While the Baron is away, Dymphna has decided to have a bit o’ fun…
(Note to the Headmistress: please cover the smaller children’s eyes for this post)
This video clip could be the start of a great musical. And since Wahhabis don’t do music, why…they’ll never see it, will they?
Like Mark Steyn, I’m a sucker for good lyrics. For example, in the song, “Cry Me a River,” Julie London carries this one off beautifully:
Remember, I remember all that you said
Told me love was too plebeian
Told me you were through with me and
Now you say you love me…
Ella Fitzgerald’s version is mighty fine, too, but with London you always imagine she’s really pitching it to Jack Webb, the old “Dragnet” robo-man.
My favorite rhyme in this one occurs right at the end. Who would have thought to pair up that word with “Saudi Arabia”?
Yea, I know this dates back to last October, but I only saw it today at Infidels are Cool
You go, girl.
[the fun ends here. We return your to our regular programming]