One day as I was sitting ,sitting on the loo,
I was bloody skint wi living on the broo,
I came to wash my hands,i had a dreat plan,
Ill invent Willie Washers,for the people of this land,
we are the willie washers,well wash your blues away,
yes we are the willie washers,well wash your blues away.
I finished my invention,and whipped it out to sell,
I took it to the council,they thought that it was swell,
but where will will it be hanging,they asked of me,
Oh! Just to the left of where you pee.
sothe council hung them up in every single loo,
for twenty pence a time,yopu know what you can do,
throw your leg to the left,shove your money right in,
you could hae a wash,you could hae a rinse.
Soon the word got round,willie washers in the loo,
you couldnae find a toilet,that didnae hae a queue,
and you could save some money wi a long term plan,
get your discount card,fae the lavvy man.
All around the country in this great land,
youd find a willie washer,to the left of where you stand,
they had to open clinics,the addiction was so bad,
the men were spending all, the wages that they had.
now the women of this country , they loudly did rebel,
the men have willie washers, we want them as well,
equality the call, it was there right,
tae spend twenty pence was there delight.
So now youve heard my song, you think it isnae true,
youve never seen a wiilie washer in a public loo,
but if your in a hurry,to spend a wee,
if you see a quueu, I hope you,ve twenty p.
REFRAIN;-get your twenty pences here,
four for a pound ,
four for a pound.