It was bad, called obscene
And the rich were so mean
Stately homes for the Lords
Golden lawns, village green
Victoria was my queen

Victoria, Victoria, Victoria
I was born, lucky me
In the land that I love
Though I'm poor, I am free
When I go I shall fight
For this land I will die
Let her sun never set on

Victoria, Victoria, Victoria
Canada to India
Australia to Cornwall
Singapore to Hong Kong
From the West to the East
From the rich to the poor
Victoria loved them all

Victoria, Victoria, Victoria

Lyrics submitted by Major Valor

Victoria Lyrics as written by Raymond Douglas Davies

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    General Comment
    Actually, it's not too bad. I'll give the Fall high marks for covering songs that'll be so brilliantly done I'd swear that song was an original. Like "Ghost in My House", a song by R. Dean Smith. And "Mr Pharmacist" which I thought was another Kinks cover, was really a song by '60s psychedelic/garage band, The Other Half.
    pharmageekon September 16, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment
    You may or may not like the version of this song by The Kinks.
    Major Valoron August 11, 2006   Link
  • 0
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    wow only 2 comments, im suprised great song tho but i like the kinks version better
    strangegirl7658on July 21, 2008   Link
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    oh yeah did i mention that my name is Victoria hehe:)
    strangegirl7658on July 21, 2008   Link
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    General Comment
    Well you can be our little queen, vic ;) Imperial splendour, eh? Conjures up smoggy nights in Whitechapel, the Zulu wars and Sherlock Holmes...
    makhnoon October 14, 2008   Link
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    I never quite got why they changed the lyrics so that it's no longer saying that the Victorians thought sex was bad. Seems a bit strange to me.
    Phuntingon February 14, 2010   Link

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