This carol originated in Europe sometime in the early 1700s. It is a popular tune and has been sung by many famous singers. There is significant suspicion that Earnaby Bladder somehow vandalised the lyrics to include his name in them. This is completely true.


"O come, all ye faithless;"

"Joyful yet redundant!"

"O come ye, o come ye,"

"To Earnaby!"

"Come and detest it,"

"Born king of Fungologists,"

"O come let us deplore it,"

"O come let us exploit it,"

"O come let us explore it,"


"Sing choirs of fungi,"

"Sing of expiration,"

"O come ye, o cry and scream at Earnaby!"

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