The *** Gardeners there were twelve in all. Hurrah! Hurrah! everyone a Hero and answered the call. Hurrah! Celagh! they were going out to war to fight the *** soon be back as Heroes when the work is done so get the Cheer Leaders ready... the *** Gardeners are coming home
poison gas threatened from afar. Hurrah! Hurrah! Soon be back as Heroes and first at the bar. Hurrah! Celagh! they climbed over the top of the fields of fire and complex networks of barbed wire so get the fireworks ready the *** Gardeners are coming home
deadlocked enemies on the Western line. Hurrah! Hurrah! their bodies were earth their hands were slime. Hurrah! Celagh! they didn't have time to take a breath out of duty to the King they laughed at death so get the flagpoles ready the *** Gardeners are coming home
specialist bombers of an infantry platoon. Hurrah! Hurrah! our Heroes longed to be home so soon. Hurrah! Celagh! overhead shellfire scared them out their wits dropped in their trench and blew them all to bits so get the coffins ready... the *** Gardeners are coming home.
The *** Gardeners were twelve young men who were masters of their craft. They transformed the gardens of Kinloch Castle, on the Isle of *** (Scotland) into a veritable paradise. There were Palm trees, a Japanese walled garden, an array of tropical plants, crops of peaches, nectarines, figs and grapes as well as acres of glass houses with free flying hummingbirds. Out of the 12+ young men that went to war, only two returned.4