"Moscow" as written by Carl Fisher, Christopher Howe, Nigel Miller and Neil Mclennan....
The men eat babies and the boys love Elton - in Moscow
The girls are innocent and the mothers stab lovers - in Moscow
The tanks roll in and the people want more
My father was sure that my mother was a whore - in Moscow
Oh oh in Moscow

Lenin was a lover and the dogs eat each other - in Moscow
A meal ticket's a win and a laugh is a sin - in Moscow
The gutters sing and the radios bad
The sun never shines and the people are sad - in Moscow
Oh oh in Moscow


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"Moscow" as written by Christopher Howe Carl Fisher

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