BOB Katter livened up a meeting of his party's state candidates in Brisbane today by breaking into song, declaring Katter's Australian Party "the fun party" and predicting it would govern Queensland.
On day one of a two-day briefing forum for about 30 endorsed party candidates at Brisbane's Parliament House, Mr Katter broke into a jingle with lyrics that included: "Bob'll work an eight-day week" and "I know and I hope you know it too / I can assure you Bob Katter Jr will do the best for you".
"It's just an election jingle of ours which was very, very successful," Mr Katter said.
"We believe that we should be the fun party, with all these other ones running around saying you can't do this and you can't do that, you can't boil the billy and you can't go fishing and camping ... they're the world of 'can'ts', the two mainstream parties."
He said his singing wasn't always so well received.
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