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Reasons to be cheerful-Enjoy

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Why don't you get back into bed?
Reasons to be cheerful, part three
1, 2, 3
Summer, Buddy Holly, the working folly
Good golly, Miss Molly and boats
Hammersmith Palais, the Bolshoi Ballet
Jump back in the alley and nanny goats
 
Eighteen wheeler Scammells, Dominica camels
All other mammals plus equal votes
Seeing Piccadilly, Fanny Smith and Willie
Being rather silly and porridge oats
A bit of grin and bear it, a bit of come and share it
You're welcome we can spare it, yellow socks
Too short to be haughty, too nutty to be naughty
Going on forty no electric shocks
The juice of a carrot, the smile of a parrot
A little drop of claret, anything that rocks
Elvis and Scotty, the days when I ain't spotty
Sitting on a potty, curing smallpox
 
Health service glasses, gigolos and brasses
Round or skinny bottoms
Take your mum to Paris, lighting up a chalice
Wee Willie Harris
 
 
 
Bantu Steven Biko, listening to Rico
Harpo Groucho Chico
Cheddar cheese and pickle, a Vincent motorsickle
Slap and tickle
Woody Allen, Dali, Domitrie and Pascale
Balla, balla, balla and Volare
Something nice to study, phoning up a buddy
Being in my nuddy
Saying okey-dokey, sing-a-long a Smokie
Coming out of chokie
John Coltrane's soprano, Adie Celentano
Beuno Colino
 
Yes, yes, dear, dear
Perhaps next year
Or maybe even now
In which case
Woody Allan, Dali, Domitrie and Pascale
Balla, balla, balla and Volare
Something nice to study, phoning up a buddy
Being in my nuddy
Saying okey-dokey, sing-a-long a Smokie
Coming out a chokie
John Coltrane's soprano, Adie Celentano
Beuno Colino
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1 hour ago, Wilder Bollox said:

Suppose you'll all go mad eventually

True & this is just the beginning if Christmas is the correct estimate to allow mingling again. Football will be well knackered, most clubs will have gone to the wall by then.

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Been watching match of the day and Alan shearer has just given a story out about how Chris Nichol giving everybody a proper going over when he was manager at Southampton. 

Was he a hard man player?  

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20 hours ago, Icke's Lizard said:

Been watching match of the day and Alan shearer has just given a story out about how Chris Nichol giving everybody a proper going over when he was manager at Southampton. 

Was he a hard man player?  

Depends what you mean by hard man. He was as tough as they come, great in the air and if he tackled you you knew you had been tackled but he was not a dirty player. I don't recall him being the type of player who flattened players who got past him. Perhaps age dims the memory but for me he was one of our best centre backs ever.

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59 minutes ago, townmad said:

Depends what you mean by hard man. He was as tough as they come, great in the air and if he tackled you you knew you had been tackled but he was not a dirty player. I don't recall him being the type of player who flattened players who got past him. Perhaps age dims the memory but for me he was one of our best centre backs ever.

Probably our best ever CB, one of the first to actually play sweeper type football on the ground with accurate passes to the outfield.

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