The DHSS - Tamworth Arts Centre - December 18th 1988

A Vicar's Hand in My Underpants

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The DHSS play A Vicar's Hand in My Underpants - their anthem, at Tamworth Arts Centre, December 1988. You will need the Flash player to view this video clip. Click here to download Flash Player.Supporting them on the night were The Soil Brothers and King Woderick. Stench who were also due to play were banned.

I'm only fifteen
Innocent and blind
I trust my elders,
To be honest to me - and kind.

My friend Peter,
He's the same as me,
He plays football
And watches colour - T.V.

I've got a vicar's hand in my underpants,
A vicar's hand and he wants romance,
Bless you my son, Bless you my son.

There's a vicar to my left,
And a vicar to my right,
What they are doing,
Is not a pretty sight.

Their hands are cold,
Their breath is bad,
They say hold this,
There, there's a good lad

I've got a vicar's hand in my underpants,
A vicar's hand and he wants romance.

I've got a vicar's hand in my underpants,
A vicar's hand and I want to dance.

One comes so much quicker with a vicar in one's knickers.

A catholic boy,
God's no friend of mine,
Pretend to make me happy,
With your bread and wine.

Bless me father,
For I have sinned,
A vicar in my knickers
Is it a mortal sin?

I've got a vicar's hand in my underpants,
A vicar's hand and he wants romance.

I've got a vicar's hand in my underpants,
A vicar's hand and I want to dance.

Bless you my son.