Hi, it’s Greenygrey. We’ve reached the second half of the week, so I think it’s about time we had another thrilling episode of Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps to brighten up a late winter day in the northern hemisphere, or dull a late summer day in the southern hemisphere.
This episode continues through the Rose Tattoo discography, using song titles from their second and third albums, after the previous episode focused on their first album; with a little literary nonsense ditty of Grey’s chucked in.
50. ANGRY’s DISCOGRAPHY ILLUMINOSITY
As we hiked back to the others we saw an Assault and Battery, and it inspired Angry to sing that it felt good to be Out Of This Place. But he later said he intended to heed All The Lessons he’d learnt; and as for any pent-up resentment, he’d just Let It Go.
Angry Assuaged, Bonzo Bagpiped
I said that was probably a good attitude, as otherwise he could be Scarred For Life. That inspired Angry to sing that he had a feeling It’s Gonna Work Itself Out, and if we’re not bothered Who’s Got The Cash, We Can’t Be Beaten.
Walk this way
me and Angry
down the beach
until out of reach
of the neighbours
and hard labours.
By the time we reached the outskirts of our destination I felt I knew Angry a lot better, and had become convinced that he’d be a great asset on our epic Ozyssey.
The first sound that reached our lugs on the approach to the King Scote realm was that of bagpipes, and when the player came into view I was shocked to see that it was none other than our Bonzo.
lug – slang for ear.
Rose Tattoo songs: Assault and Battery, Out Of This Place, All The Lessons, Let It Go, Scarred For Life, It’s Gonna Work Itself Out, Who’s Got The Cash, We Can’t Be Beaten.