"No Need to Cry" as written by Martin Noble, Jan Wilkinson, Neil Wilkinson and Matthew Wood....
When it's good, it's not bad
When it's bad, I don't mind if you're queer,
Let's be happy while we're here.

I don't clap, I don't cheer
I don't look, I don't hear.
It's alright I don't mind that you're here.
It's alright.

I sit up, sip my tears,
As they're falling down in my beer.
No need to cry at all,
There's no need to cry at all.

Play the game, cup your ears.
Let's be happy while we're here.

Coming, coming coming out of your eye, I don't mind.
Coming, coming coming out of your eye, I don't mind.

No need to cry at all,
No need to cry at all,
There's no need to cry at all.
No need to cry at all,
There's no need to cry at all.

Coming, coming coming out of your eye, I don't mind.
Coming, coming coming out of your eye, I don't mind.
No need to cry at all,
No need to cry at all.


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"No Need to Cry" as written by Jan Scott Wilkinson Jan Wilkinson

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    General CommentOne of my favourites from the new album. It seems to be about acceptance, both of different people and of human emotions. "I don't mind if you're queer" - obviously very appropriate as BSP are from Brighton.
    RO5SMon February 24, 2009   Link

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