"Do What You Are" as written by and Colin Gilbert Angus Peter William Stephenson....
The sparkling rain is scintillating
We're positively glowing with health
All instruments are indicating
Our children will inherit this wealth
But please don't think I'm that concerned
By one more lesson gone unlearned

I know how it feels to be
I know how it feels to be bad

It's much too late for legislation
We've spoilt those mean and overgrown boys
Oh on the oath, if everybody
Breaks down the gates, to smash up their toys
Do what you will, I'll not incline
To be your judge or criticise

I know how it feels to be
I know how it feels to be bad


Lyrics submitted by gothic_hobbit

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