Health campaigners staged a singing flash mob at King's Cross station today to attack Tory NHS cuts.
Using the tune of the Teddy Bears' Picnic and renaming it the Tory Boys' Picnic, they sang lyrics against NHS privatisation, job cuts and promising a fightback.
The gathering marked the penultimate day of Defend London's NHS week of action that included a third rally outside Lewisham hospital today and a series of demonstrations on Saturday across the capital.
Defend London's NHS coalition was launched on Monday to fight recent attacks on A&E departments, maternity units and in-hospital care.
The full lyrics to the Tory Boys' Picnic are: "If you go out for a walk today you'd better not catch a cold. You'll end up going to hospital and finding that it's been sold.
"Cos Lansley's cut out the national health, and sold it off to private wealth. Today's the day we're gathering for a fightback.
"Boom time now for companies. The private-sector spivs are having a lovely time today. Public-sector wages freeze. And lots of jobs for them to take away.
"We won't let our service die, you told a lie, that's why we're making a lot of noise. Your time is up - Grim Reaper is coming to take you all away because you're sick little Tory boys.
"All health workers who have been good are in for a big surprise. When every part of the NHS will vanish before their eyes. They'll have to watch their patients die while PFI is pie in the sky. Today's the day we're gathering for a fightback.
"Today's the day we're gathering for a fightback because you're sick little Tory, sad little Tory, cruel little Tory boys."