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41. I Bowed To Superior Knowledge - George Robey
I oft indulge in argument and sometimes come off best On any subject I'm at home - you put me to the test If any one knows more than I, I give way which is right So when a six foot navvy said, 'I'll bet you- you can't fight.' Chorus: Of course I knew better than he did I'd learn'd lots of things up at college He'd a fist though like brick, It would be no use to kick So I bowed to...
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42. What Funny Things You See - George Robey
This morn at two I reached home, I'd been wining if you please And carefully crawled up the stairs upon my hands and knees When all at once I spied an object with a great big head The monster made my blood run cold, I shuddered as I said Chorus: 'What funny things you see when you haven't got a gun Its glaring eyes and big ears I could see Then I flung my boot right at it And bang...
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43. The Lost Luggage Man - George Robey
When you travel on the railway with your sandwich and your rug Your drop of Scotch, your pipe or cigarette The moment that the train arrives you scramble out like mad And it's ten to one that something you forget You don't wait for the train to stop, you open wide the door Which hits a porter on the nose, or plumps him on the jaw You throw your luggage in a cab, and then land home...
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44. I Naturally Resented The Intrusion - George Robey
Chorus: Well. I'm not a chap to get upset by trivial affairs But my cook's remarks re 'kippers' caused confusion Of course my friend the Mayor thought at least I eat jugged hare So I naturally resented the intrusion.
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45. The Idea! - George Robey
I may not be Apollo, but when I adorn the street Plebean folk I know belong unto the great elite One day while cracking jokes with one whom I thought awfully smart He murmured, 'Come with me, old chap, and have dinner a la carte.' Chorus: The idea - the idea, I said to him with quite a haughty sneer 'How old fashioned, sir, you are, a la carte I always bar I dine a la motor-car -...
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46. They Wanted Me - George Robey
Last evening down at Marlbro' House, as usual Royalty They gave a dinner party to the 'big pots' such as me I got an invitation just to give 'tone' to the show The Prince was awfully sorry when he heard I couldn't go. Chorus: They wanted me, they wanted me I really thought the offer jolly fine But my only shirt, by gosh, Hadn't come home from the wash So I had to 'wire' to Teddy to...
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47. I Stopped!... I Looked!... And I Listened! - George Robey
I like to go walking alone, by myself... it's merely for exercise I wonder around like a mischievous elf, for I always expect a surprise T'other day I was walking alongside of the hedge And the hedge was apropos of some trees I got my surprise as I walked 'long the edge 'Twas a sound wafted my way on the breeze. So, I stopped!... and I looked!... and I listened! And I tried to...
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48. My Hat's A Brown 'Un - George Robey
Why is it people gaze at me and whisper, 'Who's that swell?' They take me for a Prince or Duke, that fact I know quite well Why for my singing do I get so much of your applause Why do they pay me fifty pounds a night? well, it's because, Chorus: My hat's a brown 'un, a brown 'un, a brown 'un My hat's a brown 'un, and don't I look a toff.
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49. If You Were The Only Girl In The World - George Robey
Chorus: If you were the only girl in the world And I were the only boy Nothing else would matter in the world today We could go on loving in the same old way A Garden Of Eden just made for two With nothing to mar our joy I would say such wonderful things to you There would be such wonderful things to do If you were the only girl in the world And I were the only boy.
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50. It's Fine - George Robey
I've been tee-total all my life, perhaps I do not look it But as a true historic fact you may safely book it But I was told through being T.T., my best years I had wasted So Yesterday, to please a friend, some special Scotch I tasted. Chorus: It's fine, it's fine, it's made me thirst for more And how I've wished I'd never missed tasting it before I've ordered quite a cellar full,...
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