i can hear the grass grow
Yeah, yeah, mowing tomorrow, probably. Just didn't have the gusto to do that as well today!
Part of me (probably the part that remembers your fine singing at 'Noah's Animals') was awaiting some lyrical reference to "Gus the gardner", or a mournful comment along the lines of "the fuchsia's gone, I couldn't face the fuchsia all alone", but, alas, it was not to be. May the music of Benny Hill replace the theme of the Great Escape in your head, and may your grass grow slowly!
AS I recall, the verse wentBut Gus the Gardener's left nowAnd you went with him too;The fungus there reminds me Of the fun Gus is having with you.The rockery's a mockery; With weeds it's overgrown.The fuschia's gone; now I can't faceThe fuschia all alone...And my tears fell like rain dropsFrom the sky above,And poisoned all the flowersIn my garden of love.But it's too sad for a NewFrontiers Blogger, don't you think?
Yes, it is a little on the tragic side. Unfortunately, I can't think of any other Benny Hill songs which are likely to be more appropriate.
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