"C.c.t.v:" as written by Simon Friend, Charles Kenton Heather, Mark Chadwick, Jonathan Sevink and Jeremy Cunningham....
You're there in black and white
Hundreds watch you every night

You've been starring in a film on every weekend
On video and stills with all of your friends
You're there in black and white
Hundreds watch you every night

You cannot hide
You cannot hide
You cannot

'Cos we can see you every where in the daytime
We can see you every where in the nighttime
We can see you every where for a lifetime
We can see you every where

You're great in every scene
You very natural
It's as if you cannot see
The spotlight on you

But when you fluff a line
The director says, you're doing time

You cannot hide
You cannot hide
You cannot

'Cos we can see you every where in the daytime
We can see you every where in the nighttime
We can see you every where for a lifetime
We can see you every where

When you're walking home
In the evening after dark
Remember don't hide
Show your best side

'Cos you're the star in a film

You cannot hide
You cannot hide
You cannot hide
You cannot hide

You cannot hide
You cannot hide
You cannot

'Cos we can see you every where in the daytime
We can see you every where in the nighttime
We can see you every where for a lifetime
We can see you every where




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"C.C.T.V." as written by Jeremy Cunningham Charles Kenton Heather

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    General CommentIts a song about the fact that there are so many CCTV cameras everywhere. You're effectively being monitored Big Brother-style (in the George Orwell sense, not the crap TV show) and you're becoming the star of your own film - although if you cock it up or do something you shouldn't you get arrested and imprisoned.
    admatheron March 24, 2005   Link

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