went to a gig for a good night out but of course it had to be ruined by some moronic louts we were all looking forward to a good night when for some stupid reason they started to fight picked on some folk and knocked them to the floor ten kicking one - oh very hardcore one poor kid got a bottle down the side of his face this ain't punk - it's a bloody disgrace yet another gig wrecked by the mindless few broken heads and toilets is what they're out to do yet another gig wrecked by the mindless few they've got to be stopped and it's up to me and you for breaking up our concerts who needs the pigs? when there's idiots like these who smash up our gigs they gob on the bands and ruin the atmosphere well don't come back 'cos you ain't welcome here kicked in the toilets and smashed up the chairs just another venue with no punk gigs there and i bet they thought that they were really hard but the only result's another venue from which punk bands are barred oi meathead! so you've smashed up a toilet eh? hey, you must be really punky! big hardman eh? but of course toilets can't fight back can they? just like most of the folk you pick on at gigs. they're always weaker than you or else you've go a big crowd of your mates with you to back you up. hey! big hardman! you get your kicks out of smashing up venues and ruining folks' nights out - moron. think you're really hard but all you do is close down venues and muck up our scene. call yourself a punk or a skin? you're scum. folk like you make me sick - pathetic little creep. went to another gig out for some fun but it wasn't long before the trouble had begun group of idiots picking on folk on the dancefloor punched and kicked 'em about and then did it some more well it made me so sick that i couldn't stand back so i went to help some people fomr the mindless attack but no one backed me up so then i was kicked about if we don't want these idiots at our gigs we must all throw 'em out

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