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in the series i'd have to say the coconut song, sucha great classic, after that the lumberjack song.


that was NOT monty python!!!!


http://69.49.140.245/mp/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=570

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wait who is it?

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I like "always look on the bright side of life", the opening music of the meaning of life, the music of the universe at the same movie and many others: evry sperm, opening of life of Brian, brave sir Robin.
PS:who sings the opening music of the meaning of life is Eric Idle, isn't he?


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s'right.

it's eric.

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The "Every sperm is sacred" song and of course the Lumberjack song!

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My top 5ish
1 - Always Look on the Bright Side of Life (musically a great song, a wonderful way of ending a brilliant film and basically a great piece of advice)
2 - Every Sperm is Sacred
3 - Lumberjack Song
4 - Medical Love Song
5 - Knights of the Round Table / Sit on My Face / Brave Sir Robin / Brian Song / Galaxy Song / Spam Song / Meaning of Life and of course the one that Celine Dion sings during the end credits to "Life of Brian Part II" (I forget the title).


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just rediscovered graham singing:

If I were not in the CID
Something else I'd like to be
If I were not in the CID
A window cleaner, me!
With a rub-a-dub-dub and a scrub-a-dub-dub
And a rub-a-dub all day long
With a rub-a-dub-dub and a scrub-a-dub-dub
I'd sing this merry song!


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Brother Maynard wrote:
My top 5ish
1 - Always Look on the Bright Side of Life (musically a great song, a wonderful way of ending a brilliant film and basically a great piece of advice)
2 - Every Sperm is Sacred
3 - Lumberjack Song
4 - Medical Love Song
5 - Knights of the Round Table / Sit on My Face / Brave Sir Robin / Brian Song / Galaxy Song / Spam Song / Meaning of Life and of course the one that Celine Dion sings during the end credits to "Life of Brian Part II" (I forget the title).

uh :shock: is there a second part of life of Brian??!!!


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h is there a second part of life of Brian??!!!


You didn't know? :o Graham Chapman was brilliant playing a dead Brian. It started after his skeleton was lowered from the cross and then throughout the film it was constantly being dropped around and bits being stolen by hungry dogs and carnivorous evil goats. And that date with Marilyn Monroe's ashes! Just bleedin' hilarious! Carl French couldn't have done it better.

(Sir Robin, I was kidding. No hard feelings, ok?)


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Brother Maynard wrote:
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h is there a second part of life of Brian??!!!


You didn't know? :o Graham Chapman was brilliant playing a dead Brian. It started after his skeleton was lowered from the cross and then throughout the film it was constantly being dropped around and bits being stolen by hungry dogs and carnivorous evil goats. And that date with Marilyn Monroe's ashes! Just bleedin' hilarious! Carl French couldn't have done it better.

Yeah I saw that..i think it was called 'saving brian's privates'...Neil Diamond stepped in at the last moment to fund it because 'he just wanted to seethe movie.' He never did though.


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Gambolputty wrote:
just rediscovered graham singing:

If I were not in the CID
Something else I'd like to be
If I were not in the CID
A window cleaner, me!
With a rub-a-dub-dub and a scrub-a-dub-dub
And a rub-a-dub all day long
With a rub-a-dub-dub and a scrub-a-dub-dub
I'd sing this merry song!


"if i were not a barrister an, engine driver i'd be!
with a chuff-chuff-chuff and a chuff-chuff-chuff....."

*crickets chirping*

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Brother Maynard wrote:
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h is there a second part of life of Brian??!!!


You didn't know? :o Graham Chapman was brilliant playing a dead Brian. It started after his skeleton was lowered from the cross and then throughout the film it was constantly being dropped around and bits being stolen by hungry dogs and carnivorous evil goats. And that date with Marilyn Monroe's ashes! Just bleedin' hilarious! Carl French couldn't have done it better.

(Sir Robin, I was kidding. No hard feelings, ok?)



had me going for a bit there.

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