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Marty Willson-piper – Evil Queen Of England lyrics

Elizabeth, this time it isn't you
But she who shouts and blasts
Us with blue
The brilliance of making war
Rotten to the very core
She's hammered planks across
My door
Some sensitivity might pull us through.

And the Evil Queen of England
Puts us down
So cold so heartless
And oh so glory bound
Queen of evil and of iron
Can't you see there's people crying.

Being fair still gets you through
The day
But your dark soul is getting in
The way
You must believe in equality
In pride and people's dignity
Stop killing the family
You sacrifice the servants to
The kings

And the Evil Queen of England
Looks away
So ignorant and bad
She's made us pay
Queen of evil and of iron
Can't you see there's people

You light cigars with ten
Pound notes
You dance in the castle
As we drown in the moat
Your're pushing heads below
The waterline

And I've let you be the evil
Queen again
And now I need something
To help me dull the pain
A blue-eyed Marie Antoinette
Your speeches stale cigarettes
Give back our hearts
Repay our debts
I can't believe in anything
You do.

And the Evil Queen of England
Left a scar
And then she drove away
In a black expensive car
Queen of Evil and of iron
Remove our chains and help us

Climb away.
Remove our chains and help us
Climb away.

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