Bums On Seats

I'm a decent sort of chap,
Loyal as a plate of meat,
Drink the water from the tap,
As long as I may keep my seat.

Family and sporting ties,
Spruce and spick. I never cheat.
Thick as thieves and waterflies,
As long as I may keep my seat.

Steady hand and sensible,
Shares and shires, Shredded Wheat,
Do the indefensible
As long as I may keep my seat.

Patriotic, one of us,
Patter like a parakeet,
Regular as country bus,
As long as I may keep my seat.

I'm the worm who'll never turn,
Keep a clean and linen sheet,
Leaders are not my concern,
As long as I may keep my seat.

Michael, Michael, John and John,
As their spokesman in the street,
Bless the bed I lie upon.
AS LONG AS I MAY KEEP MY SEAT

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From the book Tony Blair reminds me of a budgie

One of the anti-Major leaflets encouraged Tory MPs to 'Save Your Seat, Save Your Party, and Save Your Country'