By Simon Cooper and Terry Deary
Last updated 2011-02-17
In Victorian times, the rich people discovered the pleasures of good drains. They had drains taken from their houses to the nearest river - and they didn't care what was dug up to make way for these sewer pipes. They even dug up dead bodies in graveyards and moved them to make way for the pipes.
They're moving father's grave to build a sewer, They're shifting it regardless of expense. They're moving his remains, To put in nine inch drains, To irrigate some posh bloke's residence.
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