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Could You Please Oblige Us With a Bren Gun
To tackle his superiors again. Having just one motorbike fourteen swords and a marlin spike. He wrote the following letter in the following urgent strain. We need it very badly I'm afraid. Our local crossword solver has an excellent revolver. But during a short attack on a fort the trigger got mislaid. In course of operations planned for Friday afternoon.
Our orders are to storm the Hippodrome. So if you can't oblige us with a Bren gun. The lack of one is wounding to our pride. Last night we found the cutest little german parachutist.
He looked at our kit and giggled a bit and laughed until he cried. We'll have to hide that armoured car when marching through Berlin.
We'd almost be ashamed of it in rome. Noel Coward, Vol.
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Coward was often the best interpreter of his own work, and his recording of this song is no exception. It is available on several compilation albums and box sets of Coward's songs. Graham Payn , Coward's longtime companion and literary executor, said that the song could have been used as a theme song for the British television series Dad's Army which found humour in the same subject: the exploits of the Home Guard.
Indeed, the song was later featured in the West End stage show of the television programme. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Library of Congress, Copyright Office. Hidden categories: Articles needing additional references from June All articles needing additional references All stub articles.