose all my expenses... That would really devastate me. Baby, oh.
Oops! ... I did it again. I played with the system Got lost in the game. Oh, baby; baby. Oops!... You think I'm a fraud But it’s all above board... I'm really innocent.
Macheath, the notorious highwayman, has retired from a life of crime and can now be found behind the bar of Peachum's Tavern, favourite haunt of the rakes, rogues and vagabonds of 18th century Newgate and setting of 'The Beggars' Opera'. Visitors are always welcome; help yourself to a virtual tankard of ale and read on...
The frenzied leaping about on the clip is exceeded only by the twitching and jerking of the politicians trying to explain all those errors of judgement.ReplyDelete