he was nineteen dreaming thirty
tattered stamps and chadwick's pidgin french
endless shops where countless no ones
dressed in drabness
well he wanted nothing else

it's a good job there's love
it's a good job there's love and affection
in this mucky world
it's a good job there's love
it's a good job there's love and affection
in this mucky world
love and affection in this lumpy world
love and affection in my gorgeous world

beneath all the concrete we find it
left the lovelorn, joined the loveless
watched the sunset on a secondhand t.v.
drinking tea with the curtains drawn
i sat with jane and drank in sympathy

it's a good job there's love
it's a good job there's love and affection
in this mucky world
it's a good job there's love
it's a good job there's love and affection
in this mucky world
love and affection in this sloppy world
love and affection in my gorgeous world

beneath all this concrete we find it
beneath all this concrete we find it
beneath all this concrete we find it


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