Brian Asshat, Chutney on The Frtiz's grammar pedant in residence has decided that it is time that he thought twice, because, as it stands, things aren't alright.
'Like most of us starting on the folk scene in the 1960s, we expected that our words of wisdom would change the world, but they haven't. I mean, I don't write my music or songs, I just play Don't Think Twice (it's Alright) and Streets of London by Ralph McTell. I am a hardcore fan of Ralph's, I remember him before he sold out to appear on Tickle on the Tum. Anyway, it is really the same song, same chords etc, so I don't do that much really.'
While another singer got up on the stage and wowed the audience with Anji, May You Never, and a haunting rendition of Wild Mountain Thyme, Brian continued:
'Anyway, things aren't alright, are they? So I think I will think twice, about the world, and Noreen Brassingthwaite, the woman I mooned over pathetically in my teens'.