Blog: Save the pub (and buy some ear plugs)
Chris Mercer | 16 June 2010
Just when you thought things couldn't get worse for UK pubs, someone has released a country rock song in their honour.
Songwriter Bob James has penned the ditty, concisely titled "What Can We Do Now (Save The Great British Pub)".
Ploughing through a well-trodden rockabilly chord sequence, the song's chorus kicks in with: "What can we do now, we can have some fun, what can we do now, down the pub..."
You can download the song here. Ear defenders are not included.
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