"Bank Holiday [Glastonbury Festival '94/TV Concert]" as written by and Damon/james Albarn....
Grandma's got new dentures (to eat the crust on pizza)
Taken out by her daughter (because she thought she oughta)
Kids are eating snickers (because they're so delicious)
Then there's sticky fingers (then mother looses her knickers)

Bank holiday comes six times a year
Days of enjoyment to which everyone cheers
Bank holiday comes with six-pack of beer
Then it's back to work A-G-A-I-N

Barbeque is cooking (sausages and chicken)
Patio is buzzing (and the neighbors they are looking)
John is down the fun pub (drinking lots of lager)
Girls and boys are on the game (and all the high streets look the same)

Bank holiday comes six times a year
Days of enjoyment to which everyone cheers
Bank holiday comes with six-pack of beer
Then it's back to work A-G-A-I-N

Back to work A-G-A-I-N

Bank holiday comes six times a year
Days of enjoyment to which everyone cheers
Bank holiday comes with six-pack of beer
Then it's back to work A-G-A-I-N

Bank holiday


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"Bank Holiday" as written by David Rowntree Alexander James

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