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Sneak preview: Richard Suart's little list

Sneak preview: Richard Suart's little list

Understandably he didn't want me to spill all the beans, but gave his gracious consent to the preview of a few victims in the latest of his now celebrated spins on Gilbert's lyrics.  They include - no prizes for having guessed this one -

The Prime Minister of Italy who seems to have a hunger/For teenage girls and prostitutes and lots of bunga bunga

- nor this -

There's the Speaker of the Commons who can barely reach his seat/And his wife who has been posing all butt-naked in a sheet

and while some of us might take issue with a few targets, no-one is going to feel too sorry for

...the boss of Ryanair who wants us pay to use the loo/O'Leary's on my list - to be sure he's on my list.

If you want any more, you can see for yourself: only a limited number of performances from tonight, so hurry, hurry.  Jolly good fun guaranteed.


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