Top 5 superior song lyrics to woop, woop

policeman photo taken by allen350d and used under creative commons licence“Woop, woop,” is, according to the rapper KRS-One, the sound of the police.

Is it, though? I’ve heard the police, and it was definitely more: “Mee-maw, mee-maw.”

Now I think about it, that was probably the police car rather than the police themselves. I suggest to KRS-One, if that’s his real name, that he revise his song to one of the following:

1. Would you mind breathing into this bag, sir? That’s the sound of the police.

2. ‘Ello, ‘ello, ‘ello, that’s the sound of the police.

3. We are appealing for witnesses to come forward, that’s the sound of the police.

4. A 32-year-old man is helping us with our inquiries, that’s the sound of the police.

5. You do not have to say anything but it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned something that you later rely on in court, that’s the sound of the police.

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5 Responses to “Top 5 superior song lyrics to woop, woop”

  1. DeliaBlack Says:

    Those are good revisions. The memaw sound is definitely the Euro police sound. It is also the nickname my aunt’s grandchildren call her. I can’t figure out what the relation is.
    I can think of other sounds of the poe-lice here in the states, but it’s too distrubing.

  2. DeliaBlack Says:

    I meant disturbing.

  3. KE Says:

    I have had similar issues in the past with the song “The World Is Just A Great Big Onion”.

  4. pouletnoir Says:

    Delia: your aunt could be an undercover cop. I’d recommend not committing any crimes in her presence, just to be on the safe side.

    KE: I agree. I suppose that “The world is just a great big mass of molten rock covered by an earthy crust and water” didn’t scan.

  5. Tom L Says:

    Police issued a statement saying that Jones, 32, had sustained fatal injuries when he chose to throw himself down the stairs at Wakefield nick, that’s the sound of the police!

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