Brick to Beamish - Hetton Band Hall Rap

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    Straight outta Hetton! Children at Hetton Lyons Primary School are busy raising funds to try to relocate the former Hetton Silver Band hall to Beamish. Hetton Lyons parent and musician Dr Brendon Renwick is also doing his bit and will walk from the site of the former Hetton Silver Band Hall to Beamish on the 21st May with a brick from the Silver Band Hall in his rucksack. Dr Renwick worked with the children at Hetton Lyons to make this rap, called 'Brick to Beamish' and it's rather fantastic we're sure you'll agree. And all for a worthy cause! And here at Beamish we thought it'd be great to make a video to accompany the song and put it on Youtube for the world to see, so here it is! LYRICS/TRANSCRIPT: Gonna walk walk, gonna walk to Beamish. 12.2 miles in betweenish. Brick on my back that's heavy and hardish. Deliver it safe to the dudes at Beamish. With a brick, on my back, heavy heavy, rucksack. Gonna walk, not talk, and finish, at Beamish. One, two, three four. Gonna walk walk, gonna walk to Beamish. 12.2 miles in betweenish. Brick on my back that's heavy and hardish. Deliver it safe to the dudes at Beamish. With a brick, on my back, heavy heavy, rucksack. Gonna walk, not talk, and finish, at Beamish. One, two, three four..........BEAMISH!
  • Owner

    Beamish Museum
  • Source

    Beamish Museum (Youtube)
  • License

    What does this mean? Standard Youtube License
  • Further information

    Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9L4aCo3gpw
    Resource type: Video
    Last modified: 5 years, 6 months ago
    Viewed: 598 times
    Picture Taken: Unknown
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