"England Made Me" as written by Jonathan Edward Hoadley Foster-moore and Luke Michael Haines....
I trapped a spider underneath a glass,
I kept it for a week to see how long he'd last,
He stared right back at me,
He thought that he could win,
We played a waiting game,
He thought that I'd give in,

England made me,
England made me,

I had a dream last night that I was drunk,
I killed a stranger and left him in a trunk,
At Brighton railway station,
It was an unsolved case,
A famous murder mystery,
People love a mystery,

England made me,
England made me,
England made me,
England made me,

I need my privacy,
I lead a secret life,
Sleep with the enemy then betray both sides,
I traveled all my life,
But never got away from the killing job,
And the garden shed,

England made me,
England made me,
England made me,
England made me,
England made me,
England made me,
England made me,


Lyrics submitted by Super Sapien

"England Made Me" as written by Luke Michael Haines John Moore

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentCorrections:

    Verse 1 Line 6: 'He thought that I give in' should be 'He thought that I'd give in"
    Verse 2 Line 2: 'I killed the stranger' should be 'I killed a stranger'
    and most VITALLY:
    Verse 3 Line 4: 'From the killing jar, and it got me sick' is totally wrong and makes no sense. It's 'From the killing jar and the garden shed'.

    utterlyutteron December 24, 2008   Link

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