Songs from The Smell of Reeves & Mortimer Series 1 endings

Ending song to Smell series 1 episode 1

I love the smell of manure,
I love the smell of the poor,
I love the smell of Frank Muir.

So, come on let’s have a look at it,
come along now let’s have a sniff of it,
come along now let’s have a little bit more.

I love the smell of a flanel,
I love the smell of an old oak panel,
as I love the smell of the hair of a spaniel.

So, come on let’s have a look at it,
come along now let’s have a sniff of it,
come along now let’s have a little bit more.

I love the smell of a minstrel,
I love the smell of Vince Hill,
I love the smell of Spender’s espadrilles.

So, come on let’s have a look at it,
come along now let’s have a sniff of it,
come along now let’s have a little bit,
come along now let’s have a little bit,
come along now let’s have a little bit more.

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Ending song to Smell series 1 episode 2

I love the smell of an onion baji,
I love the smell of Nigel Benn’s car keys,
where as I love the smell of Pol Pott’s dungarees.

So, come on let’s have a look at it,
come along now let’s have a sniff of it,
come along now let’s have a little bit more.

I love the smell of a kung fu,
and I love the smell of my koo-cha-choo,
I love the smell of a hair of a Lulu’s hairdos.

Yes, come on let’s have a look at it,
come along now let’s have a sniff of it,
come along now let’s have a little bit more.

I love the smell of bald boy,
I love the smell of Hoi-paloy,
and I love the smell of shredded corduroy.

So, come on let’s have a look at it,
come along now let’s have a sniff of it,
come along now let’s have a little bit,
come along now let’s have a little bit,
come along now let’s have a little bit more.

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Ending song to Smell series 1 episode 3

I’ve given birth to an ape,
and you’ve given birth to a grape,
I’ve given birth to a tape worm.

So, come on let’s have a look at it,
come along Bob these are your children,
come along now let’s what else I have born.

You’ve given birth to a Ford Fiesta,
I’ve also given birth to Frank Bough’s wife Nesta,
and you’ve given birth to a horse drawn necklace.

So, come along what a lovely family,
yes it is Bob, a really lovely family,
but please Vic let’s not have any more,
let’s have a little bit more,
no really Vic, let’s not have any more.

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Ending song to Smell series 1 episode 4

I love the smell of Fidel Castro,
yes, but he’d be lost without his Flymo,
but electrical appliances don’t promote banana growth.

Good point Bob, let’s have a look at ’em,
pick a bunch Vic let’s have a sniff of ’em,
hmm, smell good Bob, let’s lave a little bit more.

Cuban coffee beans, there’s none finer,
but those beans are useless without my electric coffee bean grinder
oh, Vic, what do you think these Cuban heels are for?

I don’t know Bob, let’s have of cup of it,
I’m sorry Vic I haven't got a kettle in,
hey, no worries, I’ve got one under this beard.

You know Bob you’re right now, I see your vision,
good, then you’re ready to embrace communism,
yes, I’ll open my own private prison.

Cheap labour equals cheap consumer goods,
we’ll smoke cigars in our mansion in the woods,
come along what are we wating for?
come along what are we wating for?
come along what are we wating for?

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Ending song to Smell series 1 episode 6

Can you see me sitting near you?
No I can’t but I can hear you,
and the joy you bring in the songs you sing is dear to me.

Do you remember that little laddy,
adandoned by his daddy,
an orphan boy with just one toy,
an teddybear.

His mother had died in childbirth,
this is often the case with smokers,
a bulbous head, and on his leg, cankers.

He laying dying in this hovel,
that doubles as a brothel, and in his hand,
a telegram from Jesus.

And the telegram said:


Get up, get up, get out of bed,
don’t you worry about your bulbous head,
so he jumped right up and put on his jeans,
’cause that little boy,
that little boy,
that little boy,
was me.

Get up, get up, get out of bed,
clean the teeth in your bulbous head,
put on your specs,
polish your shoes,
comb your hair,
and tuck in your shirt,
put on your clothes,
and straighten your tie,
because tomorrow, tomorrow,
tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow,
you die.

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Ending song to Smell series 1 episode 5

I love the smell of Fidel Castro,
yes, but he’d be lost without his Flymo,
but electrical appliances don’t promote banana growth.

Good point Bob, let’s have a look at ’em,
pick a bunch Vic let’s have a sniff of ’em,
hmm, smell good Bob, let’s lave a little bit more.

Cuban coffee beans, there’s none finer,
but those beans are useless without my electric coffee bean grinder
oh, Vic, what do you think these Cuban heels are for?

I don’t know Bob, let’s have of cup of it,
I’m sorry Vic I haven't got a kettle in,
hey, no worries, I’ve got one under this beard.

You know Bob you’re right now, I see your vision,
good, then you’re ready to embrace communism,
yes, I’ll open my own private prison.

Cheap labour equals cheap consumer goods,
we’ll smoke cigars in our mansion in the woods,
come along what are we wating for?
come along what are we wating for?
come along what are we wating for?

View Ending song to Smell series 1 episode 5
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