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There’s a Brexit hymn.
Twitter user and comic book creator John Allison found the offending article of paper the song sheet on a train, and called it "one of the most astonishing things I have ever happened across".
Written by an anonymous Brexiteer, the song beats its proud chest and talks of "bright horizons [and] golden future".
It’s not like the health secretary admitted the government is stockpiling medicine and blood in case of a no-deal or anything.
The song advises that ‘trade is the thing’ and calls Scotland – who voted to remain – a ‘bitter voice’ that won’t be listened to.
Wales is also in that category, even though they voted Leave...
@badmachinery @indiaknight Bloody hell. And the almost obligatory factual error. Wales voted to Leave. — Andrew Paterson (@Andrew Paterson)
The tweet has generated much discussion on Twitter, and many people were confused about its origins...
@badmachinery Who is Nancy Solo? And if so, is she? — James Page (@James Page)
@badmachinery @davelee1968 I WANT TO HEAR THE TUNE. AND WHO THE FUCK IS ‘NANCY’??? — Emma Clarke (@Emma Clarke)
@JimMFelton @Madame_LazRagz @badmachinery “A Brexit Hymn” by Thomasina Chatham https://t.co/Vag6dtrwp1 — Nick Harvey (@Nick Harvey)
@mrnickharvey @Madame_LazRagz @badmachinery Your song was too catchy and now I support Brexit. — James Felton (@James Felton)
@emmabclarke Can you read it in a sexy, Brexity voice, please? — Dave Lee (@Dave Lee)
@badmachinery @penelopecrayon Read this on the bus to work and I’ve just been sick. — James (@James)
@badmachinery @JimMFelton Is this from the new musical 'Theresa May and her Amazing Technicolour Bullshit'? — Ben Fletcher (@Ben Fletcher)
We have questions, least of which is: did Nancy get her solo?
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