"Swinging" as written by Jonathan Edward Hoadley Foster-moore and Luke Michael Haines....
If you let me join your gang,
I'll show you things you never dreamed of,
After school we'll steal a car,
Drive until the feeling changes,

All the people have to say,
We're swinging,
We don't like you,
Go away,
We're swinging,
Feeling rotten to the core,
And I don't need you anymore,

Are you a hardcore hooligan,
Did you really burn the old school down,
If I set fire to you now,
Would you even make a sound,

All the people have to say,
We're swinging,
We don't like you,
Go away,
We're swinging,
Feeling rotten to the core,
And I don't need you anymore,

It's the end of the affair,
Bet you never thought you'd even get this far,
And I dare you to look down,
See how brave you really are,

Run with Cardiff to the Southdowns,
We're swinging,
From the coast to the cathedral towers,
We're swinging,
Feeling rotten to the core,
And I don't need you anymore,
And I don't need you anymore,


Lyrics submitted by enola

"Swinging" as written by Luke Michael Haines Jonathan Edward Hoadley Foster-moore

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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