English literature's performing flea.
Of P G Wodehouse. In P G Wodehouse Performing Flea (1953).
I will sing no more songs: the pride of my country I sang Through forty long years of good rhyme, without any avail; And no one cared even as much as the half of a hang For the song or the singer, so here is an end of the tale.Da I Bh| Dh OÅ Bruadair
Th' whole worl's in a state o'chassis!Da I Bh| Dh OÅ Bruadair
Sacred Heart o' Jesus, take away our hearts o' stone, and give us hearts o'flesh! Take away this murdherin' hate, an'give usThine own eternal love!Da I Bh| Dh OÅ Bruadair
She dhresses herself to keep him with her, but it's no useafther a month or two, th' wondher of a woman wears off.Da I Bh| Dh OÅ Bruadair
There's no reason to bring religion into it. I think we ought to have as great a regard for religion as we can, so as to keep it out of as many things as possible.Da I Bh| Dh OÅ Bruadair