"Brighton Rock" as written by and Justine Elinor Frischmann....
We were sauced right there on Brighton beach.
You, a goth, and I was such a peach.
I sought to be the best at it.
P-C Plod, he still arrested it.
We're getting over it.
We're sweating over it.
That makes you happy;
I'm happy too.
You're game in spite of everything,
(Page theme) and then she'll be some things.
Your name carved on my Brighton rock.
My name can be your mental block.
We're getting over it.
We're sweating over it.
That makes you happy;
I'm happy too.


Lyrics submitted by BrownBabu84

"Brighton Rock" as written by Brian May

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    General CommentI love this song. Its basically just a simple song about young love/lust, and the care free attitude of youth. When writing this, Justine was probably reminiscing about some summer fling in her youth.
    Elasticatedon January 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAnnie lives in Brighton. So theres probably a "connection" there. Gosh that was funny. I deserve a prize.
    Wallamanageon September 17, 2007   Link

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