"Planning Permission" as written by Daniel Francis Hawkins, Francis Gilles Poullain-patterson, Edwin James Graham and Justin David Hawkins....
I'm a man with two good hands, two good hands and a plot of land
And I'm on a mission, I've got a vision and a planning permission
I've got twenty-thousand bricks to lay
Honey I don't have a place to stay
I've just got this canvas tent and a machine to
Mix the cement

You think I've lost the plot
I have not!
I've sheltered you from the rain
You and I will defy the elements again!

I need a home in which to revel
I need a place to keep my spirit level
And I know the right guys
Cause I used to work in building supplies
Cramped in a humble abode
Concrete and steel by the wheelbarrow load
Fittings to choose, colour charts to peruse
I've got a trowel and I ain't afraid to use it!

You think I've lost the plot
I have not!
I've sheltered you from the rain
You and I will defy the elements again!

Wow!


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"Planning Permission" as written by Edwin James Graham Daniel Francis Hawkins

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