"Back Here In Beanoland" as written by and Ross....
Every day they write the headlines
Talking diamonds talking steel
Don't talk things that, folk don't know
Talk about money and stuff that's real

Back here in beanoland the bubble is bursting
All things get busted, some things get builded
Old ladies write letters old men dream memories
Back here in beanoland all things are real

Everyday my neighbour drives
For the company from the south
Tells the stories of how things are there
Talks about their life talks about ours

Back here in beanoland the bubble is bursting
All things get busted, some things get builded
Old ladies write letters old men dream memories
Back here in beanoland all things are real

I've trying to find a reason
I've been trying to leave this house
Everyday they cross that great bridge
And watch those trains pull in and out

Those trains, those trains, those trains
Yeah, those trains, those trains

Back here in beanoland the bubble is bursting
All things get busted, some things get builded
Old ladies write letters old men dream memories
Back here in beanoland all things are real

All things are real






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"Back Here In Beanoland" as written by Ross

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    General CommentThink Ricky wrote this about his hometown of Dundee. Dundee is where the comic "The Beano" was produced hence the Beanoland part. The line "Everyday they cross that great bridge, I watch those trains pull in and out" is about the Tay Bridge which takes trains across the Firth of Tay into Fife.
    Paul_Con April 10, 2007   Link

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