"Soldiers" as written by and Tim Adrian Rogers....
We're on the corner every morning just to see you get across
The civic fathers divide us up into cats and dogs
The sergeant major of the neighbourhood is weighing up the cost
The senior transit lane
While we're standing in the rain
Worried if our head will fall
Alright, right

We'll stay together 'til the kids die just to keep it clean
Buy the weapons with the sales made from garden magazines
Strike up the ladies to bake tea cakes for the council's war machine

And they're digging up the roads
And widening it just so
You can suffocate at home
Alright, right

The Prince of Wales tea
To keep the garden green
But they don't want to be there
The shit can't be there

You woke me up just to check that I'm alive
We talk to each other as if we're five
Raise open the flag just to see which of us cares

And they're digging up the roads
And widening it just so
You can suffocate at home
Alright, right

Alright, alright, alright, alright


Lyrics submitted by stonechip

"Soldiers" as written by Bjoern K Ulvaeus Benny Andersson

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentPoor Timmy doesn't like the lyrics in this song... Oh well, i think it's great. Hourly, Daily, seems to have a lot of references to waking up.
    Dressed2Depresson July 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHourly, Daily goes through the cycle of a day.
    scratcheron October 26, 2008   Link

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