"The Age of Revolution" as written by Neil Hannon and Thomas Walsh....
Princes and lawyers played with the English elite
Years of repression started a noise from the street

The age of revolution, the age of revolution
From Bangalore to Kingston, the age of revolution
Go and get your pads on, take your place in the sun
From Bangalore to Kingston, the age of revolution

It's the age of revolution, it's the age of revolution

Mankad in Madras, suddenly Sunil is king
Kids in the valleys, bats held together with string, oh yeah

Time to take the new ball, the dollars and the rubles
Stormont to the Oval, we're allgoing global

The age of revolution, the age of revolution
From Bangalore to Kingston, the age of revolution
Go and get your pads on, take your place in the sun
From Bangalore to Kingston, the age of revolution

It's the age of revolution, it's the age of revolution
It's the age of revolution, it's the age of revolution

Here's to the future, Punjab and Tamil Nadu
Always remember the passion of '32, oh yeah

Always denied entry by the English gentry
Now we're driving Bentleys, playing Twenty20

The age of revolution, the age of revolution
From Bangalore to Kingston, the age of revolution
Go and get your pads on, take your place in the sun
From Bangalore to Kingston, the age of revolution
The age of revolution, the age of revolution
From Bangalore to Kingston, the age of revolution
Go and get your pads on, take your place in the sun
From Bangalore to Kingston, the age of revolution


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