Upon the heath we sit
Trying to make some sense of it
These mushrooms help a bit
Help us think
How we ought to think

There's nothing in our way
And no one's dying here
There's nothing in our way
We've nothing left to fear
There's nothing in our way
And no one's dying here

Down into town we stroll
I suggest no more rock and roll
Canary wharf our christmas tree
Sucking up electricity

There's nothing in our way
And no one's dying here
There's nothing in our way
With nothing left to fear
There's nothing in our way
And no one's dying here
Not that I can see
There's nothing in our way
And no one's dying here
There's nothing in our way
With nothing left to fear
Oh nothing in our way
And no one's dying here

I see battenburg houses
Night club sky
I hear nursery rhymes
Fill my eyes write these lines
(Repeat)

Down into town we stroll
Down into town we stroll
Upon the heath we sit
Upon the heath we sit
Down into town we stroll
I insist no more rock and roll
No more rock and roll
No more rock and roll
No more rock and roll
No more rock and roll


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    My InterpretationI feel it's about letting go of a past lifestyle/existence ("i suggest no more rock 'n' roll") and not being afraid of the consequences of doing so ("there's nothing in our way").
    Baaatton November 12, 2012   Link

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