Hey Mr Churchill
Comes over here
To say we're doing splendidly
But it's very cold
Out here in the snow
Marching to and from the enemy
Oh I say it's tough
I have had enough
Can you stop the cavalry?

I have had to fight
Almost every night
Down throughout these centuries
That is when I say
Oh yes, yet again
Can you stop the cavalry?

Mary Bradley waits at home
In the nuclear fallout zone
Wish I could be dancing now
In the arms of the girl I love

Dub-a dub-a dum-dum
Dub-a dub-a dum
Dub-a dum dum dub-a dub
Dub-a dub-a dum

Dub-a dub-a dum-dum
Dub-a dub-a dum
Dub-a dum dum dub-a dub
Dub-a dub-a dum

Wish I was at home for Christmas

Bang goes another bomb
On another town
While the Czar and Jim have tea
If I get home
Live to tell the tale
I'll run for all presidencies
If I get elected I'll stop
I will stop the cavalry

Dub-a dub-a dum-dum
Dub-a dub-a dum
Dub-a dum dum dub-a dub
Dub-a dub-a dum

Dub-a dub-a dum-dum
Dub-a dub-a dum
Dub-a dum dum dub-a dub
Dub-a dub-a dum

Wish I was at home for Christmas

Wish I could be dancing now
In the arms of the girl I love
Mary Bradley waits at home
In the nuclear fallout zone

Wish I was at home for Christmas


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