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PLEASURE CRUISE, THE (Harry Gifford / Fred E. Cliffe) George Formby - 1935 Holiday time, some sunny clime, calling to you and me You quickly choose a wonderful cruise, out on the open sea The first day you're content, you're awfully glad you went Oh, what a pleasure cruise to drive away the blues The pleasures of a pleasure cruise Down the companion way you fall ten times a day Someone finds you sitting on the point of the Captain's compass One dark night I turned first left, then right, my way I seemed to lose A honeymooning couple then created such a scene Because I was discovered where the bridegroom should have been Oh, what a pleasure cruise, in future I refuse The pleasures of a pleasure cruise Steamers and tramps show coloured lamps Amber and green and red Your ship runs aground and somehow you've found The street traffic lights instead They sail once more, then find, they've left half the ship behind Oh, what a pleasure cruise to drive away the blues The pleasures of a pleasure cruise Your cabin's far too small, you've got no room at all In your short shirt, lyin' on your bunk with your feet through the porthole On the deck you nearly break your neck, your sea legs you can't use You dive into the ocean for a swim, it's such a lark Till you find you've been bitten in the bulwarks by a shark Oh, what a pleasure cruise, in future I refuse The pleasures of a pleasure cruise (Ukelele Solo) Oh, what a pleasure cruise, in future I refuse The pleasures of a pleasure cruise (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2006)

    


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