I await the day when I work at the Museum
With you across the way in the Wintergardens
So young and so warm, we'll storm
We'll swarm the parks on the lunch breaks
We'll lie on the lawn, smile so stealthily
Buttery and brief, we'll lie through our teeth
Shock all the cavalry statues watching on
Us in our time bomb

Nobody feels old at the museum
Nobody feels cold in the wintergardens
We'll roll on and roll on
Cutting it fine with the clock-on
We'll persevere, carry on working there
Me in the Museum
And you in the Wintergardens


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