"Sproston Green" as written by Timothy Allan Burgess, Martin Victor Blunt, Robert James Collins and Jon (gb 2) Baker....
This one knows, she comes and goes
And she goes, she goes
This on knows, she comes and goes
And when she goes she goes

Sproston Green, she used to pace me
And now she hasn't got the time
I know I'm to necessary
And ev'rything she stole was mine

This one knows, she comes and goes
And she goes, she goes
This on knows, she comes and goes
And when she goes she goes

Sproston Green, she used to hate me
And now she hasn't got the time
I know I'm to necessary
And ev'rything she stole was mine

You've got this one, I've got no one
She's oh she's mine something wrong.....

Oooh.....


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"Sproston Green" as written by Martin Victor Blunt Jon (gb 2) Baker

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    General CommentThis is apparently about Tim Burgess losing his virginity!
    annabella73on November 14, 2013   Link
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    General CommentSproston Green is a tiny hamlet in Cheshire, just a pub and a handful of houses. I'm guessing whoever wrote the song had a relationship with someone there, who knows?
    John Johnstonon September 02, 2008   Link
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    General Commentit's my favourite of theirs to sing along with.
    ova9bbcon September 12, 2014   Link
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    General Commentit's my favourite of theirs to sing along with.
    ova9bbcon September 12, 2014   Link
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    General CommentThe last I heard, this song had something to do with a an Underground station named Sproston Green. I guess it could have been named after the tiny hamlet that John Johnston mentioned. And, it seems that it might have had something to do with a relationship with a girl. Maybe they met at, met up at, kissed at, broke up at Sproston Green? I am going to keep hunting for the answer.
    miles10137on April 29, 2015   Link

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