Stuck up a hornbeam
Mind like a thickening fog
Stuck up a hornbeam
Mind like a thickening fog
Gonna get discovered
By a bloke out walking the dog

I’m so desolate
I’m so all alone
I feel arthritic in
Every single bone
I’ve got a mynah bird
It does nothing but moan

For you I’d lose
My self-esteem
For you I’d lose
My self-esteem
For Crewe I’d use
Junction 16
Give me a spork!

Eight words telling me
It’s okay to wallow
Eight words giving me
The green light to wallow
Up next brand new
Live At The Apollo

Psychoanalyst, psychiatrist,
Zen therapist, chap out of Hammerfist
Recommended meditation to cure my woes
Beats sitting 'round doing nothing I suppose

I’ve never been any good at D.I.Y.
“Do it yourself” would always be my reply
Ah won’t you come back
There’s just one last knot to tie

Stuck up a hornbeam
Feeling blue
Stuck up here
On account of you
I want to jump
But it’s such a view


Lyrics submitted by vchamberlain

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