The songs, which have creaky titles like “All that Razz” and “Hooray for What's-not-good,” are belted out with pitchy gusto.
And when Bush misled our nation into war, the creaky old son of the coalfields gave his greatest roar.
We'll pay a hundred dollars an hour to sit in a creaky chair.
In his creaky bed in the old boarding house, he again sought to think, but in vain.
Lovers now-a-days are much too middle-aged, and their joints are creaky.
Then your Father jumped up and walked hard on the creaky floor.
Mr Verloc heard the creaky plank in the floor, and was content.
I knocked and entered so sharply that the door-bolt, a thin, creaky old thing, gave way.
Then he shaped with his mouth to use that and not the stairs, for the stairs were creaky.
The expression tickled him into a creaky, croaky sort of laugh.