"British Racing Green" as written by Jonathan Edward Hoadley Foster-moore and Luke Michael Haines....
Everybody needs to dream
Romance and love and eight hours sleep
A little cottage by the sea
A glass of gin, a box of chocolates
To be both wanted and desired
To move away when we retire
No hell or heaven in-between
British racing green

Pebble-dash houses under-
Neath the flight-path, still life
Perfectly preserved through double-glazed windows
Satellite dish brings
Entertainment to our home
Crack in the foundations - claim for
Compensation leads to
Aspirations and pipe dreams
Buy myself a sports car
British racing green

Everybody needs to dream
Romance and love and eight hours sleep
A little cottage by the sea
A glass of gin, a box of chocolates
To be both wanted and desired
To move away when we retire
No hell or heaven in-between
British racing green

Still don't know where I was going
Top down - in clement weather
Just like all the English people
Trying to win the Island Race, whatever
British Racing Queen
British Racing Green
Everybody needs to dream
Romance and love and eight hours sleep
A little cottage by the sea
A glass of gin, a box of chocolates
To be both wanted and decide
To move away when we retire
No hell or heaven in-between
British racing green

Now I'm living in a chat-room
With the Diana fan-club
They sent a virus to my dream
That wiped the hard-drive
British racing green
Everybody needs to dream
Romance and love and eight hours sleep
A little cottage by the sea
A glass of gin, a box of chocolates
To be both wanted and desired
To move away when we retire
No hell or heaven in-between
British racing green
Everybody needs to dream
Romance and love and eight hours sleep
A little cottage by the sea
A glass of gin, a box of chocolates
To be both wanted and decide
To move away when we retire
No hell or heaven in-between
British racing Queen
British racing green



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