"I'm Just a Cockney Siren" was a song sung by Nancy Pettigrew as she danced with her boyfriend. She later sang a reprise as she was being hypnotised by the Scorchies. (AUDIO: Encore of the Scorchies)

Lyrics[edit | edit source]

I’m just a Cockney siren, I’m a little Bow Bell miss.

I’ll dance you till you’re tiring, then I’ll rest you with a kiss.

Be a gent and take my hand, I’ll sing you to a smile.

I’ll show you that life is grand, just glide with me a while.

From Cheapside to Mayfair, we’ll paint the town bright red.

From the ‘Dilly to the Square, home’s where you lay your head.

I’m just a Cockney siren, I’m a little Bow Bell miss.

I’ll dance you till you’re tiring, then I’ll rest you with a kiss. 

Reprise[edit | edit source]

I’m just a Cockney Siren, I’m a little Bow Bell miss.

I’ve danced and now I’m tiring. I never wanted this.

I’m sorry, sir, I’ve got your hands and I can’t let them go.

I’m no longer in control. This is the Scorchy Show.

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