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The Lyrics of Noël Coward by Noël Coward

Mad Dogs and Englishmen, Dont Put your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs Worthington and over 250 more lyrics from Cowards musical masterpieces.

Noël Coward is one of the greatest lyricists of the twentieth century. Songs such as A Room with a View, The Stately Homes of England, Mad Dogs and Englishmen and Mrs Worthington are known, sung and loved the world over. This edition gathers together over 250 of Cowards lyrics, arranged in chronological order and grouped by show. In addition, these masterpieces of verse are accompanied by an introduction and notes from the Master himself.
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Noel Coward Mad dogs and Englishmen

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Mad dogs and Englishmen Go out in the midday sun.
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In Tropical climes there are certain times of day When all the citizens retire to take their clothes off and perspire It's one of those rules the greatest fools obey Because the Sun is far too sultry and one must avoid its ultra-violet rays. The natives grieve when the White Men leave their huts Because they're obviously… definitely…Nuts! Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun The Japanese don't care to, the Chinese wouldn't dare to Hindus and Argentines sleep firmly from twelve till one But Englishmen detest-a siesta Noel Coward Indeed it so happens, that this practice is common, in the Mediterranean area, India, Southeast Asia, and South America, where temperatures are higher, and where nations are less affluent. In more northern or more southern countries, people may take a midday nap for different reasons: fatigue or somnolence in the former and a lifelong cultural habit in the latter.

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