"Drinking For England" as written by Simon Friend, Charles Kenton Heather, Mark Chadwick, Jonathan Sevink and Jeremy Cunningham....
Don't fall under temptation
If drinking for the nation
Is getting you down
'Cause it takes a lot of work

Filling up your belly
And eating dirt
It takes a lot of cash
And a lot of life to get this trash

But it's easier than paying
You tie it straight to the mouth
But it's easier than paying
You tie it straight to the mouth

Don't fall under temptation
If drinking for the nation
Is dragging you down
Your country needs you don't deny it

Drink all you can just don't get high
And if you feel it start to hurt
Just buy another
Say let's get worse

But it's easier than paying
You tie it straight to the mouth
But it's easier than paying
You tie it straight to the mouth

Don't fall under temptation
If drinking for the nation is getting you down
'Cause every penny that you spend
Goes to defend, the one you love

No, it's not mine if you haven't a drink
No pain no gain, hand in glove

Don't ever think if thinking brings you down
Don't ever think if thinking brings you down
Don't ever think if thinking brings you down
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"Drinking for England [*]" as written by Jeremy Cunningham Charles Kenton Heather

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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