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GUEST,Stavanger Bill Lyr Add: Ag Pleez Daddy (Jeremy Taylor) (56* d) Lyr Add: AG PLEEZ DADDY (parody) 11 Jan 02

Back years ago (late sixties) in the days when the Spanish closed the border with Gibralter, the RAF contingent had a parody version of the song doing the rounds.

Ag pleez Daddy won't you send me Gibralter
I want to see the Rock and the big Baboons
I want to go out there at night
And see if what I've heard is right
I want to see if Chiefy can fly around the moon

Eros and Tivoli, Spit Roast and Pulvereen
Spinning Wheel, Smokey Joe's and Oliver Twist
Horse Shoe and Devil's Tower
Chimmney Corner after hours
By four in the morning we will all be pissed.

Ag pleez Daddy won't you take me down to Main Street
I want to spend a fortune in the flashy stores
I want to buy a postcard
With a Spanish dancer looking neat
If you tip it side-ways she winks and drops her drawers.

Ag pleez Daddy won't you take me to the Eros
I want to see the ladies there without their clothes
I want to see 'Old Henry' in his bra and panties
Don't know what you'd call him
But I think he's one of those

Ag pleez Daddy won't you take me to the Ape's Den
I want to see those Rock Apes large and small
I hear that we will leave this Rock
When there's no Rock Apes left in stock
I think I'll take a Sten gun up and shoot them all

Ag pleez Daddy won't you take me back to England
I've had about enough of this Rock you know
I know I'm not being dutifull
But Henry's looking beautiful
And that's certain sign that it's time to go.

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