Friday, 28 January 2011


Pam Ferris Wheel’s down Jimmy Savile Row,
Where, you know, clothes maketh the man and are tailored to expectations.
Tailor made cigarettes are no such thing,
They bring expectorations and the coughing to coffins,
Which is a real drag.
Danny la Rue, in the days before Paul O’Grady,
Played a lady winning global recognition,
Perpetuating a very English tradition,
Like queuing, alcohol-induced spewing,
The Carry On films, Benny Hill and lavatorial humour,
Distant and removed from us like an excised tumour.