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"HMS Pinafore" (ou "The Lass that Loved a Sailor") est une opérette écrite et composée par Gilbert et Sullivan en 1878. (Réalité extrapolée *)

Les chansons "A British Tar" et "He remains an Englishman" sont incluses dans cette œuvre.

En 2375, le Lt. Commander Data avait préparé une prestation pour "HMS Pinafore" avant d'être affecté temporairement à l'équipe de surveillance étudiant les Ba'kus. Plus tard, le Capitaine Picard chanta "A British Tar" avec l'androïde alors défectueux, pour le distraire assez longtemps afin que Worf l'arrête. Bien que Worf indiqua ne pas être familier avec Gilbert et Sullivan (pensant même qu'il s'agissait de membres de l'USS Enterprise-E), il fut capable de chanter la chanson en harmonie avec Picard. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

A British Tar Modifier

A British tar is a soaring soul,
As free as a mountain bird,
His energetic fist should be ready to resist
A dictatorial word.
His nose should pant,
and his lip should curl,
His cheeks should flame
and his brow should furl,
His bosom should heave,
and his heart should glow,
And his fist be ever ready for a knock-down blow!

(Refrain)
His nose should pant and his lip should curl,
His cheeks should flame and his brow should furl,
His bosom should heave and his heart should glow,
And his fist be ever ready for a knock-down blow.

His eyes should flash with an inborn fire,
His brow with scorn be wrung;
He never should bow down to a domineering frown,
Or the tang of a tyrant tongue!

His foot should stamp,
and his throat should growl,
His hair should twirl,
and his face should scowl,
His eyes should flash,
and his breast protrude,
And this should be his customary attitude.

(Refrain)
His foot should stamp, and his throat should growl,
His hair should twirl, and his face should scowl;
His eyes should flash, and his breast protrude,
And this should be his customary attitude, his attitude, his attitude, his attitude.

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