"Favours In The Beetroot Fields" as written by and Martin/wilkinson Noble....
Who's a little Caesar
Taking all the world
Who's a little Caesar
Breaking all the records
Who's a little Caesar
Who's a little Caesar
Who's a little Caesar
Taking all the world

The universe is a record
Of everything you say and do
Who's a little Caesar
Who's a little Caesar
The universe is a record
Of everything you say and do

The north island isle is a mighty good isle
The north island isle is a mighty good isle
The north island isle?


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"Favours in the Beetroot Fields" as written by Jan Scott Wilkinson Martin Noble

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    General CommentOh how I would love to see Apologies to Insect Life and this played back to back live...
    ripelivejamon March 22, 2006   Link
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    General Commenthow does this song only have 1 comment? it rocks, and it's pure energy. even though it's short.
    illiterature7on December 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAgreed w/ illiterature7. Pure energy describes it perfectly.
    laurentertainingon October 08, 2008   Link
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    General Comment Field Marshal Montgomery is reputed to have exhorted his troops to 'take favours in the beetroot fields', a euphemism for visiting prostitutes.
    Paulthedigon June 12, 2011   Link

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