"The Flowers of Romance" as written by and Keith/lydon Levene....
Now in the summer
I could be happy or in distress
Depending on the company
On the veranda
Talk of the future or reminisce
Behind the dialouge
We're in a mess
Whatever I intended
I sent you flowers
You wanted chocolates instead
The flowers of romance
The flowers of romance

I've got binoculars
On top of boxhill
I could be Nero
Fly the eagle
Start all over again
I can't depend on these so-called friends
It's a pity you need to bend
I'll take the furniture
Start all over again.

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"Flowers of Romance" as written by Keith Levene John Lydon


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    General CommentFlowers of Romance was the name of a early punk band that Keith Levene as well as Sid Vicious and some of the Slits were all involved with. Theres also a early Sex Pistols song with the same name as well.
    Staticburn89on October 01, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"I'll take the furniture and start all over again"
    This is pretty clearly about the end of a relationship, isn't it?
    Venha Futuroon November 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOr the end of Lydon's creative relationship with Levene, at least on some level.
    Cynothoglyson January 13, 2008   Link

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