"Disco Man" as written by Raymond Ian Burns, Paul Gray, Christopher John Millar and David Vanian....
Take my hand, discoman
Are you just a one night stand?
Have some fun, jump the gun
But what's left when it's all done

But who are you taking for a ride, discoman
Better to run or else to hide discoman, discoman

Tall and neat, watch his feet
Got the jist he's all complete
Understand discomans
Heading for the garbage can

Have you just crossed a bridge too far, discoman
Jump in a cab and steal a car, the worse in the land
Discoman, one night stand, discoman
I can't understand, discoman

What are you doing
Your life's in a ruin
You're out of our head
You oughta be dead

Down the stairs, no-one cares
He who wuins is he who dares
Rock n Roll, lose control
Just forget you're on the dole

But who are you taking for a ride, discoman
Better to run or else to hide, worst in the land
Discoman, one night stand, discoman
I can't understand, discoman

Are you ready...

For the discoman


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"Disco Man" as written by David Vanian Christopher John Millar

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    General CommentThe death of disco hedonism. Disco sold glamour but no one was living it. Punk was supposed to be the musical end of living the lie.
    NEWROSEon July 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI still see Disco Man every night in my town. They're still out of thier head falling along and trying to get into cabs while totally pissed.
    'The Dole' is the British Unemployment Benefit btw, a small amount of money (currently £45-ish a week) given to the unemployed who are 'actively seeking work'.

    dwitefryon December 22, 2008   Link

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