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December 18, 2013
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Carol 1

We three men in stocking masks are
Taking things you treasure by car
Rope and silk scarf, tape and wet cloth
Making you stay apart

O rope on wrist and rope on legs
Cleave gag making you mutely beg
Safe now empty, we have plenty
Now to see what’s in our bags

Pearls and gold you love to adorn
Now I’ll take them for me to own
Do not worry, you can’t stop me
not with you trussed tight

O rope on wrist and rope on legs
Cleave gag making you mutely beg
Safe now empty, we have plenty
Now to see what’s in our bags

From your safe you coins have I
Doubloons rich and more besides
Stamps of rarity, they’ll raise plenty
Thank you, and please don’t cry

O rope on wrist and rope on legs
Cleave gag making you mutely beg
Safe now empty, we have plenty
Now to see what’s in our bags

Here I have a smell to swoon
Help you sleep as I make you
breath in deeply, eyes so heavy
It will be morning soon

O rope on wrist and rope on legs
Cleave gag making you mutely beg
Safe now empty, we have plenty
Now to see what’s in our bags

Glorious is our haul tonight
While you now sleep side by side
Mum and Daughter, slumber softly
As we slip into the night

O rope on wrist and rope on legs
Cleave gag making you mutely beg
Safe now empty, we have plenty
Now to see what’s in our bags

Carol 2

He came upon the midnight clear,
As I stirred in my bed,
And as his gloved hand touched my lips,
I heard his message clear:
"Peace be to you, my little one
Now do not make a sound!"
I stared at him, eyes open wide
And made a mumbling sound.

He took my hands into his own,
And held them there in prayer;
And then I heard a ripping sound
and saw the grey tape there:
As he secured them palm to palm
I could not really breath,
And when he laid my taped wrists down
He smiled, and said “Not a sound.”

Well then he lifted them o’er my head,
And taped them to the board,
Before he moved my duvet off
To show my nightdress clear;
And as he crossed and taped my legs
Around my ankles thin;
I knew I was stuck there for the night
And watched him take my things.

But as he went to take his leave,
He saw me stare at him,
And as he said “Just one more thing,”
I let my eyes both close,
So though my mouth is covered in tape
and he has now long gone,
I still think of his last thing stole
And wish he had taken more.

Carol 3

Hear the alarm bells start a-ringing,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding
Hope can rise of help arriving,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding

I can’t free the tight zipped plastic,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding.
And my leg’s gone into spasm,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding

See the empty vault before us,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding
Scream out loud and join the chorus.
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding

But the cloth mutes all our efforts,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding
And the tape just makes it softer,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding

Fastly now the blue light passes,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding
Flashing through the frosted glasses,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding


Scream we thankful, all together,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding ding
Now th eolice have finally come here,
Ring a ding a ding, a ding ding DING!

Carol 4

Silent night, quiet night
In my room, side by side
Ropes enclosing ankles and legs
Face buried downwards in my bed
Trying to get her free
Trying to get her free

Silent night, quiet night!
The masked man bound and gagged her tight
Tears are streaming down her face
As she looks at me and prays
Someone will set us free
Someone will set us free

Silent night, quiet night
What’s that I see, in a glint of light
Shuffling over and rolled on my side
Gripping the blade and sawing with might
Finally my arms are free
And now, my love, you are free

Carol 5

We thank you for behaving;
And hope that you will stay brave;
We wish you a pleasant evening and a swift rescue.
Those ropes are so tight, you’ll stay there tonight;
So please do nto struggle and stay in your place.

Oh, do not try to cry out;
Oh, do not try to cry out;
Oh, do not try to cry out or you will be sick
There’s sponge in your mouth;
and a nice knotted cloth;
And tape all around it, so please don’t cry out

So enjoy this time together;
And remember you have each other;
We wish you a pleasant evening and a swifffttt Rescue!.
These things just sometimes pop into your head - enjoy some seasonal classics - altered a little...
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:icongolavus:
I'd like to see the faces on the parishioners if this was the carol sheet handed out on Christmas morning. Well done
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:iconknottysilkscarf:
I just hope I don't start singing these versions at the party...Oops! 
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ugiel Dec 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
This will definitely great Christmas :D
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David-presents Dec 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I can see what's going on in your mind when the carollers knock on your door!
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:iconkp-presents:
Actually, we don't get that many - usually the only ones are the Rotary collecting...
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