Eighty-One:
Charles and Di get married on TV.
ABC...
Tim Brooke-Taylor cries into his tea.

Late at night
Mom and dad get in another fight.
If I had bones.
Save me with the sounds of radio.

(Save me) Songs that I love
(Save me) From the rights and the wrongs
Pedantry.
Is ecstasy.

Won't you...
(Save me) From the rights and the wrongs
(Save me) With the songs that I love.
Pedantry.
Is ecstasy.

Eighty-One:
The Pope, the Queen & Regan under gun.
And they say,
"Terrorism's bad today."

Eighty-Nine:
When everybody's laughin' at the past.
But they don't know
That history is coming round again.

Songs that I love
(Save me) From the rights and the wrongs
Pedantry.
Is ecstasy.

Won't you...
(Save me) With the songs that I love.
(Save me) With the wrongs and the rights.
Pedantry.
Is ecstasy.

Save me from the things I need so badly.
Won't you save me from the things I need so badly.
Won't you save me from the things I need so badly.
Won't you save me from the things I need so badly.
Won't you save me from the things I need so badly.
Won't you save me from the things I need so badly.
Save me from the things I need so badly.


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Eighty-One song meanings
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