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Ian Anderson – Eurology lyrics
A Morris Minor, a cafe noir
Banana smoothie, snails in a jar
Three dodgy sailors, a girl on skates
A little too muscled from doing weights

A family wedding, a sushi bar
Sand in the Seychelles, karaoke star
Lads on the razzle get lost in love
Paddington station, rain clouds above

The crumpled sheets of a long hot summer.
Stored images like an acorn, drop
Squirreled away, but still remembered
By the man in the photo shop

Rush hour on Praed Street behind the glass
A picture process, in one hour fast
Intimate portraits of topless wives
Flashed indiscretions, snap-happy lives

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