Titel: Seven drunk nights
Auteur: The Dubliners
Songtext:

Ladies and gentlemen, we've been asked to sing a song that has seven
verses. But we're only going to sing five of them

As I went home on a monday night
As drunk as drunk can be
I saw a horse outside the door
Where my own horse should be
Well, I called my wife and I said to her

Will you kindly tell me
Who owns that horse outside the door
Where my own horse should be
You're drunk, you silly old fool
And still you cannot see
That's a lovely milkcow, my mother sent to me
Well it's many days I travelled, a hundred miles or more
But a saddle on a milkcow sure I never saw before

Tuesday:
Coat behind the door
That's a woollen blanket
But buttons in a blanket
Sure I never saw before

Wednesday:
Pipe upon the chair
That's a lovely tin whistle
But tobacco in a tin whistle
Sure I never saw before

Thursday:
Two boots beneath the bed
They're two lovely geraniumpots
But laces in geraniumpots
Sure I never saw before

Friday:
A head inside the bed
That's my baby boy there
But a baby boy with his whiskers on
Sure I never saw before