8
Mar

English Lesson: The Rain in Spain

   Posted by: Dan   in Sunday School

Ay not I, O not Ow, Pounding pounding in our brain.
Ay not I, O not Ow, Don’t say “Rine,” say “Rain”…

– The rain… in Spain… stays mainly… in the plain…
– What was that?
– The rain in Spain… stays mainly in the plain.
– Again.
– The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain.
– I think she’s got it! I think she’s got it!
– The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain!
– By George, she’s got it! By George, she’s got it!
Now, once again: where does it rain?
– On the plain! On the plain!
– And where’s that soggy plain?
– In Spain! In Spain!
– The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain!
– Bravo!
– The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain!
– In Hartford, Hereford, and Hampshire…?
– Hurricanes hardly happen.
How kind of you to let me come!
– Now once again, where does it rain?
– On the plain! On the plain!
– And where’s that blasted plain?
– In Spain! In Spain!
– The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain!
– The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain!

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2 comments so far

Brindusa
 1 

Splendid “remember” Audrey. Thanks.

March 8th, 2009 at 3:48 am
 2 

Cu placere. 🙂
Este un “La multi ani!” de 8 martie pentru toate Galateele din lume — de care s-a indragostit vreodata un Pygmalion.

March 8th, 2009 at 3:53 am