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Future Of The Left – Goals In Slow Motion lyrics

Dan, Dan your a good man
But you'd better not speak for me
I spent sixteen hours in a luggage rack with these children round my feet
They thought I was Brazilian
They made me sign their boots
A special talent trapped inside the body of a youth

The favelas of Nottingham are more
More then just a weekend in the sun

In the end he moved to hull
First on loan and then on glue

Chris this shouldn't change you
You'd be better of kept indoors
Cos as racist strikers go my friend you're the best this club has sold
And I have to say that woman was hardly innocent
Accepting drinks of animals on leiu of paying rent

The favelas of nottingham are more
More then just a weekend in the sun
The favelas of Nottingham are more
More then just a weekend in the sun
In the end he moved to hull
First on loan and then on glue

More then just a weekend in the sun

The shanty towns of derby are more then an hour in a life
More then just a weekend in the sun
The rolling plains of Swindon are more then a line in a song
More then just a weekend in the sun
More then just a weekend in the sun



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