Very silly parody with simple guitar waltz in the background. It vaguely recalls poems by Thomas Hood ("I remember I remember the house where I was born") and A E Housman ("Blue remembered hills"), to whom many apologies, and the advert "Cheese please Louise" all in aid of a cheese (which I quite liked) called Lymeswold from an invented English market town. The cheese was created in the UK in the 1980s in order to make use of a milk surplus and it was in direct competition with the creamy blue cheeses from the European continent. Eventually Cambozola won the market and Lymeswold faded away and was no more seen (there may also have been a health scare if I recall correctly!) Interestingly some versions of stilton in supermarkets are now becoming more creamy and less crumbly than before, maybe Lymeswold is coming back in a new guise?!
I remember I remember the soft and tangy taste The Lymeswold cheese twixt wholemeal bread consumed in office haste
I remember I remember the 80s were so fine The Lymeswold cheese twixt wholemeal bread, that gorgeous meal of mine
Into my mouth my senses please As at my desk I sat
What was that blue remembered cheese, What luscious meal was that?
Now Cambozol is all we have, I see it oh so plain.
Replacing cheese we used to have That cannot come again
"Lymeswold please" I asked Louise "Fair trolley maid, with tea" No finer food than soft blue cheese No finer drink for me
Those foreign cheeses aren't the same No, Lymeswold was the best
That was that blue remembered name I always would request Lymeswold please,
Authentic slice of Lymeswold (or Люмисволд (lyumisvold) as they say) from Russian page http://povar.ru/wiki/sorta_syra/liumi... Tea lady origin not known Lymeswold advert shown in www.tvcream.co.uk Cambozola slice from Jorchr at Wikimedia and, of course, me in the office looking for my Lymeswold cheese sandwich!