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Maximo Park – George Brown lyrics

A tale of 2 acts
One in 1948
One in 62

There's no justice in trade and industry
Full of promise in integration
Dissolves

Precipitates resentment

When the books that carry
Were built by decorated arms
In rain sodden yards

Then the gulf appears wider

Two islands colliding

When the books that carry
Were built by decorated arms
In rain sodden yards

The past gets coloured in
I find it frightening

When the books that carry
Were built by decorated arms
In rain sodden yards

A house of cards



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