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112                     AFTER THE WAR
When I come back to England
I won't be half a swell— Ribbons for the scrapping
At Loos and New Chapelle. I'll search the whole town over
To find another trade, And be a blooming boot-black
On Charing Cross parade.
I will not leave for fun— The change will bring me profit.
The Army pay is good, But, God! there's little of it.