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John Davison

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I met her in a restaurant down in old Soho,
Where the cocktails flow and the tables are polished by the owner
Oh oh oh, the owner.
When she’d had her fill then I settled the bill,
I drank from a flask as she fastened her mask.
Does she have Corona?
Coro-ro rorona?

She seemed very kind but it preyed on my mind
And once I got her home she drifted off into a coma,
C O M A, coma.
Now the symptoms I hardly understand
But she coughed like a trooper in a marching band
Oh Corona, Coro-ro rorona
Coro-ro rorona.

She cannot go out now, without good cause,
For fourteen days she must stay indoors.
I hope it’s just flu, but it all depends
Whether we survive away from friends.
I bought supplies and delivered her food,
We chat online to lighten the mood
Or I’ll ’phone her, fafafa fer ’phone her.

Well I guess we’ll never share another dinner plate
And I hope she’ll recover at a later date.
Just be wary when you go to a rave
Or you’ll end up in an early grave
With Corona, Coro-ro rorona
Coro-ro rorona.

Well eventually she boarded a plane
I’m not too sure if we’ll hook-up again,
I could find her a place in my heart
But the chances are slim now we’re far apart,
I’m still a loner, L O N A loner.

Well uncertainty was bound to tire us
But the medicines scuppered that deadly virus,
She had a narrow escape, so thankful am I
When she sends me her picture from old Shanghai
I get a boner, B O N A boner.

When travel restrictions no longer apply
I hope she finds love with a healthy guy
And drinks cola, C O L A cola.
Soho is a busy part of central London known for its nightlife, sexual tolerance and Chinese cuisine. It is easy to explore on foot and popular with tourists visiting the capital of the United Kingdom. Bars and restaurants were conspicuous early casualties of the Corona virus (or Covid-19 pandemic) that spread across most of Europe from February 2020 onwards and caused early deaths worldwide. Public health precautions impaired courtship and dating options during that period.

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