Scene that should have been in the K-On Movie

[enter K-On Girls. They walk around and then they sit down underneath Nelson’s column]
[Yui bored and fazed looks up]
Yui: Neh, neh. Azu-nyan who’s that?
Azusa: That’s Admiral Nelson.
Yui: Adumoraru nerusonu?
Azusa: Yes, Yui-senpai
Ritsu: Oh, oh. I know! Wasn’t this the guy that slapped George Washington’s ass!
Azusa: NO! He was the leader of the British fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar! Oh, didn’t you study this in history class, senpai!
Yui: Ehhehheh.
Azusa: So does anyone know any English songs?
Yui: Only one. Let’s see here
I vow to thee my country all earthly things above
[An old man wearing a beret on his head and a badge on his shoulder looks up]
Yui: Entire and whole and perfect; the service of my love
Old Man: The love that asks no question, the love that stands the test,
Yui: That lays upon the altar the dearest and the best;
[The Old man stands up. He walks towards the towering structure and continues to sing]
Yui: The love that never falters, the love that pays the price,
[Everyone in the square stops their activities and too begin singing. They walk toward the column and crowd around Yui. We pan to their faces and notice how different they seem. But all are united in one voice, for one song]
The love that makes undaunted the final sacrifice.
[Yui appears confused but continues singing]
Yui: And there’s another country I heard of not long ago. Most dear to them that love her. Most great to them that know.
We may not count her armies
[The camera pans along the crowd at eye level view. A few are holding in the air small British flags are being held up. The camera pans back to the Old man. He seems to be deep in thought and there are tears in his eyes]
Yui: We may not count her armies, we may not see her King
[5 Schoolbuses stop outside the crowd. The children run out of the bus and join in the singing]
Yui: Her fortress is a faithful heart, her pride is suffering;
[The crowd begin singing even louder now]
And soul by soul and silently her shining bounds increase,
And her ways are ways of gentleness, and all her paths are peace.

Schoolkid 1: GOD BLESS BRITAIN! GOD BLESS THE QUEEN!
[Fireworks of red, white and blue explode over the column even though there is daylight. The crowd erupts in cheers and everyone waves small British flags. It is as if the fireworks have brought them together and reminded them of what it means to be British. The numberless flags being waved makes it seems like there is a sea of red, white and blue. Some are crying and hugging each other. Some are wearing a Union Jack T-shirt. All are yelling ‘God Bless Britain.’]
[The Keions look on, visibly confused]
Azusa: Wow. This must be what they call ‘the British spirit.’

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