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- 61. Touching That Little Affair - George Robey
I'm quite a hypochondriac - in aches and pains I revel In sampling patent medicines they say I'm quite a devil... A lady doctor I call on, for hours we sit and chatter She simply takes my pulse like this -and tells me what's the matter Each ache and pain at once departs - as soon as my physician starts.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-T/Touching-That-Little-Affair.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 62. We Parted The Best Of Friends - George Robey
When I went on my honeymoon, some years ago I thought, 'Now I'll find what married bliss is! But one little circumstance spoiled the show For the wife's mother came with the missus! Some Corsican bandits surprised us one day And the chief said, "I'm sorry to say it, You must ransom yourselves or get shot!" I said, "Pray? If you keep us here, how can I pay...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-W/We-Parted-The-Best-Of-Friends.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 63. Staring Me In The Face - George Robey
Since yesterday I've understood, How millionaires must feel When they make lots of money thro' Some lucky bus'ness deal. I've made myself a man of wealth, Besides a man of brains; I've not exactly got the wealth, But still... the fact remains, It's staring me in the face!... Staring me in the face! Yesterday, what do you think I did? Insur'd the missus for fifty quid! When I look...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-S/Staring-Me-In-The-Face.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 64. She Spoke To Me First - George Robey
Chorus: She spoke to me first, I wasn't to blame She spoke to me first, she told me her name She said her mother was a lady and her father was a vicar She ran away from home because her father used to kick her How she cried, when she told me how She'd tried and tried and tried To be a good girl, a very good girl But in spite of her pride, she spoke to me first
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-S/She-Spoke-To-Me-First.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 65. I Mean To Say - George Robey
May I be permitted to dally a while In the work of provoking your laughter To deal with a matter of much more import We'll continue the merriment after So behind my back people besmirch my dear name Their opinions on me they'll not dare force My morals are clean, I don't drink, smoke or swear And I haven't a friend in the Air Force So when at a temperance lecture one day The...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/I-Mean-To-Say.htm - 13KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 66. A Mere Detail - Harry Clifton ~ George Robey
Chorus: He called me a worm, I did not squirm Then he called me a rat Then I replied 'Now stop it or I'll smack you on the hat' He then made a few remarks which I dare not retail Then tried to dislocate my ear, but that's a mere detail.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-M/Mere-Detail.htm - 13KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 67. Shakespeare, The Waggish Will Of Avon - George Robey
All hail, friends, give me speech This clamour doth surprise me I am great William Shakespeare But no doubt you recognise me Gaze on this gleaming pate And note my noble seeming Look well into these lustrous eyes Where genius lies gleaming.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-S/Shakespeare-The-Waggish-Will-Of-Avon.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 68. The Up-To-Date Servant - George Robey
Chorus: All I want is Monday off to learn the violin Tuesday I reserve for golf, Wednesday I go out with Adolph Thursday and Friday I visit my friends Still duty I never would shirk And then if I have any time to spare I don't mind doing the work.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-U/Up-To-Date-Servant.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 69. The Servants' Registry Office by George Robey
If I hadn't been brought up a perfect lady, My goodness I could say a thing or two, To think that I've come down to booking servants, Still what else could a poor lone widow do.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/George_Robey/Servants-Registry.htm - 6KB - 24 Dec 2017
- 70. I Stopped... I Looked... and I Listened by 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
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/George_Robey/I-Stopped.htm - 7KB - 24 Dec 2017
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