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My Name is Clarence

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My Name is Clarence

My Name is Clarence

My name is Clarence,
I live in Leicester Square,
I wear satin pyjamas,
and a rosebud in my hair.

cho: Yes we're all queers together
     That's why we're going upstairs
     Yes we're all queers together
     Excuse us while we go upstairs.

I went for a ride on a trolly bus
It was crowded, I had to stand
A little boy offered me his seat
So I felt for it with my hand.

In Hyde Park I dropped a shilling,
So bright it was lying there free,
A little boy bent to pick it up,
But I was behind the tree.

ALTERNATE:

All Queers Together
(Sung to the "Eton Boat Song")

My name is Cecil,
I come from Leicester Square,
I wander around,
With flowers in my hair,
For we're all queers together,
That's why we go around in pairs,
For we're all queers together,
Now excuse us while we go upstairs.

I went for a ride on a choo-choo,
And found that I had to stand,
A little boy offered me his seat,
So I went for it with my hand,
For we're all queers together,
That's why we go around in pairs,
For we're all queers together,
Now excuse us while we go upstairs.

See: MY PROPER NAME IS CLARENCE

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