"Weekend Revolution" as written by William Jonathan Brown and Samuel Dylan Murphy Preston....
The daily drudge deals a mean hand,
Menial commerse makes a mean man,
You're gonna, you're gonna have a fine time,
Just, just not on my time

If they couls peer behind the screens,
At all your sordid little schemes,
You unleash the tension,
Do things i wouldn't mention

Your weekday demons take their toll on you,
But your weekend revolution just won't do,
Don't hang yourself with your christmas tie,
In your coffin flat,
You sit and die,
Your weekend revolution

Your mother's proud of her only son,
What if she could see the things he's done,
Friday and your five day prison,
Glazed eyes and double vision

You loutish lads look not for love,
You grab your loins and hunt for blood,
You unleash the tension,
Do things i wouldn't mention

Your weekday demons take their toll on you,
But your weekend revolution just won't do,
Don't hang yourself with your christmas tie,
In your coffin flat,
You sit and die,
Your weekend revolution


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"Weekend Revolution" as written by William Jonathan Brown Samuel Dylan Murphy Preston

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    General CommentThis is obviously about the hooligan culture among some young British men. Weekday demons = working 9 to 5 in a low paid, meaningless job, getting depressed, and weekend revolution is obviously getting p*ssed on Friday and Saturday and getting into fights.
    rapiston April 04, 2006   Link

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