was reading Bri's soapbox stuff about this, and was shocked to discover there is a straight version
what does he mean by straight? because the two versions i've heard are both extra camp
1. has the line "my little dog ain't too hungry - he just kept on barking - viscious"
2. "i caught a train to georgia, sixteen coaches long"
but both are full of campness - comments like - viscious, oh tantrumts, coming on strong
did Bri when he said "styraight" refer to a "loyal reproduction of the original? - or was he actaully referring to the campness of the arrangement?
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