Cos my mates were all gary boys yeah
Talkin' like geezers with too much gel in their hair
What you wearing on your feet there son? Is that Reebok or Nike? No it's Marks and Spencers bought by my mum
Cos I was always the ugliest one of the bunch
Sitting in the dining hall with double chips and beans for our lunch
Watching all the pretty young things walk by with their pikey gold jewellary and skirts rolled up way too high

Things don't change no things don't change

Cos there was this one pretty leader boy that called him the King
His name was Michael Jackson and he thought he was in
With his Nike Air max and his brille cream wax
His parents really loved him
But one day Mikey boy he went too far, popped too many pills and took himself down to the pizza bar
Hit the boy behind the counter with a stick, next thing he knew it was 18 months in the nick

Things don't change no things don't change
All this town is still the same
Cos these gary boys yeah really love their SRI's they really think they're something else

Cos now times have changed and we've all come along and no these gary boys they can't move on
Cos we've all left the White Lightning on the green
And doing things in ditches that we probably shouldn't have been
But when we come home to visit the boys are still in town
Sit with their mums on a Sunday morning in their dressing gowns

Things don't change no things don't change
Cos oh this town is still the same
Cos these gary boys yeah really love their big bore 4's
They really thing they're something else




Lyrics submitted by dricambo

SRI's and Big Bore 4's song meanings
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