The internet is a strange and wonderful place, full of things to delight or repulse the average what isn't any more called surfer. Just when you think life online has inoculated you against anything surprising cropping up, something comes into browser view that makes you want to step away from the PC/Mac/laptop for a second, in the same way reading something surprising in a newspaper causes one to close the pages and open them again just in case the world has changed its mind in the interim. This is one such moment.
In a moment of Anglophiliac magnificence/stupidity, Tori Amos covered two Chas & Dave songs on the B-side of her 1996 single Caught A Lite Sneeze. Everybody knows this, and everybody has wondered just how namechecks in one of the songs thus covered, That's What I Like Mick (The Sandwich Song), of Glenn Hoddle, Cannon and Ball and "pie and mash and liquor" go down in Amos' southern American accent.
Well, what about how they translate to a choir of seventy New York fifth graders?