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Stand up you? Ve got to manage, I wont sympathize anymore.
And if you complain once more, you meet an army of me.
You? Re all right, there? S nothing wrong, self sufficiency please!
And get to work.
And if you complain once more, you meet an army of me.
You? Re all right, there? S nothing wrong, self sufficiency please!
You? Re on your own now, we won? T save you, we won? T save you,
You? Re on your own now, we won? T save you, your rescue squad is too exhausted.
And if you complain once more, you meet an army of me.
You? Re all right, there? S nothing wrong, self sufficiency please!



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    seansalvadorFeb 11, 2009 at 7:10 pm
    Get of your arses, basically!
    It's reminds me of a forced march (stand up, youve got to manage) but it's basically about all those people who are dossing about on the dole (benefits) and not even trying to get a job.
    I have a friend like this (ironically he's into Bjork) and he always says it's someone elses fault. This song is repudiating that attidtude and saying that it's all on your own back to do something about your situation. There's no one to blame but yourself! That's why she's so angry.
    'Your rescue squad is too exausted' I think this means that there are sdo many people in this situation that the 'rescue squads' can do no more.
    Very good song and exactly my sentiments (I'm out of work and I blame no one, only I can sort out my situation).
    Oh, and the original is way better than this tripe!
    Sean Salvador.

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