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So you made it up to the premier league
Up through the play offs you wouldn't believe
Now your taken over by mercenaries

With more legs than a centipede
You're going down
Down down yeah yeah

So you made it up to the premier league
You hit the grade new badge on your sleeve
Now your taken over by mercenaries
After a quick buck these overpaid theives
So you made it up to the premier league
Something you never thought you'd achieve
Now your taken over by mercenaries
You're hanging in there but you want to leave



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  • alexthomasdavis
    alexthomasdavisMar 5, 2014 at 12:42 pm
    So this song is about Mercanaries. The best example being QPR in the 2012/13 season. They bought a load of players in on high wages who were either rejects or club hoppers. Good players but not bought to play a particular role in the team, just because they were good in a particular position. No time to gel.

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