When she arrived she was bound
Yeah at King's Cross
Oh she can't see the light
She's in a steel box
She's feeling scared
She's battered blue
Don't know where she is
She is servicing you

She lies down (she lies down)
And thinks of England
She thinks of England
She starts to cry
And thinks of England
She thinks of England

She's seen a doctor dentist shrink
But not the way that you think
She's seen all walks of life
But never got out of herself at night
She's walking scared
Through the blood and shit
The human race
What's become of it?

She lies down
And thinks of England
She thinks of England
She starts to cry (she starts to cry)
And thinks of England
She thinks of England

Yeah she lies down (the slave trade)
And thinks of England (she's crossed some borders)
She thinks of England
She starts to cry (she starts to cry)
And thinks of England
She thinks of England

On the inside
With a heart
A soul and a body
Yeah she's used
And she's used
Again
And again

Are you playing?
Could be a doctor
Could be a dentist
Could be an accountant
Where's the blood


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