But it does look as if Arriva companies are in the running for some impressive awards.
She's a yung lass in Deaf Hill an’ she can't find a bus;
Her nyem's Cushy Butterfield, an’ she can't make it oot,
Can't make nae sense of the 21X route.
She's a big lass an' a bonny one,
An' she props up the bar;
An, they call her Cushy Butterfield,
An' she's buyin' a car!
@ "Cushy Butterfield" - is a famous Geordie folk song written in the 19th century by Geordie Ridley, in the style of the music hall popular in the day. It is regarded by many as the second unofficial anthem of Tyneside after Blaydon Races.
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