"Imagine Me in the Maginot Line" as written by and Cliffe,fred/formby,george/gifford,harry....
You should see me out in France wearing my tin hat
With shot and shell it's worse than – well it's even worse than that
Now imagine me in the Maginot Line
Sitting on a mine in the Maginot Line
Now it's turned out nice again
The Army life is fine
French girls make a fuss of me
I'm not French as you can see
But I know what they mean when they say "oui, oui"
Down on the Maginot Line

Now imagine me in the Maginot Line
Sitting on a mine in the Maginot Line
Now it's turned out nice again
The Army life is fine
The enemy we had to chase
But my gun got out of place
I went and shot the Colonel in the base
Down on the Maginot Line

(Ukulele Break)

Now imagine me in the Maginot Line
Sitting on a mine in the Maginot Line
Now it's turned out nice again
The Army life is fine
At night, myself to sleep I sing
To my old tin hat I cling
I have to use it now for everything
Down on the Maginot Line

Now imagine me in the Maginot Line
Sitting on a mine in the Maginot Line
Now it's turned out nice again
The Army life is fine
Suddenly a pain I felt
A doctor on my tummy knelt
He slapped a poultice underneath my belt
Right on the Maginot Line

(Ukulele Break)

Now imagine me in the Maginot Line
Sitting on a mine in the Maginot Line
Now it's turned out nice again
The Army life is fine
Hitler can't kid us a lot
His secret weapon's tommyrot
But you ought to see what the sergeant's got
Down on the Maginot Line,
Down on the Maginot Line.



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"Imagine Me in the Maginotline" as written by George Formby Fred Cliffe

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