This Generation will come
This Generation will come
time for your Generation to come (come Generation)
we're making out in Oldham
(chorus) we're making out in Oldham
we're making out, we're making out in Oldham
and we're young today.

Young men in young bands they sing all the time,
and young girls with armbands who just can't swim throw them a line,
it's ok a WKD Generation for you and me too see,

(chorus) we're making out in Oldham
we're making out we're young we can,
we're making out in Oldham don't you know
I'm making out in Oldham
I'm making out again
I'm making out in Oldham with your female friend.

Not a very nice place if you ask me,
a place i've never i've never been ,
the wind is very windy blows you off your feet
making it out in Oldham, oh what feat if you ask me.

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    General CommentThis is a cool unsigned duo so they don't have any official releases but you can check out some of their music on their myspace page,…

    The song is basically about youth and how it's spent. Not exactly poetry but it's not meant to be. It says what it needs to say in the most simple way and "we're making out in oldham and we're young today" pretty much says it all.
    layne1012on March 31, 2006   Link

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