"Margaret's Injection" as written by and Dan Goodwin Patrick Fitzgerald....
Love is our large concern
But that's become difficult to share.
She cannot open her eyes
They've been glued by greed.

I'm not in the habit of hurting a person
Never relished violence
But Margaret it's time for your injection.

Should I fetch a priest and gun?
Her trip is now beginning
She dies unloved.

She'll never be forgotten she made sure of that
Selling back to people what they'd already got.

I wish I missed you more not never a wound to heal.
I wish I'd hurt you more pain is your just reward.
I wish I'd killed you more pain is your just reward.

Time is now mine to kill.
Her corpse is now threatening to smell.
I watch her blood congeal just skin and bones.

She'll never be forgotten we'll paint on her grave
And take from her kind any love that they'd made.



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"Margaret's Injection" as written by Julian Swales Dan Goodwin

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    General CommentClearly about Thatcher. Only looked it up now that the witch is dead.
    bomayaon April 09, 2013   Link
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    General CommentVery dark lyrics. I wonder if it was a real person in one of the band members' lives...
    ToB_NarooNon November 04, 2010   Link

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