I have seen the ghost of Oswald Mosley standing in shadows waiting for his time again waiting for the call to take the country putting on the black shirt to rally to the cause again

I’ve seen him walk in these halls walk through these walls smashing the plates in the pantry
Servants cower at the strike hour children laughing waiting for his spirit to rise
There’s a wave & it’s sweeping over me over me
There’s a wave & it’s sweeping over me over me

I have seen the ghost of Oswald Mosley standing in shadows waiting for his time again waiting for the call to take the country putting on the black shirt to rally to the cause again

Out on the banks of the Seine the story’s the same a disembodied voice cries Diana
He’s got a grip on this new situation he’s found death’s vocation it’s better to hate than to love
There’s a wave & it’s sweeping over me over me
There’s a wave & it’s sweeping over me over me

I have seen the ghost of Oswald Mosley standing in shadows waiting for his time again waiting for the call to take the country putting on the black shirt to rally to the cause again

to rally to the cause again
to rally to the cause again




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