The cat's out the bag
And the old bag's in the attic
I'm effing and jeffing
They used to be so romantic

Hanging out the bunting
And someone had a [???]
On the blower to the man from Tatler
My mother, and her dead mother

Their father cried
As he placed a ring on the finger
Of each of the brides
Wear it forever

He said, you look just like my dead wife
If there could be another
There's not a dry eye
For my mother, and her dead mother

My mother insists that the cats in the yard
Are well-fed, though they may show signs of wear and tear
My dead mother insists, and she insists, and she insists
That spring may come a little late this year

Duchess's hours are long
Please move along 'cos there's nothing going on

Pretty as peaches
Would hold us [???]
The love that dare not speak
My mother, and her dead mother

Cackling with inbreds
Over mahjong [???]
[???]
But they're halfway up the elbow
Halfway up the elbow

My mother, and her dead mother
My mother, and her dead mother


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