"Straighten Out" as written by Hugh Alan Cornwell, David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy and Jean Jacques Burnel....
And the first commandment reads
That human flesh and blood
Is sacred
Until there is no more food

The break of day has come
I see the cracks have just begun
To line the walls
Line the walls
I want to see the little girls and boys
Destroy their toys
And line the walls
Line the walls

What a fate for little girls
British boys' minds in a whirl
Tell you things that'll make your curls
Straighten out
Straighten out
Straighten out
Straighten out

For twenty years or more
Just tell me what you're living for
So tell me now
Tell me now
Frustrated intellect
That government capitulation
Follows now
Follows now

What a fate for little girls
British boys' minds in a whirl
Tell you things that'll make your curls
Straighten out
Straighten out
Straighten out
Straighten out

The break of day has come
I see the cracks have just begun
To line the walls
Line the walls
I want to see the little girls and boys
Destroy their toys
And line the walls
Line the walls

What a fate for little girls
British boys' minds in a whirl
Tell you things that'll make your curls
Straighten out
Straighten out
Straighten out
Straighten out

Straighten out


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"Straighten Out" as written by David Greenfield Brian John Duffy

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