"In England" as written by and John Malcolm Watts....
Colourful compartments.
Desert island views.
Elusive in England.
Forget the fabrications.
Give us all a clue.
Have faith in horizon.
Intercity interlude.
Jack and Jill rub thigh's and think it's rude.
Keeping close along the line.
Lovers losing sense of time.
In England...In England...In England...In England...
(Ooooooo that's nice, Ooooooo Paradise).
Many manifestos.
Nailed up on the wall.
Out of the blue...Only for you.
Printed regulations.
Quick to disapprove.
Restrictions restrictions.
Skin and bones can't find a way.
To keep the British blues at bay.
Underneath the surface laughter.
Voices quiver in the dark.
In England...In England...In England...In England...
(Ooooooo that's nice, Ooooooo Paradise).


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    General CommentI love the line about Jack and Jill.

    But I dont understand, what exactly is going on in England. Something with rule and regulations, you better disapprove. On the surface everything is so nice, but dont trust this!

    Written in the Thatcher aera, this song
    works today even better!
    kidgforceon February 04, 2012   Link

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