Re: A Simple Four Phrase Types Theory
|From:||Peter Bleackley <peter.bleackley@...>|
|Date:||Monday, January 19, 2004, 11:01|
Staving John Cowan:
> > - (Whistling River Kwa? main theme) (feeling great)
>This tune, called "Colonel Bogey March" ("Colonel Bogey" is a name
>for an old-school military officer), actually does have words, which are
>*implied* in the context of the film by whistling the tune:
> Hitler, he has just one ball,
> Goering has two, but awfully small,
> Himmler has something sim'lar,
> And Goebbels has no balls at all.
A few slight corrections
Line one "has only got one"
Line two "very"
Line four "And poor old Göbbels", pronunced [G9balz].
According to a post-mortem carried out by the Russians in 1945, line one
was accurate. How did they know?