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St. George's Day - 2014

It's St George's day in London and the Home Counties too
But I remember Yorkshire and it's dark satanic mills
There's a cheeky cockney bragging all about new engurland
But I prefer to march to the sound of a brass band
He wants to claim the flag back from the fascists of the right
But flags can only blind us and mislead the real fight
This day's a cheap invention by patriotic whores
But I remember Michael Foot and William Horsefall
Instead of bonding over icons of The Lord
Let the workers of this England let out a mighty roar
Damn the saints and masters, and everything they say
I will wait another week and party on May Day


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