"Brave New World" as written by John Lydon, John Mcgeogh, Alan Dias, Bruce Neal Smith and Lu Edmonds....
Diplomatic washing machine
Climb down from cloud cuckoo land
Dish this dirt for the senile convert
Clean living as in the adverts

And in this brave new world
(Brave new world)
Proud is the Philistine
(Brave new world)
And in this brave new world
(Brave new world)
Who needs the sun to shine

Dig this grave, don't make no waves
Fairy tales, stagnant pool
You call this living, well, I call you fool
This ideal vision propped up on a stool

And in this brave new world
(Brave new world)
Proud is the Philistine
(Brave new world)
And in this brave new world
(Brave new world)
Who needs the sun to shine

Blank checks, prosperity
What do you want, what do you want from me
But I'm ever so sorry, I'm ever so sorry
I can't help you, I can't even help me

And in this brave new world
(Brave new world)
Proud is the Philistine
(Brave new world)
And in this brave new world
(Brave new world)
Who needs the sun to shine
(Brave new world)

And in this brave new world
(Brave new world)
Proud is the Philistine
(Brave new world)
And in this brave new world
(Brave new world)
Proud is that mirror of mine
(Brave new world)
That mirror of mine
(Brave new world)

Brave new world
Brave new world


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"Brave New World" as written by John Mcgeogh John Lydon

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