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A Lean & Unwashed Tiffy

I'm a lean and unwashed tiffy
I come up from Plymouth Town
I can fix it in a jiffy
If you'll hand that spanner down
If you'll hand - that spanner down.

Portland girls are raving beauties
'Specially in the summer time
They make you curse these week-end duties
Making love to grease and grime
Making love - to grease and grime.

I kissed her standing, kissed her lying,
And I called her 'turtle-dove'
If she'd had wings I'd have kissed her flying
That's the way I won my love
That's the way - I won my love.

She left me for a wardroom chappie
She said 'He's the better man'
He needs wine to keep her happy;
All I drink is Black-and-Tan
All I drink - is Black-and-Tan.


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Missing the last verse.
Going back to Jago's Mansions
There to end me life onshore
Join up with them barrack stanchions
Go RA for ever more
Go RA........... for ever more
   Jeff Nesbitt Sat, 27 May 2017

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