"Seaside" as written by William Jonathan Brown and Samuel Dylan Murphy Preston....
Well I'm here,
But where are you?
You're inside,
With better things to do

With better things to do,
Like sitting in a room,
And staring at computer screens,
And fax machines

Not gonna wait,
Gonna wait,
For the weekend,
To step outside,
Hurry up Hurry up put your shoes on,
We're stepping out tonight,
The seaside needs us more than ever

The man says,
You've gone and spent,
The money,
He ever so kindly lent

Enjoy your pretty things,
The things you'll never use,
You're overdrawn and underpaid,
And overweight

Not gonna wait,
Gonna wait,
For the weekend,
To step outside,
Hurry up Hurry up put your shoes on,
We're stepping out tonight,
The seaside needs us more than ever

The seaside needs us more than ever

Not gonna wait,
Gonna wait,
For the weekend,
To step outside,
Hurry up, hurry up put your shoes on,
We're stepping out tonight,
The seaside needs us more than ever


Lyrics submitted by butterflykiss84

"Seaside" as written by Lloyd Green Chip Young

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    General CommentThe lead singer proper rips off morrissey
    mdeaveson January 25, 2005   Link
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    General CommentUmm, the band are completly influenced by Morrrissey. They are of course named after a song by Moz himself! I wouldn't call it ripping off at all. It's clear to see in some of their lyrics how much The Smiths and Morriessy's music have shaped them.
    butterflykiss84on March 09, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYes, I see your point. Spoke too soon,
    mdeaveson March 25, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAre TOB only big in England? There's hardly any posts on them?

    Love this song by the way. Best on Over The Counter Culture.
    Wallamanageon July 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commentwhy arent any of songs from their new album brassbound on here yet?
    blocpartyboyon September 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentDidn't realise the brilliance of this song till I saw them perform it live. Absolutely quality.
    un_intendedon March 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentCompletely anthemic and a sing along classic
    rapiston April 04, 2006   Link

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