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Written on daily jog past Holland Park, London)
Time improves you or dilutes you
But there is no standing still
If you don't scream nobody hears you
If you won't fight then no-one will
When I'm walking
Walking through walls
Walking through walls
You can breathe under water
You will find it hard at first
Getting used to ritual slaughter
Feeling like your head might burst
Bare your teeth and bang your drum
Get up on your legs and start to run
No no no you can't sit down
No-one's friend and no-one's clown
You can't argue with a mad man
Age of reason's sinking fast
As your arms become steel girders
Crashing through a sheet of glass
When I'm walking
Walking through walls
Walking
Walking through walls
Bare your teeth and bang your drum
Get up on your legs and start to run
No no no you can't sit down
No-one's friend and no-one's clown
Walking
Walking through walls



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