excerpt from 'Interview with Alfred Deahl' (128 words)

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Interview with Alfred Deahl

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[O]h, Sam Mayo was funny.  He used to come on dressed in a dressing gown and all hunched up centre of footlights and he used to sing these songs.  And I remember one about – he’s a fireman and he’s rescuing this lady on the ladder outside her bedroom window, telling her to come out, right.  She said ‘I can’t come out because I’m only half dressed’ and he said [sings], ‘Come out and I’ll shut one eye’.  And I always remember that line, and the audience used to roar.  He was very, very funny.  And he used to sing in this lugubrious sort of voice all the time, you know, about all sorts of things.  He was very, very good, old Sam.

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