Mandurah's own David Templeman has once again wrapped up the parliamentary year with an impressive song.
The Mandurah MP, who is also the Minister for Heritage, Culture and the Arts, created his own rendition of Monty Python's Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.
The end-of-year performance has become a tradition politicians and West Australians alike have grown to love, after his first song made the news in 2017.
Mr Templeman started with his own version of Monty Python's Galaxy Song before remaking Simon & Garfunkel's Sound of Silence in 2018.
He serenaded his colleagues and those in the public gallery on Thursday for the last scheduled sitting day, after a busy year of late nights, bringing down budgets and passing dozens of new laws.
"Some members here are mad, they can really make me sad," he sang.
"Always look on the bright side of parliament.
"Parliament can be fine except at question time - the answers won't match the questions that's been asked."
The well-known theatrical member wasn't the only talking point of the day, with another local MP catching everyone's attention.
Dawesville MP Zak Kirkup dressed in an impressive three-piece white suit, which has been likened to that of Colonel Sanders.
Mr Kirkup has built a reputation as one of the most dapper young politicians but his getup attracted plenty of remarks and jokes in the chamber and was met with comments and shares on social media.
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