Love, Laughter and Limericks!
Whilst not as a general rule
In Spain he behaved like a fool.
He tried for a kiss
From a sexy young miss
And ended up thrown in the pool ... Charlie!
Her name has the meaning of honey
And her singing was right on the money
She sings Mozart with beauty
With a voice clear and fruity
But has not yet sung songs that are funny... Mel!
She is usually fitter and lither,
And is currently not so slim either
As a man she did sing
And a virginal thing
But it’s perfectly clear she is neither... Rachael!
As well as being sexy and sultury
Her teaching is classy and cultury,
She taught us to sing
Like birds on the wing
That’s songbirds of course and not vultury ... Pippa!
On stage it is me she beguiles,
You can hear her for miles and for miles,
Her voice is so full
When she’s on the pull
And she must have the loudest of smiles ... Helen!
She throws herself into her part
With gusto as well as with heart
She sings and she prances
She jumps and she dances
And acts like a lady or tart ... Cathy!
His singing is silky and smooth
And gets himself into the groove
He struts round the stage
Like a beast in a cage
The harshest of hearts he could sooth ... Robin!
This girl you might think a bit nutty
In her hands I am truly like putty
You will be quite amazed
That she’s not the least fazed
When she’s asked to act smutty or slutty ... Hazel!
I admit I have seen him when mooning
And his voice is much better than crooning
And although some might say
I’ll deny it all day
That we spent our siesta by spooning ... Andrew!
Her name is not spelt as it’s said
You can tell by her voice she’s well bred
If you need one more clue
To discover who’s who
Her feet are quite close to her head ... Sian!
Her voice is so clear and so pure
Without doubt many men she will lure
Were I forty years younger
I’d still have that hunger
And be making a play to be sure ... Olivia!
Her fingers fly over the keys
With incredible skill, and with ease,
She swears like two troopers
But covers our bloopers
And she is always so eager to please ... Lesley-Anne!
You would notice she had a false start
But she gave us her song with such heart
That a man in the crowd
Started blubbing out loud
The song hit its mark like a dart ... Averil!
Although she was not with us long
She delighted us all with her song
When she sang to the moon
It made us all swoon
But her wobbly legs felt all wrong ... Lucy!
Both she and her friends arrived later
Then she sang a sad song to her pater
Her song, from the start,
Truly softened his heart
And his lightening mood did elate her ... Katie!
She sang her main song with a fury
But was late cos she sat on a jury
She gave us a thrill
When the space she did fill
With her high notes and coloratury ... Jenny!
You would quite understand should you see her
That to every man’s heart she’d bring cheer
And not just their hearts
But a few other parts.
I am talking of course of Lucia ...
On a weekend away with no Mrs.
And missing her tend'rest of Krs
He wrote verses, whist parted
Knowing not what he’d started
And now, with his friends, remiNrs... Charlie!
...and from Louise
You wonderful singers of songs
Who departed for Spain in a throng
So what’s app reports
your gowns were quite gorg
and you still found time to send me thoughts
...and from Averil
Our Salon had yet one more outing
The audience “Hooray!” all were shouting
When the tenor went “Splash!”
He cut such a dash!
Of his talents there could be no doubting.
...and from Cathy
He clearly is master of words,
His Limericks fly out just like Birds,
When choosing his Gal,
Or his Guy or his Pal,
Then Libel and suchlike's absurd(s)! ... Charlie!
...and from Sian
A singer who imbibed Tintorino.
Became a singing supremo.
While warbling intensely,
They impressed us immensely,
With more Fizz than San Pellegrino!