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We're The Muckers, proper job

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farming types from down here in Cornwall.

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-I'm Sam.

-I'm Lorna.

-I'm Thomas.

-And I'm Matt.

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-Right on!

-And when we're not studying at school or

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working on the farm, we're making vlogs for you guys.

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But today, we'd like to big up William Shakespeare,

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the greatest playwright of all time.

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Not Shakespeare, he's so boring.

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Boring?!

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What do you know about the Bard, Lorna?

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Well, he uses long boring words that no-one understands.

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What's he got to do with us?

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I'd hoped you'd say that. Good day!

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-You're not going to sing a song, are you?

-Right on!

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Drop that Elizabethan flash rack back beat!

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You're not going to change my mind.

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RAP BEAT

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# Now, you might think Shakespeare ain't relevant to you,

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# Language from the past that has nothing to do with modern life

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# Fair language that's lost that you never use at any cost

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# But the things you say, and you may not know it,

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# Are expressions that were totally invented by the poet

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# Every single phrase in the rest of this song

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# Were coined by the Bard # And they trip off the tongue... #

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So, every phrase in the rest of this song was invented by "the Bard"?

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Oh, yeah.

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# Let me break the ice

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# Don't catch a cold # Don't give me short shrift

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# In this brave new world

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# It's a forgone conclusion come what may

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# Because every dog will have its day

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# So, don't send us packing

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# It's a witching time

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# There's no rhyme nor reason # There's a reason it rhymes

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# There's a method to me madness # Give the devil his due

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# And listen to the song # To thine own self be true

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# Shake-dy-speare # Sha-Sha-Sha-Shake-dy-speare

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# Sh-Sh-Shake-dy-speare # Shake-dy-speare

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# Shake-dy-speare

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# Shake

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# I'll where my heart on my sleeve # I'm the milk of human kindness

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# No I've not slept a wink

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# I'll kill you with kindness

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# Can we think of more or am I in a pickle?

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# I'm a laughing stock... #

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Or mistrasisticle?

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# Sha-Sha-Sha-Sh-Shake-dy-speare...#

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Er, actually "mistrasisticle" wasn't invented by the Bard

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but it rhymes, so...

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Breaking the rules on your own song? Are you struggling?

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-COW:

-Work in the rough!

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# Yeah, we're playing fast and loose and fancy free

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# But what's done is done

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# And it's all for thee

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# But in one fell swoop

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# We'll have you in stitches

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# Cos we're stirring your soup # Like Macbeth's three witches

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# Shake-dy-speare # Sha-Sha-Sha-Shake-dy-speare

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# Sh-Shake-dy-speare

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# Shake-dy-speare

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# Shake-dy-speare

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# Shake

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# Shake

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-# Knock, knock!

-Who's there?

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# It's Bill Shakespeare

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# With words that don't melt into thin air.

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# And you say you don't like my stuff, it stinks

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# But the lady doth protest too much, methinks

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# It's all written by the Bard

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# Before he breathed his last

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# And to get this across # I'll fight to the last gasp

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# So, don't lie low

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# Cos when the ill wind blows

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# The naked truth is

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# That the Bard's words flow

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# Sha-Sha-Sha-Sh-Shake-dy-speare

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# Shake-dy-speare # Some bloomin' boy

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# Shake-dy-speare # He's a proper boy

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# Shake-dy-speare # Shake-dy-speare

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-ALL:

-# Shake-dy-speare!

-MATT:

-# Shake! #

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Right on! Proper job.

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-COW:

-Shake!

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OK, OK, I admit it. That was pretty good, actually.

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Yes! We won you over using Shakespeare's own lyrical genius.

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That's the job. We win, we win, we win!

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Yeah, winning's not the be all and end all, Sam.

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Be all and end all - Shakespeare, Macbeth.

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All right, you made your point.

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Hey, handsome job. We win, we win!

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Much ado about nothing, if you ask me.

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Ha! That's what it's called.

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Four Cornish teenage farmers and comedy vloggers sing songs about manure, tractors and Shakespeare.

The rest of the Muckers discover that Lorna thinks Shakespeare is boring, and they try to convince her otherwise with an Elizabethan-influenced rap tune using lyrics taken from Shakespeare's plays.


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