There ain't no gimmicks when you come and see the famous four
We look quite pretty but we're just the ugly louts next door
There ain't no laser lighting on this motley crew
We hope our ethnic charm will see us through

No dry ice or flying pigs
At a Leyton Buzzards gig
No dry ice or flying pigs

We once bought a strobe off of a bloke
But we can't use it now because it broke
And we can't get it fixed 'cos we're too skint
Because we spend all our money on coke and drink

No dry ice or flying pigs
At a Leyton Buzzards gig
No dry ice or flying pigs

We ain't avant-garde like Magazine
And we can't sing our harmonies like Queen
(Galileo, Galileo, Galileo)
We have not been on the Old Grey Whistle Test
And I can't think of another line to rhyme

No dry ice or flying pigs
At a Leyton Buzzards gig
No dry ice or flying pigs


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