"Goals in Slow Motion" as written by Jack William Egglestone, Andrew Falkous, Julia Ruzicka and Jimmy Watkins....
Dan, Dan, you're good man, but you better not speak for me.
I spent sixteen hours in a luggage rack with these children at my feet.
They thought I was Brazilian.
They made me sign their boots.
A special town and traffic sign
The body of our youth.

The favelas of Nottingham are mine
More than just a weekend in the sun

In the end you move to home ??
This on loan and kept ???
?? ??

Chris this shouldn't change you. You'll be better off kept indoors.
Cause as racist strikers go my friend you're the best this club has sold
And I have to say that woman was hardly innocent.
Accepting drinks from animals in lieu of paying rent.

The favelas of Nottingham are mine
More than just a weekend in the sun
The favelas of Nottingham are mine
More than just a weekend in the sun


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    Lyric CorrectionDan, Dan, you're a good man
    But you better not speak for me
    I spent sixteen hours in a luggage rack
    With these children at my feet
    They thought I was Brazilian
    They made me sign their boots
    A special talent trapped inside
    The body of a youth

    The favelas of Nottingham are more
    More than just a weekend in the sun
    In the end he moved to Hull
    First on loan and then on glue

    Chris, this shouldn't change you
    You'd be better off kept indoors
    Cos as racist strikers go, my friend
    You're the best this club has sold
    And I have to say that woman
    Was hardly innocent
    Accepting drinks from animals
    In lieu of paying rent

    The favelas of Nottingham are more
    More than just a weekend in the sun
    In the end he moved to Hull
    First on loan and then on glue

    More than just a weekend in the sun
    The shanty towns of Derby are more than an hour in a life
    More than just a weekend in the sun
    The rolling plains of Swindon are more than a line in a song
    cathalmcbon June 25, 2012   Link

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