"Think of England" as written by Bear's Den (Communion Publishing). Produced and Mixed by Ian Grimble, additional production by Charlie Andrew, and Mastered by Christian Wright at Abbey Road Studios....
You're not drinking as much as you used to
I'm the same old, same old
And all those fires that died in our bedroom
I was out fetching wood

Do you lie back
And think of England
Do you lie back?
Do you lie back
And think of England with fireworks flashing?
Do you lie back
Learn to feign your feelings

You know I tried my best to love you
To bear all your pride
But you shook all the habits I gave you
As you shake off the snow in your stride

Do you lie back
And think of England
Do you lie back?
Do you lie back
And think of England with fireworks flashing?
Do you lie back
Learn to feign your feelings


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"Think of England" as written by Johannes Egenberg Refsdal Andrew Donald John Davie

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    General CommentFeels like a song about an ex lover. We have an expression "Lie back and think of England" a phrase that mothers supposedly would give to daughters regarding their wedding night, but mostly meaning to fake wanting to have sex.

    So he talks about her not acting like they did when they were together, losing all the bad habits he still has. A girl that has obviously moved on from him with no great difficulty and he suspects she didn't really want to by with him when they were together, despite what he thoughts were his best efforts to love her.
    AndersBon September 24, 2015   Link

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