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Cast a drift of the shores of shotter's nation
I had a lick, it caved my skull in like a brick
Oh now what use am I to anyone
Fucked, forlorn, frozen beneath the summer
Don't sing along or you'll get what I got

So, here comes a delivery
Straight from the heart of the misery, oh
Here comes a delivery, straight through the heart of you, yeah you

And you, You've finally left school
Oh what, on earth, do you intend to do?
See if you can take the man go down town
And all, you skins and mods, now get together
Make pretend it's 1969 forever
Or find a girl, have a drink, have a dance and pray

This song might deliver me
From the harshness of misery, oh
It's a song that delivers me, straight to the heart of you
So, here comes a delivery
Straight from the heart of the misery, oh
Here comes a delivery, straight through the heart of you



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