"Strangeways Inside" as written by and Colin Kirsop Macintyre....
She's sniffing the night
His arms in the air
She follows the light
He's already there

She lights up a cigarette
He sings her a song
She likes to forget
He helps her along

And we wash their hair
And we test their eyes
It must be like Strangeways
Is living inside

She peels from a leaf
He circles the stars
She picks her teeth
He stares at the cars

The man from England said
There's no sign of bodies
The man from England read
Let hope be on their side

She pours him a Coke
He opens his heart
She tells him a joke
They're forever a spark

And we wash their hair
And we test their eyes
It must be like Strangeways
Is living inside

And we let them in
And we take them out
We're watching their progress
One day they'll be out


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