Do you ever get a feeling
You should be watching Ealing
The heroes of our youth are all there
George and Bill, Alec and Will
All so religiously square
Well, I'm sick of blue denim
American venom
But sadly you really don't care
Somebody suffers
Somebody dies
Somebody gets old and cries
If there's a coup
It's over by two
We're home for tea by five
Well, I'm sick of blue denim
American venom
Sadly you really don't care
Well there's waltzes
And there's marches
And there's feeling so sad
And there's Margaret
And Alister playing the cad
Well, I'm sick of blue denim
And American venom
But Sadly you really don't care
Yes, I'm sick of blue denim
American venom
Sadly you really don't care
You don't care
You don't care
You don't care


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