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gertcha

(ˈɡɜːtʃə)
interj
get out of here!
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Two heats of a maiden stacompetition 575m Ernie (7.17) Gertcha Dower Dower Hutton's Burgess Sarah (y e r s ' tition over can go to Gaskin's Droopys Aoife and Frank Gray's Makeit ha (7.33), with Simmonds' er Product (7.49) and r Tyson (8.06) plus Kevin 's Burgess Sarah (8.21) the picks in a similar event over 400m.
He and bassist Dave Peacock played "rockney", a mix of rock and cockney, and their eight Top 40 singles included Rabbit and Gertcha.
The pair's monster hits included Gertcha, Snooker Loopy and Rabbit - with lyrics like "You won't stop talking, why don't you give it a rest rabbit, rabbit, rabbit, rabbit."
Their good-time pub rockers like Rabbit, Wallop!, Gertcha, Margate and The Sideboard Song are all bone fide classics - but don't take our word for it, just ask Sir Paul McCartney, who's a massive fan of the enduring double act.
But that doesn't mean they won't be playing the likes of Gertcha, Rabbit and Ain't No Pleasing You.
With tracks like Gertcha, Snooker Loopy and Rabbit always raising a smile it's easy to overlook the fact that they've played at Glastonbury, performed this year at Sonisphere and once opened for Zeppelin.
The pair - known for hits such as Rabbit, Gertcha and Ain't No Pleasing You - released their first new album for 27 years last year and recently headlined the Royal Albert Hall.
With tracks like Gertcha, Snooker Loopy and Rabbit always raising a smile, it's easy to overlook the fact that they've played at Glastonbury, perform this year at Sonisphere and once opened for Zeppelin.
Even the promise of a Dilly full English was apparently not quite enough to tempt him.Never mind, you Gertcha a real star in Chas.
Chas & Dave reached the top twenty in 1979 with Gertcha, which became a nationwide catchphrase.
Gertcha!" Speaking of which, What Remains has finished, and not much remains at the end of it.