Jimlad, another verse referred to King Farouk's consort and went,
"Queen Faraida, Queen Faraida, all the boys would love to ride her..."
I haven't the details to hand, but the British version was full of pidgin-arabic phrases, such as "Stanishwiya" ("Wait a bit"), "Taalaheena" ("Come here") and so on.
Relations between the British troops in Egypt and the Egyptian population were never exactly cordial. A famous story concerned a Royal Army Service Corps (RASC) driver, whose lorry clashed bumpers (US = fenders) with an Egyptian Army staff car. When he filled out the report on the incident, the relevant part read,
" ... collided with a staff car, registration no ... , containing three wogs."
Even for those non-PC days, this was going too far. His officer exploded. "Do you realise", he shouted, "that one of the occupants of that staff car was his Majesty, King Farouk of Egypt ? Go away and write that report again!". The driver did. The amended report read,
" ... collided with a staff car, registration no ... , containing his Majesty, King Farouk of Egypt, and two other wogs."