The Bells were Ringing

I've come again!
I'm a mad dog this time,
And I'll bite ye, if y'don't be quiet...
Awow!
That'll give you a warnin', won't it?

My name is John Willie, the youngest of ten,
There's five of us girls, and there's five of us men,
If Mother had liked, p'raps she might have had more,
But Pa ran away wit'lady next door...

And the bells were ringing the old year out, and the new year in.
And the bells were ringin...
...Where's them bells? Just ring them bells for me.
(Loud bells ring three times)
No, no, don't do it... don't do it, please, no.
I don't like 'em. I'll 'ave me own bell...
(Rings tiny, quiet bell)
Two small whiskeys!

Now we found a cat, it's coat was so black,
We 'ad 'im three weeks, so we christened 'im Jack,
Four kittens we found, I thought 'somethin's a-miss,'
We did call him Jack, but we now call him Pip,
And the bells were ringing the old year out, and the new year in.

There's no bells this time.
Because they've all sold out at'public 'ouse.
So it's no use botherin' is it?
Get ready now, boys, next time, go on, love!

Young Jimmy Brown, with a straw for a joke,
Laughed as he tickled his grandfather's mug,
He kept on teasin', and thought it a treat,
But the donkey careered and kicked 'im on the...
...Bells were ringing the old year out, yaha...

...(Bursts out laughing)
That was very funny, was it? Aha.
I don't think that was right though...
No it wasn't right, no.
Was, er, 'The bells were ringing the old year out, but the donkey careered and kicked him on the...
...Bells were ringing the old year out, and the new year in.'
That's what it should've been!