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CHAPTER TWELVE

I know I'm not a lady,
And I'm not a Beauty Queen,
My pedigree is shady,
And my manners can't be seen.
I haven't any money,
And my brain is balf-and-half ..
But-if a thing is funny
Then I always have to laugh.

And then the chorus again, her laughter, adorable music in itself, set to this enchanting melody; trills and gurgles and bubbling happiness coming out of this absurdly attractive face - large eyes, large mouth and very little else.
The last verse. Sung very solemnly, with a tremendous effort (after each two lines) to keep control.

At a sermon of the Vicar's
My attention sva.r profound ...
Till I saw his sister's knickers
Slipping slowly to the ground ...
I was grave as Mrs. Grundy
As the first instalment showed ...
Then, although it was a Sunday,
Well, I couldn't help explode.

An explosion of helpless laughter, the tune of the chorus abandoned ... and then magically caught up again into the trills and bubbling happiness of the second verse...
Coral Bell...
Then he was at another table, and back to lobster again. Oxmsby's own table.
`Hallo, Wellard. D'you know Mr. Wellard, Ruth? Reginald Wellard. You've read his book. Miss Faixfax.
A remark of Reginald's that he had met Miss Fairfax that evening across the footlights. Interest in Mr. Wellard,

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