"Scholarship is the Enemy of Romance" as written by and Billy Bragg....
Scholarship is the enemy of romance
Where does that leave me? alone in the rain again
What happened to the weekend I planned with you?
We didn't even get upstairs this time

I never missed that end-of-term kiss
But where did it go, miss? I don't know, miss

Take me to the fair and hold me close as we fly
Through the air
Then suddenly on Sunday, it all just melted away
And when it had gone, between patches of yellowing grass
I found a coin and lost what I was looking for

I never took the advice in that book
Oh you should look, sir, you might learn, sir,
You might learn, sir

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"Scholarship Is the Enemy of Romance" as written by Billy Bragg

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