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good peopley..far and wide…
in the roundy ball write and rhymey world..
and series in the thoughts now..
for better time… never was than now.
to menshy-menshy the name Sir Stanley.?
and not Matthews in the Stoke shirt of course
all brycreemed down the wingy lode..
but Unwin..jokey..jokey..all nonsey funny but make no sensey
but who carelodes..if tickly throat and giggly
all chortly in the tummy fold….
but not digressy dangerlode..
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and listeny well
all arm-chair teletubs and future athlodes
in the Peopley Game ahead and new…
all teenfold daffy becksters in the man u’s
or arsenolds in the viairers…
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for long long ago..
back in the ninebold sixties
all time warpy warpy..and hippy daisy-cull in the lovey lovey..
a joyfold and star-studdy footbally kidney
with dream makey in the eyeboles
met Sr Stanley at a public meety night …
long time..long time..even before Totteny endy
the twenty sevvy game unbeatyfold..
and there…in that pricely momo of questie answery
and still barely a young manifold in the ordinance surf-spray
he asked Sir Stanley…….
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“Well, erm, actually this is a very good question and topicold.
I would say that if the forward line have a symmetrical teamworkers and that they can from the first passit of the ball…
take in mind the measured beat of a one, two, throo or fido…
so that the ball can falollop out to the wingers
and a very fine trittly how in a run and drop-kick
and carry one and shooting in the goal
If they can get by without an offsiger
which is known on the ref
and don’t throw the bottload
because he’s only doing his best.
it’ll be hard on their halfbackers
because I don’t think they’ll get a chance to do a falolloper shooty
on account of the front line with their deep joy of
shall we say, an express in their enthusiasm
to the first who to clop falollop in the goalmouth.
Oh yes. Anyway it’s a very good question, sir
; it’s not much about music
excepting that half-time in the band falolloped huffalo-dowd. “***