I recall the Drummy telling me that bugle calls were memorised with words for each call a la 'Come to the cookhouse door boys...'. My Frau doesn't believe me. Before I am forced to correct her attitude I would like some evidence. Anyone got a link to the various calls?
"Oh gor blimey, round we go again" = Cavalry fours about turn
"Officer's wives eat pudding and pies, sergeants wives eat skelly, soldiers wives get nothing at all to fill their empty bellies" = Officer's dinner call
"there's a "n-word" on the wall" (repeated) = alarm