"Stalag 123" as written by Michael Geoffrey Jones, Greg Roberts and Don Letts....
I'm fixing on a jail break
But the door is open wide
Stuck in Stalag 123
And there ain't no one to bribe

I got the Studio Blues and some other bad news
The basements been swamped by a flood
I got the Studio Blues and it's ruined my shoes
My Boogie's all covered in mud

Daydreams of the great escape
Of music on the run ("There will be no escape from this camp")
Do an Albert R. N.
And go straight to number 1

I got the Studio Blues and some other bad news
The basements been swamped by a flood
I got the Studio Blues and it's ruined my shoes
My Boogie's all covered in mud

"One man here has made 17 attempted escapes
Captain, this is close to insanity"

No windows no air and second hand gear
We'd only stop for tea
Digital toys, Rizla, and Playboys
Some kind of democracy

Called the Studio Blues and some other bad news
The basements been swamped by a flood
I got the Studio Blues and it's ruined my shoes
My Boogie's all covered in mud

I got the Studio Blues and some other bad news
The basements been swamped by a flood
I got the Studio Blues and it's ruined my shoes
My Boogie's all covered in mud


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"Stalag 123" as written by Greg Roberts Don Letts

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