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|Songs: "I'll Follow My Secret Heart," "Regency Rakes," "Charming, Charming," "|
Dear Little Soldiers," "English Lesson," "There's Always Something Fishy About
the French," "Nevermore." London: Feb. 16, 1934 His Majesty's Theatre; 177 p.
|would keep Germany "guessing,"** was instead far more successful at keeping |
France in the dark. But the lack of consistent and ... The refrain went on, "Oh,
there's always something fishy about the French!"90 Indeed, as Bullitt lamented
at the ...
|Refrain I But there's always something fishy about the French! Whether Prince or |
Politician We've a sinister suspicion That behind their savoir faire They share A
common contempt For every mother's son of us. Though they smile and smirk We
|Noël Coward 1899–1973 English dramatist, actor, and composer: 'There's |
Always Something Fishy about the French' (1933) 3 Dinners, soirées, poets,
erratic millionaires, painters, translations, lobsters, absinthe, music, promenade,
|Ev'ry wise and thoroughly worldly wench Knows there's always something fishy |
about the French. Yet, in spite of an undistinguished score, Conversation Piece
played to standing room only for five months and, even though audiences were ...
|FOOTBALL · FRANCE 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 To say that these men paid |
their shillings to watch twentytwo hirelings kick a ball is merely ... Every wise and
thoroughly worldly wench Knows there's always something fishy about the
|sometimes, the popular stereotypes each has fashioned of the other seem polar |
opposites: the French popular image of the ... 'There's always something fishy
about the French' (amended in 1941 by Ivor Novello to 'There's always something
|Penny knew all about soul kissing, only she called it French kissing. I had only |
heard of French inhaling, but I'd learned long ago to expect anything from the
French. Sherrie, who ... There's always something fishy about the French.
|a Franco phobes] “There's always something fishy about the French! Whether |
Prince or Politician We've a sinister suspicion That behind their savoir-faire They
share A common contempt For every mother's son of us." —\'oi-I (toward. from ...
|No wonder there are Bloggses who believe that they don't enjoy themselves at all|
. ... Graham recently ended a recital of French songs (most of them deeply
serious) with Noel Coward's "There's always something fishy about the French".