"Spanish Metal" as written by Nicholas Hodgson, Charles Richard Wilson, Nicholas Baines, James Rix and Andrew White....
How could we not notice it before
Well you may as well have pinned it to my door
Well we are so slowly coming around to the fact
That this friend is a friend no more

And if you think you are right then you are wrong
No one ever really knew what's going on
Now we are all so slowly coming around
And this friend of a friend was no friend all along

The penny drops with the top of tory fell
To the cruel and bastard Taj Mahal
A penny more to the floor of Sacre Coeur
From the Spanish men to the Yorkshire moors


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"Spanish Metal" as written by Charles Richard Wilson Andrew White

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    General CommentWe're polluting the earth, contaminating the soil. Spanish scientists, such as Carolina Micó, have researched causes of heavy metal contamination, and pointed out ways to protect food and water supplies.

    These days, all around the world ("from the top of Tour Eiffel
    Through the boulevards to Taj Mahal"), the penny is finally dropping, that we can't treat the planet recklessly without paying a heavy price.
    yhtrownuon March 06, 2009   Link

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