My name's Jonny Bentham,
Just turned thirty-four,
I live in Hankey with my long term girlfriend,
And I work in a computer store,

Still reading the leaflets,
I still follow the relevant news,
Sitting here in my dressing gown,
What am I going to do?

I think about Mad Marty Mattel,
And all of his acolytes,
But he's long become a parody,
Just fighting for the fight,

What about Phil the Swede,
And his eighteen blistering months,
Did it really change anything,
Was it just an inconvenience,

Sometimes I think about these things,
Sometimes I don't,
Maybe I will call someone,
And maybe I won't,

The things they do must be stopped,
And I know I'm not alone,
But sometimes I just drink my wine,
And feel happy in my home,

Big Dave he rings me up,
Asks me to do some work,
I think about my Jessica,
And Big Dave's gruesome smirk,

Sometimes I just drink my wine,
Sometimes I just drink my wine,
Other times maybe one more time,
Sometimes I just drink my wine,

Sometimes I just drink my wine,
Sometimes I just drink my wine,
Other times maybe one more time,
Sometimes I just drink my wine,

Sometimes I just drink my wine,
Sometimes I just drink my wine,
Other times fucking out of line,
Sometimes I just drink my wine,

(Please hang up and try again... please hang up and try again)


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