Some of em came from the North of England,
Some came from abroad.
Well, I've lied!
And I've cheated!
And they never found out!
And it makes me feel down.

You'll never quite know what it's like to be ignorant,
'Til you've spent time in our town.
Cos there's no-one round here that is anything like us at all,
Makes me glad you're not around.

The sun came up on the North of England,
But it doesn't seem to matter when you're not around.
And it only seems to me,
To be a matter of time,
Before you're moving even further South.

You'll never quite know what it means to be intimate,
'Til you've been around.
Cos that's what it's like for me.
For someone you're thinking is alright,
They're always wanting something else.

I've tried to go from A-Z,
I've tried to go by car.
Oh and it ended up with everyone trying to talk their way out,
But that always seems to be the way things go for you and me.

Some of em came from the North of England,
And some came from abroad.
But whatever we're having,
Then believe me, I'll try it,
Don't believe me, I'm lying!
All the randoms are dying!
Oh yeahhh!

Lyrics submitted by ohcorey

North of England song meanings
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