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​The Mummy Song (The Egyptian Trilogy, Part 1)

This song is by Colin Buchanan and appears on the album I Want My Mummy (1993).

You ought to see what they did to my mummy
Pulled his organs out of his tummy
Put 'em in spice, whacked 'em in a jar
Painted him up in tar

Fair go, Pharaoh
It's not funny
Tell King Tut
I want my mummy

Mummy's in a coffin of shining gold
Lying in a tomb that's dark and cold
Jewels and treasures he'll never see
'Cause he's half the mummy he used to be
Dead as a door nail, blind as a bat
With a mummified dog, and a mummified cat
Don't ask me what my Daddy thinks
"'Cause his chariots parked at the local Sphinx"

Some fellas with spades and a torch to see
Were doing some archaeology
Saw a glimmer, dug some more
Couldn't believe the things they saw
Ancient paintings, priceless jewels
They gave a shout and dropped their tools
But the greatest treasure they found by far
Was a wrinkly mummy with it's guts in a jar!

Fair go, Pharaoh
It's not funny
Tell King Tut
I want my mummy

Fair go, Pharaoh
It's not funny
Tell King Tut
I want my mummy