The tale of an unemployed Scotsman, William McGonagall whose ambition was to become England's Poet Laureate. One minor drawback is that his poetry is terrible. Written by
Steve Crook <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
William Topaz McGonagall was, in fact, a real poet. He is considered the worst poet ever, and Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers read his poems to one another frequently. See more
Is anything worn under the kilt?
No, everything is in working order.
Lyrics by John Newton
Music by William Walker See more