WINNER OF THE 2020 LEGAL CHRISTMAS MUSIC CONTEST 2020: LIVE ON YOUTUBE
With more than a little help from my friends the winning entry of the 2020 Legal Christmas Music Contest has been recorded and is available for everyone to see and hear (and join in) on YouTube.
The song that best summed up the litigator’s experience of 2020 was judged to be “Hello, can you hear and see me”.
THE SINGERS AND MUSICIANS
Fittingly the performers are all lawyers. Kay Barnes and Ayshea Megyery are doing the singing, Jonathan Head provided the guitar part , Spike (Simon) Mullings provided the bass part and I did the mandolin playing. Jonathan was responsible for putting together five separate contributions and turning them into once piece.
THE WORDS: SO YOU CAN ALL JOIN IN
From Mel Clarke (Brampton Mel)
To the Tune of Hark the Herald
“Hello, can you hear and see me?
It’s Judge Bloggs on CVP”
“I can hear you Judge but sadly
You are just a big black screen”
“I’m so sorry” “Oh, that’s better”
“What’s that noise?” “My Irish Setter”
Oh, the joys of Court from Home
Skype for Business, Teams and Zoom
“Has the witness got e-bundles?
Great let’s go to nine- fourteen”.
“That’s a letter from the Claimant”
“No, that’s not the one I mean
How to find it, let me see
Oh I know – add 23
Can you go to nine-three-four?”
This trial will last for evermore
Oh the joys of Court from home,
Skype for Business, Teams and Zoom”
THE PRIZE WENT TO FOODBANKS
The winner waived the usual trophy, settling for just the fame and acclaim, a donation has been made to the Trussell Trust.