"July" as written by Damon Minchella, Simon Fowler, Oscar Lloyd Harrison and Stephen Cradock....
July please,
I'm on my knees,
The smell of your fresh cut grass,
Your blue sky grins
For all its sins

Look another gorgeous levi ass
July people come and go
It looks like another perfect day
Just to see your
Striptease show
July please try your best to stay

And a mongrel begins to bark
At a wino in the park
And his owner doesn't care
'Cause he really isn't there?????.

Oh! ma ma ma,oh! ma ma ma,oh! ma ma ma
My July

July, fizz bombs in my mouth,
Babarama everywhere,
I can't lie on my pocket trout

So I sit back in the easy chair
And a woman of middle age
Licks and thumbs another page
Then she brushes off the dirt
From her greyhound skirt (and all the boys go)

And a baby sucks its thumb
To the sound of a steel drum
And fountain water gush
Through the thick bull rush (everybody)


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"July" as written by Edmund Enright

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