"(I Don't Believe) This Is My England" as written by Chris Exall, Clive Blake, Nicholas Culmer, Jonathan Birch and Mark Gilham....
Do you remember when Britannia ruled the waves?
Do you remember saying we shall not be slaves?
Do you remember those good old days?
And can you remember the strength of '44?
How we united to win that war
But will you remember when the Empire is no more?

No I don't believe this is my England
No I don't believe this is my England

We chained down the lion
And let the world sit in
We build up our armies so destruction can begin
But will we ever learn the enemy lies within?

No I don't believe this is my England
No I don't believe this is my England
No I don't believe this is my England
Where are you now?

She whispers...
Divided we fall...United we stand
United we stand

Would you like to feel the heart move back again?
Would you like to see the lion break its chain?
Or could it ever really be the same again?

No I don't believe this is my England...






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"(I Don't Believe) This Is My England" as written by Clive Blake Chris Exall

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