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Every friday night outside the pubs
You see them on the corner
There's a bit of fighting cos
Someone was told they're out of order
Could it be the fact that
They have had nine or ten pints of lager
And the confines of the pub have
Pushed them both to points of anger
Then I see the cloud
The red mist hanging over

Will it clear
Will fighting drunks get sober
They're coming near
No time to talk things over
I've spilt my beer
I should have had a soda
Saturday night it comes around
And there's a stench in the town
Every corner turned you see a
Scuffle and a face looking down

Is it down to beer the fact that
People can't really get on now
Fighting drunks on every street
At ten thirty and three thirty shows



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    alexthomasdavisFeb 27, 2014 at 8:55 am
    Fighting Drunks is a name I had thought of for a band. To be original I thought we could have a fight at the end of each show. Hey if you want money that much thats what you have to do! This never materialised so when I had the chance to write a song called Fighting Drunks on my Chav Culture album, I jumped at the chance!

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