Anthem

THE CHOIRMASTER:
I’m a got-enough, and I’m okay.
I play all night and I work all day.

TEAM:
He’s a got-enough, and he’s okay.
He plays all night and he works all day.

THE HEADMASTER:
I play the game. I write emails.
And groom my goat with joy.
On Fridays I’m in Haydon Bridge
For action with my boys.

TEAM:
He plays the game. He writes emails.
And grooms his goat with joy.
On Fridays he’s in Haydon Bridge
For action with his boys.
He’s a got-enough, and he’s okay.
He plays all night and he works all day.

HERR PROFESSOR DOKTOR:
I play the game. I do research.
Then on the plane I jump.
Those air miles they don’t leave me time
To fumble with my pump.

TEAM:
He plays the game. He does research.
Then on the plane he jumps.
Those air miles they don’t leave him time
To fumble with his pump.
He’s a got-enough, and he’s okay.
He plays all night and he works all day.

THE CHOIRMASTER:
I play the game. I mount my bike.
(Means that and nothing more.)
I oil my cormorant daily,
But shags just leave me sore.

TEAM:
He plays the game. He mounts his bike.
(Means that and nothing more.)
He oils his cormorant daily,
But shags just leave him sore.
He’s a got-enough, and he’s okay.
He plays all night and he works all day.
He’s a got-enough, and he’s okaaaaay.
He plays all night and he works all day.

With apologies to Monty Python and The Lumberjack Song