"Un-United Kingdom" as written by Johnathan Carter, Jon S. Clayden, Jim Davies and Mark Clayden....
Rule Brittania?
The bitch's scammed ya
No smiling union jacks
My friends, I want my money back

But what about the system?
I think no one would miss them
Brain-dead corpses in the house of lords
We could all learn a thing or two from Guy Fawkes

[Chorus]
'Cause this is not the United Kingdom
No, this is not the United Kingdom
This is not the United Kingdom
This is not the UK

Rule Brittania?
What's she ever done for me?
Stuck a nail in the coffin of my national pride
And made the tourists hate me

This green and emerald isle?
Eight hundred miles of bile
High rise, car parks, ash tray dirt?
We could still learn a thing or two from Guy Fawkes

[Chorus]

Breakdown
Rule Brittania
'Cause England never, never will be saved (ha, ha)

Rule Brittania?
Our first national scam
Watches starving children on her tv screen
While she's shacked up with her Uncle Sam


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"Un-United Kingdom" as written by Johnathan Carter Jim Davies

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    General CommentTo all Americans, Britain is not some idyllic country where everyone sits and drinks tea like in films like Bridget Jones' Diary! Britain has one of the highest teenage pregnacy rates in Europe and poverty is still present and this song is the fantastic summing up of what a state our country is in right now due to the "fantastic" running of the country by that shit-head Tony Blair!
    Harry Manbackon May 21, 2002   Link
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    General CommentHarry's said it all really...

    Pitchshifter might have elements of other groups like Rage Against The Machine or Ministry, but on the whole they could only have come from Britain, and, in particular, the East Midlands. Or so I think, anyway
    infotainment_ladon February 20, 2005   Link

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