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Orange tanned townie
I see you dressed in white

Orange tanned townie
She likes a good old fight
Orange tanned townie
She shouldn't have the right
Orange tanned townie
Who put out the light

In the thick of night
I wear all white
And chew the bitter cud
I drink all right
Til I'm out of sight
And start on tops with hoods
I think I might
Ladder my tights
And end in tears of floods
And from a height
I'll start a fight
And splash your top with blood



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    alexthomasdavisMar 5, 2014 at 2:12 pm
    This song is about the orange tanned townie. When I lived in Sunderland, theres plenty there. Its pretty self explanatory, it tells the tale of how she just boozes away all night and gets into catfights with other girls. Goes on everywhere, every town is the same, and mad holiday places too I imagine, though I've never been

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