Mad dogs and englishmen lyrics
The Lyrics of Noel Coward by Noel CowardMad Dogs and Englishmen, Dont Put your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs Worthington and over 250 more lyrics from Cowards musical masterpieces.
Noel Coward is one of the greatest lyricists of the twentieth century. Songs such as A Room with a View, The Stately Homes of England, Mad Dogs and Englishmen and Mrs Worthington are known, sung and loved the world over. This edition gathers together over 250 of Cowards lyrics, arranged in chronological order and grouped by show. In addition, these masterpieces of verse are accompanied by an introduction and notes from the Master himself.
Mad Dogs and Englishmen (song)
The following year it was used in the revue Words and Music and also released in a "studio version". It then became a signature feature in Coward's cabaret act. According to Sheridan Morley , Coward wrote the song while driving from Hanoi to Saigon "without pen, paper, or piano". Coward himself elucidated: "I wrestled in my mind with the complicated rhythms and rhymes of the song until finally it was complete, without even the aid of pencil and paper. I sang it triumphantly and unaccompanied to my travelling companion on the verandah of a small jungle guest house.
Let me see here Kids, planes, runway strikes. Flashy pimps and family fights Spotted dogs, blood-shot eyes Our space captain laughs and tries To understand the scheme of things But just in time the scene has changed The bus is here, bring the beer Sherman's reading Shakespeare Movie makers, boobie shakers And Saxy airplane ticket takers Union members Leo Fender's pride and joy - electric toy Teachers, learners, incense burners Religious leaders and chronic bleeders Thieves and pirates on a ride It's a hippie commune bonafied Life and time, war death dealers Rock pop correspondence fever But Okies and Limeys, curtain climbers Stones and future Dominoes Know which way the wind blows Stolen cola no one knows The shadow do But it's still a shady crew 'Cause I love her, and she loves you Just myself and forty friends In the name of Cocker power Out here on the road again With Mad Dogs and Englishmen.
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It is track 17 from the album Hits from the Blitz: 20 Unforgettable Recordings that was released in The duration of this song is In tropical climes there are certain times of day When all the citizens retire To tear their clothes off and persprie. It's one of those rules that the greatest fools obey, Because the sun is much too sultry And one must avoid its ultry-violet ray. Papalaka papalaka papalaka boo, Papalaka papalaka papalaka boo, Digariga digariga digariga doo, Digariga digariga digariga doo. The native grieve when the white men leave their huts, Because they're obviously definitely nuts! Mad dogs and Englishmen Go out in the midday sun, The Japanese don't care to.
In tropical climes there are certain times of day When all the citizens retire to tear their clothes off and perspire. It's one of the rules that the greatest fools obey, Because the sun is much too sultry And one must avoid its ultry-violet ray. The natives grieve when the white men leave their huts, Because they're obviously, definitely nuts! In the Philippines they have lovely screens to protect you from the glare. In the Malay States, there are hats like plates which the Britishers won't wear. At twelve noon the natives swoon and no further work is done, But mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun. It's such a surprise for the Eastern eyes to see, that though the English are effete, they're quite impervious to heat, When the white man rides every native hides in glee, Because the simple creatures hope he will impale his solar topee on a tree.