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No. 8 - Quartet - Talk, Bunker Bliss, Mrs. Black and Downham.

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Talk: I know somebody I want to meet,
Not so very very far away,
Bliss: I guess somebody will have a treat
If I come across his track today.
Mrs. Black: I should like to have a word or two
With this gentleman when you have done!
Downham: I'll be present at the interview,
I can see that somebody will have some fun.
All: When we get hold of him
What shall we do?
We'll try not to hurt him,
It might disconcert him.
We'll be very, very nice to him,
Offer good advice to him,
He'll be so excited and highly delighted
That a tear of deep emotion will
Trickle from his eye,
Of course he'll start grieving
If we talk of leaving,
So a long, long time we'll stay with him,
Spend a happy day with him,
We'll make the dear chappy
Exceedingly happy,
He really won't feel dull until
We have said goodbye!
   
Talk: I shall offer him this document
Which he'll be delighted to receive.
Bliss: If you'll only point me out the gent
He will find I've something up my sleeve.
Mrs. Black: I shall simply introduce a friend
Who will talk to him upon the spot.
Downham: They will satisfy him in the end,
That they're all what you may call a lively spot.
All: When we get hold of him
What shall we do?
We'll try not to hurt him,
It might disconcert him.
We'll be very, very nice to him,
Offer good advice to him,
He'll be so excited and highly delighted
That a tear of deep emotion will
Trickle from his eye,
Of course he'll start grieving
If we talk of leaving,
So a long, long time we'll stay with him,
Spend a happy day with him,
We'll make the dear chappy
Exceedingly happy,
He really won't feel dull until
We have said goodbye!

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