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Topics: Tony Blair, Bee Gees

Tuesday, 9 January 2007

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"For God's sake Tony! Turn that bloody thing down!" Cherie Blair

A bootleg of Tony Blair's jam session with the Bee Gees during his Christmas freebie has appeared tonight on the Internet.

In the session we hear the PM playing some bitchin' licks and demonstrating an even higher falsetto than the brothers Gibb.

The opening track is a cover of Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven. Blair plays the opening chord sequence but comes a bit unstuck and an unidentified voice, believed to be Mr Blair himself, says: "Oh bollocks! I cocked that bit up guys"

Next up is an ironic reworking of the Beatles classic 'Tax Man' with the Premier bellowing out the changed lyric "Tax Man Mr Brown!"

The session closes with an instrumental version of the old Labour anthem 'The Red Flag' played Jimmy Hendrix style on a solo electric guitar. Don't ask as it's bloody littered with mistakes; so much so that the tune his hardly recognisable.

High trouser wearing pop Svengali, Simon Cowell, is said to be trying to secure the rights to the session and if successful then we can expect to see the PM supporting the up coming X Factor UK tour, as a prelude to his first album release upon quitting office in the Summer.

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