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My cat says ackHit the north, will ya hit the northWould you credit it, town and county names exist like bradfordJust sav...Computers infest the hotelsCops [i’m, uh, wired] to catch criminalsThey’re not too bad, I think what the hell, they talk to godThose were just savages, those were just savagesIn him we trustHit the north, will ya hit the northCan’t get a break on those estates, but what the heck.Under wrong influence from french corpse, light summer-type paleLemon clothes, young connie-type aerobic chicksManacled to the city, manacled to the cityThose big big big wide streetsThose useless mpsThose useless mpsHit the northAll estate agents alive yell down the nights in hysterical breathThe government say, the government saysGo forth, go forthNo lights so prettyIn the reflected mirror of delirium, eastender and victorianLager,The induced call, mysterious, comes forth - hit the north



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