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  • The factories still churning out
  • Of that there's not a single doubt
  • There's more snide shit from their flea pits
  • They couldn't give a *****ing shit.
  • It's true, overdue, and plain to see,
  • They say, we're standing firmly in the rain
  • Simply waiting for it to stop they said,
  • That we should build new umbrellas because we're
  • Stuck in our own rut.
  • I say, blow away the rain clouds,
  • For the new horizon is crystal clear.
  • It's took sometime, but we're on the right track
  • Now where do we go from here?
  • Sick and tored of worthless statements
  • Pissed off with the same old songs
  • You stuff your moral rule book
  • Of what's allowed, what's right and wrong
  • Oh yeah, there's those who only criticise yet offer
  • Nothing new solutions? Ideas? No, just raked up shit
  • What a clever thing to do
  • We must strive on for what we know is right
  • We know all too well there's no end in sight
  • But human nature is still on our side as the politicians
  • Fall into landslide we're out on the street,
  • Feeling the beat of the heart's in anger at the upper crust
  • Elite who don't hear us scream or beg for a halt or
  • Their society aborts
  • 1981 President Reagan and the pope face assassins'
  • Bullets and escape with their lives.
  • But in Cairo Sadat dies in a hail of automatic fire
  • From brixton to Belfast riots rage and fires burn.
  • The royal wedding of Pronce Charles is celebrated.
  • In America the skies roar as Columbia the first space
  • Shuttle blasts off but as winter descends so does the
  • Chilling news of martial law in Poland.
  • 1982 Argentina invades Falklands, Speilberg captures
  • Our imaginations, unemployment rises above three million,
  • Adn with threat of cruise missiles twenty
  • Thousand women go to war to safe guard peace.
  • Britain gets it's fourth T.V. station,
  • Princess Diana gives us a royal heir.
  • The I.R.A. bring horror to Hyde Park, Breshnev dies in
  • Russia and Irael invades Lebanon.
  • 1983 As protesters get into their stride at Greenham
  • Ronald Reagan promises to make Star Wars a frightening reality
  • Back on earth the Soviets admit to shooting down a Korean airliner,
  • Maggie Thatcher triumphs again and America's first
  • Woman astronaut is in space;
  • For Grenada its an American invasion.
  • 1984 after twelve weeks the striking miners still
  • Battle on and in Brighton the P.M. and cabinet narrowly
  • Escape death as an I.R.A. bomb rips through the Grand Hotel.
  • Yvonne Thatcher is gunned down and her murderer
  • Flies away a free man.
  • Rajiv Gandhi fights dave his country after the
  • Assassination of his mother.
  • Millions face starvation in Ethiopia.
  • 1985 Mikhail Gorbachev is Soviet leader, while shouts
  • Of "scab" greet miners.
  • Unions vote to end the national strike.
  • The rainbow warrior of Greenpeace is damaged in
  • New Zealand by two bombs.
  • Live aid rocks the world for the hungry,
  • A policeman is hacked to death in London,
  • Reagan in Geneva said the world is now a safe place.
  • 1986 Space shuttle explodes on take off, Swedish P.M. is
  • Shot dead in the street, the pickets cash in wapping,
  • Reagan bombs Libya (keep your head down), Russian
  • nuclear reactor is ablaze.
  • 1987 Beirut gun man attack U.N., Argentinian president
  • Ends arms revolt, Gorbachev makes new offer on arms
  • Cuts, Iraqi exocet blasts U.S. frigate,
  • Thatcher is elected for a third term.
  • In Britain 'spycatcher' is banned,
  • But anyone can buy it in America.
  • A storm hits the stock market on black monday.
  • 1988 S.A.S. gun man gun down I.R.A. unit in Gibraltar,
  • Mitterand returns as French president. U.S. war ships
  • Shoot down an Iranian airliner,
  • Bush is elected as U.S. president.
  • Thatcher speaks for Polish freedom.
  • Britain is shocked by two disasters in nine days and
  • Edwina resigns over a storm in an egg cup.
  • 1989 Berlin wall is torn down,
  • Freedom sweeps the East. In China a light of hope in
  • Tiannamen square is extinguished.
  • In Romania peoplel fight against the dictator Ceauces-Cu
  • and with his death they win.
  • For once it seems a hope and good can prevail.
  • 1990 Saddam Hussein invades Kuwait, U.N. troops leave
  • To face the unknown horrors of modern warfare.
  • Mandela is freed, the Soviet pulls out of Czechoslavakia
  • And Maggie Thatcher resigns.
  • 1991 The waiting is over, the Gulf explodes, never
  • has such a powerful force been unleashed against one
  • Nation. The bombardment against Iraq is relentless,
  • The end comes quickly, as the victorious survivors
  • Celebrate, for some the battle against grief is just
  • Beginning, yellow ribbons are everywhere, with the
  • Release of John McCarthy,
  • It seems at last the world is changing for the better.
  • The plights of those in misery
  • A dead necked vision, product of subsidence.
  • *****ed up, and held in screaming silence
  • Another police force investigation
  • Blatant lies, false *****ed suggestions
  • Is it all down to communications?
  • Or does the grass need cutting?
  • Has it changed direction?
  • The chants that only serve to divide
  • The police link with the revenue, the royalties slide
  • Now as poor old joy gardener bites the dust
  • Why should I give a flying *****?
  • But the lefties scream outside the courts
  • Looking to lay the blame, it's no one's fault
  • They show sincerity, oh how much they care
  • Yeah, in their sick, twisted cause, in their affairs
  • A black boy has just missed his bus
  • A racist attack? Or blood thirsty lust?
  • Again the left jump on the back of this weeks attack
  • And force feed, socialist shit militant crap.
  • They blatantly try and whip up violence.
  • Why don't they keep their arseholes shut?
  • And keep in silent.
  • Another black person has died, that is true
  • But are you surprised? I ain't, because I already knew
  • By promoting political deaths they could not give a *****ing toss
  • Sexism reigns in mans green wordl
  • The A.L.F. proves yet again that they won't be told
  • That what they do (or don't) is totally wrong
  • So ***** off you insane cunts, it still remains...
  • Our song!
  • Detention centres for the relentless
  • Approves schools for the fools
  • Abolish the jury, punish the fury
  • But it's our power that you fuel
  • So is it basically blatantly obvious
  • And in fact *****ing common sense
  • That when people are forced to live in shit
  • Under your conditions, crime will undoubtedly spread
  • You may be watching every move we make
  • You even convince yourself that you're clever
  • But I'm looking back right into your eyes, so
  • Don't you ever, never ever, think that I might trip or
  • Slip right down your stairs
  • Into your cells, where unaware, you can beat
  • And ***** me senseless, while the world spins
  • Around relentless
  • You may have people on your side that I
  • Consider the lowest form of life
  • But don't you think of what you call respect
  • Even enters into our minds aspect
  • For I'm sick of respect, how bout our causes instead?
  • What made the maddeened go to extreme lengths
  • Who simply couldn't take it
  • Who knew they wouldn't make it
  • Being ground down fine, by those who haven't got the time
  • For they shall punish those who sin
  • Toss the peasants live into the bin
  • Of those who won't beg for their pittance
  • And that still remains our *****ing difference
  • Who will not beg to their Jesus, god
  • Christ I've had enough of that
  • Christ I've had enough of this

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