Me no likee English sailor..

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  1. Does anyone have the complete words of...
    Me no likee English sailor--Yankee sailor come ashore.
    Yankee sailor call me darling.
    English he call me f.....g whore
     
  2. Me no likey Blitish Sailor
    A brave young soldier lad called geordie
    Is the hero of my song
    He crossed the sea to serve his country
    Went to serve out in hong kong
    His wife he’d left behind in gateshead
    And soon his heart began to long
    For the company of a female
    Though he knew that this was wrong
    He crossed the harbour on a ferry
    Took a rickshaw to wan chai
    And in a dimly lighted bar there
    A slant eyed maiden did appear
    Coca cola for this maiden at 200 he did buy
    But when he asked her for favours
    He was greeted with this cry

    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Me no like you men of war
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee call me honey baby
    Blitish call me flucking whore (flucking whore)
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee tap upon my window
    Blitish break the flucking door (flucking door)
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee bling me sweet led roses
    Blitish bling me sleet fluck all (sweet fluck all)
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee fuck me on the sofa
    Blitish fuck me on the floor (on the floor)
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee leaving on next friday
    Blitish stay for evermore.
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more
     
  3. Not heard that version but thanks . Is it to the same tune that ends;
    With a bottle of coca cola and a bloody great tub of ice -cream they are bloody good kids in harbour--But oh! my christ at sea?
     
  4. Hi, slightly off topic, does anybody know the song
    "Have you ever been to Singapore - spent a night with a Chineese Whore"
    Thanks
     
  5. No, but my memories of Singapore were that the pretty girls were all men (sic). (Kyties (sp?))
     
  6. No. That's to the American Marines Corps march, "The halls of Montezuma"

    2BM
     
  7. Age dost weary them and the years condemn. Thanks for reminding me.
     
  8. C'mon Murgles old mate! Keep up. It's doth!

    2BM
     
  9. Or Dost. 2nd person singular of "Do"
    Doth. 3rd person singular of "Do" Either will do equally. Sorry.
     
  10. Your silence was deafening . You were wrong doth dost. What did they say--- better to keep ones mouth shut and be thought a fool, than to open it and-----
     
  11. When did the subject of the song switch from the Army to the RN or was the flucking whore a blind flucking whore?
     
  12. What are you talking about?
     
  13. Who cares!! Keep posting your Avatar is better than any poem/song/ditty/shanty..........f*ckit man, keep posting!!!
     
  14. Line one of song refers to a soldier, then the chorus refers to a sailor. Keeping up are we? I asked when the change happened because I don't know of anyone who left the UK as a pongo only to arrive in HK as a matelot. Its not in any way crucial or even critical just straightforward pedantry.
     
  15. Keeping up are we ?

    Cheeky twat.
     
  16. Excellent, Lujon, keep winding him up, four more posts and I'll be finished!!
     
  17. three
    :)
     

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