Albert and the lion. Lancashire Dialect Poetry The following Monologues I first heard as a school boy 2019-01-23

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Lancashire Dialect Poetry The following Monologues I first heard as a school boy

albert and the lion

As the Sun crept up over the chimneys, Charlie stood, at the end of the street. Then giving young Albert a shilling, he said: 'Pop off back to the zoo. The keeper was quite nice about it; He said 'What a nasty mishap. There were one great big Lion called Wallace; His nose were all covered with scars - He lay in a somnolent posture, With the side of his face on the bars. So, seeking for further amusement,They paid and went into the Zoo,Where they'd Lions and Tigers and Camels,And old ale and sandwiches too.

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The Lion and Albert by Marriott Edgar

albert and the lion

A grand little lad was young Albert, All dressed in his best; quite a swell With a stick with an 'orse's 'ead 'andle, The finest that Woolworth's could sell. I bet Albert does too. Com permission to publish the poem. There were one great big Lion called Wallace; His nose were all covered with scars — He lay in a somnolent posture, With the side of his face on the bars. He'd a stick with an 'orse's 'ead 'andle; The finest that Woolworth's could sell.

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Albert and the Lion poem

albert and the lion

A fine little lad were young Albert, All dressed in his best, quite a swell. He came and he said 'What's to do? Albert and Balbus and Samuel Small. One more attack an' it ended, when Berts teeth fell out on the street. A can see'im now a shapin' Some very pointed soles, 'e sez ther for a clog-dancer, 'who puts on special shows. The keeper was quite nice about it; He said 'What a nasty mishap.

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The Albert and the Lion

albert and the lion

Well, you could see as the Lion dint like it, an givin a kind of a roll, pulled Albert inside the cage with im, un swallowed the little lad, ole. There were one great big Lion called Wallace; His nose were all covered with scars — He lay in a somnolent posture, With the side of his face on the bars. They didn't think much of the Ocean: The waves, they were fiddlin' and small, There was no wrecks and nobody drownded, Fact, nothing to laugh at at all. Ramsbottom Went there with young Albert, their son. They didn't think much of the Ocean: The waves, they were fiddlin' and small, There was no wrecks and nobody drownded, Fact, nothing to laugh at at all. Edgar Wallace; the Biography of a Phenomenon. Oh, so that's alright then, is it? An' the neighbours all cheered loud at Charlie, As they lifted 'im 'igh off 'is feet.

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Albert And The Lion lyrics

albert and the lion

The postman just wouldn't come near us, Not after 'is do wi' the dog. Its coat were as wiry as Brillo, Its eyes they were evil an' dark. Then off they went to the P'lice Station, In front of the Magistrate chap; They told 'im what happened to Albert, And proved it by showing his cap. He came and he said 'What's to do? So, seeking for further amusement, They paid, and went into the zoo, Where they'd lions and tigers and camels And cold ale and sandwiches, too. I'm giving this place four stars because it is in the centre of Blackpool and you are not taking your life in your hands by entering it! There were one great big lion called Wallace Whose nose was all covered with scars; He lay in a som-no-lent posture With the side of 'is face on the bars. Then Pa, who had seen the occurrence, And didn't know what to do next, Said 'Mother! I knew The Lion and Albert, but every other was unfamiliar to me. A grand little lad was young Albert, All dressed in his best; quite a swell With a stick with an 'orse's 'ead 'andle, The finest that Woolworth's could sell.

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The Lion And Albert Poem by Marriott Edgar

albert and the lion

E stood to 'is watch-chain in watter, on Tower top, just before dark, When who should come sailing towards 'im, but old Noah, steering 'is Ark. The actors pausing between each re The audiobook really is the best way to enjoy these comic monologues. It can be a tad hairy at night when in season. The name of the lion was Wallace, the poke in the ear made 'im wild; And before you could say 'Bob's your Uncle,' 'E'd up and. And off they all went to p'lice station In front of a Magistrate chap; They told what 'ad 'appened to Albert And proved it by showing 'is cap. Ther'l be lots o'folk a warin, those fancy clogs'e meks. There's a famous seaside place called Blackpool, That's noted for fresh air and fun, And Mr and Mrs Ramsbottom Went there with young Albert, their son.

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The Albert and the Lion

albert and the lion

Edgar died in , 5 May 1951. Poem Albert and the Lion - Marriott Edgar. Albert And The Lion Part 2 written by Marriot Edgar You've 'eard 'ow the young Albert Ramsbottom, in the zoo up at Blackpool one year, With a stick with an '. Edgar became known for his witty dittys such as The Lion and Albert, Aggie the Elephant, and The Magna Charta, which were immortalized in popular monologues performed by actor Stanley Holloway. Go and see what the tigers can do. Marriott Edgar Marriott Edgar 1880—1951 , born George Marriott Edgar in , Scotland, was a poet, scriptwriter and comedian best known for writing many of the performed by , particularly the 'Albert' series. Albert and the Lion Thurs a famous seaside place called Blackpool, thats noted fur fresh air an fun, an Mr and Mrs Ramsbottom, went thur with Albert, thur son.

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The Lion and Albert by Marriott Edgar

albert and the lion

P age two Lancashire poetry. Noah cruised around, flying 'iz pigeons, 'Til fortieth day of the wet, And on 'iz way back, passing Blackpool, 'E saw old Sam standing there yet. The Magistrate gave 'is opinion That no one was really to blame, And 'e said that 'e 'oped the Ramsbottoms Would 'ave further sons to their name. The cake arrived as cold as the ice cream beside it and had about as much flavour as a pint of water. Autoplay next video There's a famous seaside place called Blackpool, That's noted for fresh air and fun, And Mr and Mrs Ramsbottom Went there with young Albert, their son.

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Albert And The Lion lyrics by Stanley Holloway

albert and the lion

You could see that the Lion didn't like it, For giving a kind of a roll, He pulled Albert inside the cage with 'im, And swallowed the little lad 'ole. He came and he said 'What's to do? Overall this place is somewhere I could happilly spend a night in, though to be fair and honest I have only ever been early evening. They had a son, Hindle 1905—1985 who was an actor. Three ha'pence a foot I'll tell you an old-fashioned story, that Grandfather used to relate, Of a joiner and building contractor; Iz name, it were Sam Oglethwaite. You could see that the Lion didn't like it,For giving a kind of a roll,He pulled Albert inside the cage with 'im,And swallowed the little lad 'ole.

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The Lion And Albert Poem by Marriott Edgar

albert and the lion

Well not this one as the prices are astronomical being on Blackpool promenade, if you are on holiday go to the one on Lytham road where the locals drink. You'll 'ave t' set fire to your tables, An' maybe your old rockin' chairs. I knew The Lion and Albert, but every other was unfamiliar to me. Are you sure that it's your boy he's eaten? He was described as medium height, quiet with a droll sense of humour. There's a famous seaside place called Blackpool That's noted for fresh air and fun And Mr.

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