Twas the age of queen Victoria A period notorious So many brand new goods we did create.
Our list is long and glorious, Though I don't intend to borious Was a time of great invention
Was it really? What did we invent then?
Well I'm just about to mention, Drum roll please lets raise the tension We invented this. Music hall.
Is that all?
Well... A chap called Henry Bessemer invented molten steel Which led to other chaps creating the automobile Which let to petrol, tires and bikes so all that was required Was roads so concrete came and tarmac thought up to
Ooooh. Concrete, tarmac, steel. The automobile Seal of rubber wheel Such inventive zeal
Still there's plenty to reveal.
Victorian brains worked over time to come up with ideas.
We invented lights bulbs.
Type writers and radios, now news was fast conveyed. Hello? A telephone was no good till a second phone was made. Hello!
Our inventors did not snooze, Always had another rouse. The latest flushing loo Films that did amuse. Flashbulb cameras to use.
What a picture! What a picture!
Vacuum cleaners, toilet paper, postboxes and stamps Toilets, aspirin, anesthetics, locks, electric lamps. Sewing machines, X-rays, comics, ice cream in a pot. Easter eggs and rockets, we invented the whole lot.
Hang on there's more
Trains and lines and bridges and the underground as well. Paddle steamers prams and disinfectant for their smell Sterile doctors instruments, one last unmentioned brand. Victorians invented the worlds first conveyor band.
Cuddly toy? Invented 1902. The year after Victoria died.
Oooohhh, barometers were new Iron ships a coo What genius! Thank you. Seems we're almost through
Just one little oversight... [BOOM] We... invented... dynamite.