"Go Square Go!" as written by and James Allan....
If he wants to fight you
At the school gates
Half past four grab your bag
Don't you be late
Oh, if he wants to hit you
Hit you in the face
If he wants to hurt you
In front of your mates
If he wants you to run away
Run away run away
Don't you fucking run away

Go square go
Go square go
Go square go
Go square go square go

Don't you wait for the bell
To ring ding-a-ling-a-ling
One step forward then a
Don't you make me
Go down to the pub
With all my mates knowing
Some individual smashed you up
You know its something
That you'll have to face
Face to face
Man to man
Here and now
Biff bang pow


I don't really feel too good
My heart is beating faster
My dad told me
Not to come home
If I don't kill this bastard
My dad is right, my dad is right
My dad is right, my dad is right
Win, lose or draw the fight
This bullying has got to stop tonight

Here we, here we, here we, here we,
Here we, here we fucking go
Here we, here we, here we, here we,
Here we, here we fucking go [Repeat: x12]

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"Go Square Go" as written by James Allan

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    General CommentI love the simplicity of this song and how it says volumes about coming of age. I've always had mixed feelings about that part of boy life. As a woman, I wish they didn't have to prove themselves physically. Who wants there little boy to come home with a black eye and a fat lip? But, it seems to be a rite of passage, and no one wants their kid to be bullied either. The little guy taking his dad's words to heart is both heart-breaking and somehow heart-warming. By the time it builds to the anthemic 'here we, here we, here we fucking go' at the end, it has you cheering without reservation for the little square. I can imagine that part being taken up by every footballer in Britain! Go, Glasvegas, go.
    songyoneon November 19, 2007   Link

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