Sarah’s brother was in the Boys’ Brigade
Navy blue jersey found by the lake
But the local constabulary lacked the vocabulary
To deal with the emotion of this case

So stay inside if your blades are blunt
Six year old victim of this ignorant front,
Such peace in pride, white arms held high

One other step after the other,
Fear of ending up how young men once were

Now Sarah’s father isn’t taking this news too well
Hard-working man remaining to himself
But the local consensus won’t see to deem his residency
With any merit due to place of birth

Don’t go outside if your blades are blunt
Six year old victim of this ignorant front
Such peace in pride, white arms held high

One other step after the other,
Fear of ending up how young men once were

Don’t go outside if your blades are blunt
Six year old victim of the national front
Such peace in pride, white arms held high

One other step after the other,
Fear of ending up how young men once were
How young men once were
(Stop)



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    General CommentI can't believe I'm the only person on this site to be in love with The Bridge Gang...they're pure awesomeness and everyone should listen to them! Go on their Myspace or their website and check them out.
    Miss.Miseryon January 12, 2008   Link

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