Monday, 13 June 2011
"a song you know all the words to"
my dear old pal patrick had a leaving london do years ago oh hell years ago now upstairs in some boozer in fitzrovia i think assorted rocknrollers singing songs and showing off and making us miss him hugely already already and pat knew bruce words and paul knew mott and alex knew bob and all the slurry rest off us thought we knew stay free we met when we were at school never took no shit from no one we were weren't fools something something something something something something you know we piss on everyone in the classroom something something something something weekends we'd go dancing down streatham on the bus choas falling over spillages i love you love you smoking menthol i practiced daily in my room diddle didle diddle do do diddle do you were down the crown planning your next move go on a nicking spree hit the wrong guy each of you gets threeeeee years in brixton i did my very best to write how was butlins were the screws to tiiiiiight when you lot get out we're gonna hit the town we'll burn it fucking down to a cinder cos years have passed and things have changed i move anyway i'm wanna go and i'll never forget the feeling i had when i heard that you got home and i'll never forget the smile on face cos i knew where you would be and if you're in the crown tonight have a drink on me go easy bum bum bum bum step light ly buuuuum stay free
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Go easy, step lightly, stay free. Wonderful.
blooming computer broken for weeks and youknow thats aint cool, got it back still no sound on it,still i just nip of and put most stuff on my hifi, that you play,but dont own a single clash record im afraid. i no ill be cast out, but ill stick to my hammersmith gurrilers and lurkers anyway fantastic stuff as always,glen just cant dig the clash grainger
I think those are the actual words in fact
i pretty sure they are indeed mr h. especially when done in a quite dreadful attempt at a london accent.
sa ain't it just
gg you'll always be welcome round here mister we are a club of huge variousness
I would very much like to hear that London accent...
you wouldn't really you wouldn't believe me
Thrilling, wonderful video!@bose
My 'stay free' friend - I haven't seen him since his wedding, but my mum is good friends with a good friend of his mum so I hear the stories, drink and drugs and depression and debilitating medical conditions. As a teenager he got expelled from quaker school, which I always found particularly impressive. I don't think i even know how to get in touch now, although of course I do, the friends of mum network is there and ready.
Grooving and wiggling to The Clash in a bar in Fitzrovia...can't be bad!! ;-)
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