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Paul Gascoigne’s Tribute Poem To Bobby Robson

by | 15th, August 2009

PAUL Gascoigne has penned a poem to his former England manager Sir Bobby Robson. It’s called: “To Sir Bobby from Daft as a Brush”:

When I was 12 I met a man called Bobby,

It was in Ipswich in a lobby,

At first I seen him he just smiled with such glee,

I knew he was the man for me,

He was a great man,

Even better than Peter Pan,

He looked after me for so many years,

He was like a tree with the fruit of the pears,

I know he’s above,

And I’ll always be his son like the feathers of a dove,

He has now passed away,

But every night I say a little pray,

For the great man Sir Bobby he will be missed,

I’ve kept okay and hope not to get p****d

I will never forget you for as long as I live,

You gave me a chance,

I started to bounce,

There are no rules for loving and sharing,

But hearts beat faster when someone is caring.

Love Gazza

Away and pray… Not the worst rhyme of all time but better that Chris de Burgh who rhymed dance with romance and never played France…

Posted: 15th, August 2009 | In: Sports Comment | TrackBack | Permalink