1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 Sir Humphrey Bogart and Lady Pamela
were walkinge one fayre day,
unto ye olde footeballe matche
to behold Uknighted play..
but as they strolled o’er verdant glade
ye fearsome dragon did appear,
breathinge flame from nostrils flared
and drawinge ever near…

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 Lady Pamela was not dismayed,
she seized Sir Humphrey’s sword,
plunged blade in dragon’s belly
crying out, “Gadzooks my lord!
Mighty monster is no more!!
Forsooth it hath been slain!!!
Now come let us haste away,
lest we be late for footeballe gaeme…”

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 Yet as they would depart henceforth,
fallen dragon raised its head..
exclaimed Sir Humphrey Bogart, “Zounds!
Yon creature is not dead!!”
He glanced once more at twitchinge beast,
beheld sword still in damsel’s hand
and then spake ye immortal words..
“Slay it again Pam…”



“Play it again Sam”. Probably the best known of many quotable lines spoken by Humphrey Bogart in the 1942 film classic, “Casablanca”. Not so say some sources… the line did not contain the word “again”.

Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/crassablanca/