Ray Davies's
Working Man's Café cover

All Lines

And once you're in there'll be no getting out,
And once you're in there will be no getting out.
And one day when you are gone,
And one that they take home to their wives.
And opposite me Brenda the alkie coughs so deep
And organise your life and keep it totally planned.
And packed up my clothes,
And pay it back next year
And people are real people not just playing
And people dressed in grey
And Pimlico and Savile Row,
And planting land mines on the lawn
And plastic legs that reach up to his plastic bum.
And poor Suzy and Johnny had to skimp and save
And pounced upon its pray
And powerman, powerman, I'll never be your slave.
And pull it all down.
And put me under all this strain
And put rouge on his cheeks
And put some powder on his nose.
And put the children in the nursery just to be free again
And put you in the underground for a while,
And ran away from home
And remember that God is on your side.
And remember the time when you were a child.
And reporters came around and asked for interviews.
And roll myself a harry rag and put myself to bed (2)
And rolls herself a harry rag and puts herself to bed
And rolls himself a harry rag and puts himself to bed
And running away.
And said little boy I'm gonna make you a man
And said little boy won't you come home with me
And Sara Jane's living on bag take-aways,
And save it from the mess it's in
And say good-bye to a world that's too real;
And saying I was your ruination
And see all the places that I used to know,
And see crooked politicians and the unemployment queues
And see what thoughts you're thinking.
And sell them all off at treble the profits.
And sell you out,
And shake my head till there's no more life in me.
And she'll never understand you
And she's always brewing up tea.
And she's always puffin' and pantin',
And she's always screaming and shouting,
And she's given up the alcohol and pizzas
And she's really in a state of elation
And she's thrown away the good food guide
And she acted oh so friendly
And she assures me that it's living hell.
And she believes the stories are real.
And she believes the things that they say.
And she curses herself for the life she's led
And she got me going, and she keeps me sane
And she led him to a life of indecision.
And she need not fear
And she passes looks, as well as bills
And she says she's got no appetite
And she says to me:
And she stirs the tea with councilors,
And sleep on park benches wrapped in plastic bags.
And slum kids never change.
And smoke a big Havana cigar.
And snatched a butterfly
And so he gave half to a foreign publisher
And so I'll wait a while
And so I left the village green.
And so I searched night and day
And so is Lola
And so much fear
And so the buildings all came down
And somebody just cried out loud
And somehow happiness will find you.
And someone is treasuring a picture of you,
And someone just said that the world's gonna end.
And sought a less plush residence
And spit him out,
And Starr walks in, gives a little wiggle
And stars fade away. (2)
And still all the critics keep saying
And strike you down some day
And sweet Helena in bed prays for Johnny.
And swim in the sea
And take a drive with me (2)
And take him for all you can get.
And take my exams and pass the lot
And take my place in the crowd.
And talk about the village green.
And teach me about the structure of man,
And teachers were always disobeyed,
And that's a little bit of real emotion
And that's how he wanted to stay.
And that's that (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
And that's the way you should leave it
And that's what I wanna hear.
And that someone's going to be me.
And that will be a tragedy
and the air smells unnaturally clean.
And the axeman's block.
And the bacon and eggs
And the battle scars that went before
And the bed beside her is full of cables and leads
And the boy next door,
And the breakfast is served
And the calmness keeps you awake
And the ceiling just fell down.
And the cemetery's empty
And the chief prosecutor had to go out of town
And the clown does a belch and we all belch back (2)
And the comic says "bollocks" and everybody laughs (2)
And the comic shouts (2) (3) (4)
And the crazy politicians
And the days are like living in hell
And the dead leaves rustle around
And the Doctor looks on so annoyed
And the drudgery of being wed
And the Electric Dwarf wishes he was six foot tall
And the fact of it is nobody gives any more. (2)
And the Fatherland wanted what the world wouldn't give,
And the fields where we gathered
And the floosie's gone and found another sucker
And the followers of style say it's the latest thing (2)
And the girls go crazy when he starts to move,
And the highways are deserted
And the I.R.A. are killing everybody else
And the income tax collector's got his beady eye on me,
And the innocent bleed
And the inventors with their high I.Q.s
And the judge said to pay up, our you must sell out.
And the kids are crying
And the kitchen sink is leaking.
And the man from the Social Security
And the man on the news is going over the top
And the marching band plays along
And the marching band song
And the mob says "follow" so we go (2) (3) (4)
And the moment to last them for ever, (2)
And the moments of stress that we had better forget
And the neon sign said (2)
And the next time anybody offers me a loan
And the office blocks were just turned into ashes
And the old see dog says shiver me timbers
And the only way
And the ordinary things people did long ago.
And the ordinary things people did long ago?
And the pies and now she looks as if she's ready to die,
And the pigs and the goats (2)
And the professors in their colleges
And the profile of a Cary Grant,
And the radio keeps pumping out the same old boring sound.
And the rebels are much older.
And the rich were so mean
And the road gets rocky along the way (2)
And the rules and regulations. (2)
And the rules and regulstions.
And the salt gets in my blisters and the sand gets in my hair,
And the schools and universities
And the sea's an open sewer,
And the sea and she sky
And the sea and the sky beyond.
And the shadows on the wall,
And the sisters take pictures of brothers,
And the sky is wide
And the smell of fear
And the Spanish do their fighting
And the spirit can do truly wonderous things
And the spirit can live on
And the spirit lives on
And the Taj Mahal really has a pretty dome
And the tally man's gotta have his money on time
And the toys of man turned to civilized dust
And the tramps in the street.
And the very best of choruses to (2)
And the video's too tame
And the violence of the city
And the whole wide world is on your side, hey hey.
And the woman next door's an undercover for the K.G.B.,
And the working class hero's got a tinted hair
And the world is at my feet.
And the world is joy, every single day.
And the wrong that I've done.
And the young just want to be young.
And their friends finally coming 'round to their way of thinking
And then a fake dietician went and put her on a diet
And then a great nation
And then decided she was better off
And then education came that day.
And then he's gonna lean on you,
And then he's gonna screw you up.
And then he went and turned her in,
And then his friend calls out his name
And then Hitler decided he could take what was his,
And then Lavinia's eyes met mine.
And then mum said, "Dad, you know it won't last for long,"
And then the cops knocked at the door
And then they ask for a happy tune,
And then we know exactly where we are
And then we used to sit a while
And then you're out on your feet.
And there'll be no distance between now and then.
And there's a big reward,
And there's a car park where the Pally used to stand.
And there's a docker by a wharf, sending cargo overseas,
And there's a little green man in my head
And there's a little yellow man in my head
And there's a man, he's smiling at you.
And there's a tap by a reservoir, leading to a stream,
And there's a true blue inside of me
And there's gas in my tank and I've still got a way to go
And there's going to be a revolution (2)
And there's going to be a revolution.
And there's me quoting pretentious chat up lines
And there's no earth beneath my feet.
And there's no guarantee you'll get your money back again
And there's no purity. (2)
And there's no security.
And there's no way back
And there's nowhere to hide
And there ain't no style (2)
And there ain't no style,
And there ain't no use me talking 'bout the things we used to do (2)
And there is no return (2)
And there is nothing I can do (2)
And there is nothing I can say. (2)
And they'll light one up and they'll boast and brag
And they're breakin' off relationships and (2) (3)
And they're never seen again, (2)
And they're rushing down the street to join
And they're singin' my tune.
And they're wearing out their leather
And they've used up all the alternatives,
And they act out their part
And they ain't gonna listen to me
And they are wrong
And they can't pay the fine.
And they don't need no friends
And they got no right to change us (2)
And they had it blessed by heaven above,
And they had sold Cadogan Square.
And they killed off Sleazy Town
And they led us down that class-less road to mediocrity.
And they light one up and they boast and brag
And they look down below and wonder what it's all about.
And they sat her on a throne,
And things will never be the same
And think of all the money I made.
And think of thinks I'd like to say to you (I love you true)
And this boy's never had anything. (2)
And this is the way we played
And this made Johnny very upset
And this time it was harder to get up than before
And this was their finest hour
And those who are successful,
And those who think they are immune will get slapped in the face.
And though you're gone you're in my mind forever.
And though you're gone, (2)
And through emotional stress he brought his life to an end.
And time goes by
And time goes quickly by just like the moneygoround
And time is the avenger (2)
And to cricket those ten same rules shall apply.
And to do what they want you to
And to proved that it really existed.
And took you to places you'd never seen
And treating us like sheep, (2)
And tried to drag her down in the big black smoke,
And tried to sneak out early in the morning.
And try to make the world understand.
And turn it off at will.
And turn it upside down.
And unemployment's no enjoyment,
And use you all your life.
And use your natural gifts (2) (3)
And use your natural gifts, you got natural gifts
And use your natural gifts, you gotta natural gift
And wade through all the petty bureaucratic little laws.
And wait a little longer
And walk down the Abbey Road.
And walk on the high wire
And walk right out that door?
And walked down one-way streets that led nowhere.
And watch the clouds roll over me,
And we'd sit and pass the time of day
And we'll all go to hell
And we'll all join hands,
And we'll all march along
And we'll all mark time as we go. (2) (3)
And we'll all sing a song (2) (3) (4)
And we'll all walk along
And we'll be living in a new society. (2)
And we'll buy up the towns,
And we'll find a way through the city streets
And we'll go miles together
And we'll have a sleep
And we'll knock 'em all down
And we'll see who's the one to survive.
And we'll sing a song,
And we'll sip tea, laugh,
and we'll sit in the trees and eat bananas all day
And we'll talk about the way love used to be (2)
And we'll talk of life, the way love used to be
And we're narrowly missing the man in the moon,
And we're tired of hearing promises (2) (3)
And we've all got personality
And we all act a part,
And we all agree that she's a mystery,
And we all put him down 'cos he can't think fast,
And we all shout back (2) (3) (4)
And we are all his children
And we beat the fear
And we can go miles together
And we don't feel as ugly as we really are,
And we paddled our feet,
And we sat and spent the time of day
And we sat in the shade,
And we sat in the working man's café
And we watched all the swimmers,
And we will be all right.
And we will be so happy in my ape man world
And we will build a master race
And we will live our lives as equals.
And we will nationalise the wealthy companies
And what of Christine Keeler,
And what started off as all cuddles and kisses
And what you love to do the most?
And when he does his little rounds,
And when he feels down he puts some rock 'n' roll on
And when he feels the world is closing in
And when he pulls his frilly nylon panties right up tight,
And when his money's gone,
And when I ask who is responsible,
And when I come home late, you always ask me
And when I come home you make it all worthwhile. (2)
And when I die you'll hear me say (2)
And when I do I'll always say
And when I do I'll say
And when I lie on my pillow at night
And when I see her,
And when I see ya walking down the street
And when I went to a cocktail party
And when it ends it seems such a shame.
And when people look at me they can see
And when she kisses me I know. (2) (3)
And when the morning after
And when they're gone, it's me and you.
And when they ask me how you dance,
And when they said come dancing,
And when we have a High School Hop (2)
And when we laugh at the clothes he wears,
And when you're old and grey you will remember what they said,
And when you've had enough
And when you eat.
And when you finished I was looking at the ceiling.
And when you give 'em dat rhythm and blues they'll simply smile and say
And when you start to smile they'll say gimme dat rhythm and blues,
And when you think of all the things I've done
And where are all the protest songs?
And where is regard and respect? (2)
And while I do my best to stop my raspberry from slopping,
And while the cat's away
And who are we
And who do we blame now we're all going broke?
And who would think after all these years
And William Shakespeare is the schmooze of the week (2)
And wishes his wife was still by his side
And with emotional glue
And with some luck and dedication and some careful manipulation
And working as a stripper on the school holidays.
And writing message to you.
And writing messages to you. (2)
And years into decade tens into thousands
And you'll drink 'till you're tight,
And you'll feel mighty low (2)
And you'll get a lot of mileage out of me.
And you'll get by whatever.
And you'll get by, yes you'll get by. (2)
And you'll go anywhere you want to decide. Well alright.
And you'll look like skin and bone.
And you're alright though you treat me bad.
And you're embarrassed by the light of day,
And you're feeling so proud,
And you're not the country that I used to know.
And you're starstruck, baby, starstruck.
And you've become downtrodden
And you've no inclination
And you've thrown away the key
And you always will be,
And you can't disguise your sad little eyes that give your loneliness away
And you can't win (2)
And you can do what you want (2)
And you cry out loud and nobody can help
And you don't need brains
And you feel overweight,
And you found all the affection suddenly gone.
And you give them the eye
And you just can't blame
And you know that that's not cricket.
And you look at me and I look at you (2)
And you might even hear it played on the rock 'n' roll hit parade
And you needed a helping hand
And you pace around the room
And you shouldn't be sad (2) (3)
And you shuffle around in the prison cell
And you still want me (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
And you talk so upper class.
and you think
And you think today is going to be better,
And you wanna lose a couple of stone,
And you were meant to love me darling (2)
And you were my friend.
And your battles are all won.
And your breath smells of garlic,
And your cousins and your brothers and your sisters
And your head's in the air,
And your hope and glory has passed you by
And your long lost land of Hallelujah
And your mind is not right.
And your nose is a shiny red light.
And your secretary tells me that she's sorry,
And your slaves all at your feet.
Animal Farm (2)
Anne Maria and her daughters, (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
Anne Maria and her daughters...
Annihilate the Jews and wipe out their race,
Another chance, another day
Another chip off the block, is that all that you are?
Another day but I'll get through,
Another day, another freeway to face
Another factory's been knocked down
Another hotel, it's time to check out soon
Another jam, another day, another hair is turning grey,
Another night has gone away and here comes yet another day.
Another Saturday night and everybody gets together
Another Saturday, another date.
Another sucker comes your way.
Answering phones and dictating letters
Anticyclone and tornados brewin',
Any second love can turn to hate
Anyone who thinks the transplant is easy
Anything but there's one thing
Anything here that I can buy.
Anything that I desired.
Anything to make your worries disappear
Anytime I feel like a game
Anyway, it only really hurts you when you laugh,
Anyway, what am I supposed to say
Apparently the new computer thinks I won't be missed.
Apparently, his was a case of acute schizophrenia too.
Appeared on my back. To my disappointment I was not a freak.
Are dirty rats
Are lots of little demons enslaved by Annabella
Are overgrown in weeds and in tatters
Are rare antiquities.
Are ruining the land (2)
Are still in the kitchen sink.
Are they still around? When they gonna stop?
Are turning out a brand new breed of young conservatives.
Are we drifting along, going along with the flow.
Are we just for decoration?
Are we merely going with the flow
Are you feeling old now?
Are you going on Thanksgiving Day
Are you gonna take the pledge
Are you horrified and terrified?
Are you ill? Are you well?
Are you in so deep, that you can't get out?
Are you jiving me?
Are you listenin' (around the dial)
Are you listening to me?
Are you listening? (2)
Are you on the dial, are you tuned in right?
Are you on the edge of suicide?
Are you out there (around the dial)
Are you still dreaming and making big plans? (2) (3)
Are you still struggling the way that I am? Oh (2) (3)
Are you straight, are you queer
Are you stuck in a deadend job?
Aren't guaranteed to drive you round the bend
Aren't guaranteed to send you round the bend
Arm in arm we sang our patriotic songs of love and sentiment.
Around and around and 'round and 'round...
Around the dial, (2) (3) (4)
Around the dial. (2) (3) (4)
Around the earth, the sky, the sea (2) (3)
Around the earth, the sky, the sea, down all the days (2)
Around the garden hedge
Art school cat, ah, I was really on a mission
Art school chaps with creative grand illusions
Art School prays the life I'd never really understand
Art takes time, time is money
Arteries throb, coronaries pound
Arthur's on the picket line winding up the nation,
Arthur's on the war path, here he comes again.
Arthur's working out, now he's really got the muscle,
Arthur the world's gone and passed you by (2)
Arthur was born just a plain simple man
Arthur we know and we sympathize
Arthur we like you and want to help you (2)
Arthur we read you and understand you
Arthur, could be (2)
Artificial light, (2) (3)
Artificial light. (2) (3) (4) (5)
Arty farty, I try to throw a party
Arty farty, you'll never fool your Auntie
As all the early morning drifters make their way
As all the seconds in our lifetime drift away
As dog eats dog to stay alive,
As far as we can go. (2)
As free as a flea or a proud butterfly
As free as the birds up in the sky
As free as the bugs and the spiders and flies
As free as the sun and the moon in the sky
As happy as we can be.
As happy as you and me.
As he sat, content in his tree.
as he told me a tale passed on to him by a wanderin' vagabond
As I knocked on doors,
As I look around the room
As I look in your eyes I wonder, (2) (3)
As I said Pete was on the bass,
As I stand at the last assembly,
As I stood in a line with my comrades,
As I walked to the last assembly,
As I watch the hump-backed man hobble down the high street
As long as all his troubles disappeared.
As long as I gaze on Waterloo sunset (2)
As long as I got enough to buy a harry rag
As long as it's in black and white
As long as Mr Pleasant's all right, hey hey. (2)
As long as they gaze on Waterloo sunset
As long as you are understanding,
As on the day he went away
As she buys her paper at the corner shop,
As she walked up to the table to dine
As tabloid judges sharpen up their knives
as told to me so long ago by my good friend
As Vera Lynn would say
As we hollowed round the log fire, we laughed the whole night long,
As we sang for the very last time.
As we stand beside the silent grave
As we stood at the last assembly,
As we walk down Salvation Road. (2) (3)
As we walked down that alley way of hope,
As you pass them by
Ask yourself why you go through it all
At a quiet little seaside hotel.
At a truck stop a man sits alone at the bar
At every suave young man
At least a thousand years.
At least my hair is all mine, my teeth are my own,
At least that's what they say, (2) (3)
At least you and I know where we stand
At my video shop (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
At night I lie awake and dream of Donna (2)
At the end of the day.
At the gathering of generations
At the people below, oh
At the video shop (2) (3) (4) (5)
At the working man's café (2)
At work he is invariably unpleasant and unkind.
Attitude (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)
Attitude, Oo Oo Oo (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
Au revoir, my little fraulfin baby, it's so tragique
Australia sha-la-la-la sha-la-la-la (2) (3) (4)
Australia to Cornwall
Australia, Australia (2)
Australia, no class distinction
Australia, no drug addiction
Australia, the chance of a lifetime
Australia, you get what you work for
Authority must be maintained
Avoid stepping on Bela Lugosi
Away from the people with frowns on their faces.
Awful? Well all I can say is my Norman wears them every night.

- B -

Ba ba ba, together (2)
Ba ba-ba ba ba-ba ba, (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
Ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba (afternoon tea) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
Babies being born (2) (3)
Babies being born every day
Babies being born, some are rich, some are poor
Babies being induced, no excuse, what's the use
Babies didn't wanna be born
Baby, baby (2)
Baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby
Baby, I feel good
Baby, watch out or else you'll be ruined,
Baby, you're running around like you're crazy.
Baby, you don't know what you're saying,
Baby, you never know what I've been through.
Baby, you won't believe it but it's true
Back home they put his picture in a frame
Back in nineteen hundred and thirty-nine
Back in nineteen hundred and twenty-five
Back in the gymnasium they're training for a war.
Back in the gymnasium they're working out and body popping.
Back in the real world
Back in the scrub on a wet afternoon
Back where you started, (2) (3) (4)
Back where you started, come on do it again.
Back where you started, here we go round again, (2)
Ban the bomb, oh how contemporary,
Banging in my ears, in every direction.
Banging my head against the wall.
Bank the profits, count the change
Barley wine pink gin,
Barstow and Osborne, Waterhouse and Sillitoe,
Be a devil join the new conservatives.
Be a human cannon ball
Be always on your guard,
Be an optimist instead,
Be chauvinistic, that's your way
Be on my way, I'm bound to see you on the street again someday
Beaten and battered
Beatniks with long pullovers on,
Because a genuine Hawaii ukulele cost me 30 guineas,
Because celluloid heroes never feel any pain (2)
Because drinking can help ease the strain (2)
Because education's doing me in
Because he's got two left feet and taxi-door ears,
Because he had a heart and not a head.
Because hers was such a lonely life.
Because I'm always wearing shades.
Because I'm the only one (2)
Because I've been around, I have the insight
Because I've been there before
Because I fell for your pretty face,
Because I fell for your pretty face. (2)
Because I like you, girl
Because inside every straight upright citizen a tormented
Because it's calling me, (come on home)
Because it's stuck in neutral and my engine's got no speed
Because it's unnecessary.
Because it makes him feel like a Lord
Because it was you equally
Because money and corruption are ruining the land.
Because of different pressures
Because she'd rather be all alone.
Because she wanted to be alone.
Because the hurricane is heading up this way
Because the summer's all gone.
Because the vandals went and wrecked all the telephones.
Because the voices in your head keep shouting in your sleep.
Because the world's not so tame.
Because they're all going to feel the bite
because they're dedicated followers of any old thing.
Because they can touch it, it's gotta be reality.
Because they couldn't stand to be separated
Because they look pretty
Because they say my accent isn't right,
Because we wanna be free
Because you're a victim of bright city lights,
Because you can't tell if it's day or night
Because you ease my mind
Because you know what they say
Because you never show. (2)
Because you sold me out.
Been a cheat, been a crook,
Been deceitful and a liar
Before I become more optimistic
Before it's taken away.
Before it touched the evils of this world,
Before that they put up a bowling alley
Before this happened it was just another day
Before we were full of discontent.
Before you condemn me my friends,
Before you go, there's something you ought to know (2)
Before you know it, Summer's gone.
Before you know where you are you're a slave to the green gold.
Before you vanish out of view.
Behind all those misty thunder clouds
Bells ring loud and clear
Bend your hips and touch your toes,
Bernadette's got a house in the country,
Betray the working man, (2)
Betray your friends and get the prize
Better close your window tight:
Better not come running to me
Better pack up your bags and run.
Better put their acts together
Betty Lou didn't know what to do at first
Betty Lou got quite a surprise
Between now and then.
Beware the Demon bowler.
Bible bashers where are the queues
Biding my time and waiting on the sidelines
Big Australian barmaid
Big Australian barmaid (2)
Big city lights guide my way into the night, darkness shines
Big confusion in Hollywood (2)
Big Sky's too big to cry
Big Sky's too occupied
Big Sky feels sad when he sees the children scream and cry
Big Sky looks down on all the people looking up at the Big Sky.
Big Sky looks down on all the people who think they got problems
Big Sky too big to cry
Big Sky too high to see
Billions into zillions and forever and forever
Bite the bullet
Biting toast and swallowing tea and breakfast specials on the air.
Bits of me scattered everywhere
Black and white
Black girls, white girls oh what a mixture
Black skin, red skin, yellow or white,
Blame the future on the past,
Blame the ghettos in the land of the free
Blame the hurricane, blame the drug trade, the economy
Bless you uncle son, (2)
Blizzards can blow; the waves hit the shore,
Blow in my ear, I like the way you do that.
Blow out your brains, and do it right
Blow up a brand new civilization
Body touches body but it's only skin deep.
Boil the tea and I'll be
Boil the tea and put some toast on.
Boiled, French fried, any old way that you wanna decide. (2) (3)
Boiled, French fried, any old way you wanna decide.
Bon soir, my little senorita, c'est magnifique
Bonsoir my green colleen from Ireland
Bop-bop-bopm-bop-bop, whoa! (2)
Boring occupations,
Boring the world for hours with political theories
Bought a pair of new designer pants
Boys like you were born to waste,
brand new breed of young conservatives. (2)
Break their hearts and break some heads.
Break up the band, start a new life, be a new man
Breaking out of my isolation
Breasts that are bare and pubic hair.
Breathing fumes, stuck in a tin can,
Breeze blows leaves over, mostly coloured yellow,
Bring back corporal punishment
Bring back the birch, and the cat of nine tails.
Bring back the stocks
Bring on the lions and open the cage.
Brought one thing closer to my mind
Brown, you were my next door neighbour
Brown, your world was turned upside down
Brute-force educated, delinquent juvenile.
Buddy can you spare me a dime
Buddy can you spare me, buddy can you spare me a dime
Build a brand new world of our own.
Build those factories
Build those highways, build those cars
Built for the industrial revolution,
Bumper to bumper in the traffic jam.
Burn it up and break it
But a bureaucrat says we've lost your file
But a gallon of gas can't be purchased anywhere for any amount of cash
But all around me everybody's multiplying
But all dead soldiers look the same
But all I ever get is a definite maybe.
But all I get is hot potatoes
But all I hear is noise. (Noise)
But all I want to do is make some money
But all that I caught was a cold,
But all the expectations and aspirations,
But all the sacrifices we must make before the end
But all the words that you spit from your face
But all your endless calculations
But also done some wrong
But always kept the code
But back in the gymnasium they're working out and body popping.
But back on planet Earth they shatter the illusion,
But before you get there
But behind front doors people think that they can hide
But beliefs aside, religion apart
But best of all cheap is cheap
But chilly, chilly is evening time (2)
But cut off one of the heads and you'll soon find out
But dad says "Forget the neighbours."
But darling, you know that I love you true,
But deep inside I'm only human.
But do you feel the fear
But don't drive me over the edge of it
But don't judge me harshly because I'm just a slum kid.
But don't you know
But dull it was not
But economy says we gotta budget to face
But economy says we gotta minimise huh -
But even if I had the dough no one's got no gasoline
But even on a crowded street
But everything else is on permanent loan.
But for all we know, we might still have a way to go
But give my daddy a job 'cause he needs one
But haven't we forgotten who we are
But he'll pervert you and drag you down.
But he's bought a hat like Anthony Eden's
But he's socially dead, oh yeah,
But he's the devil in reality.
But he's too scared to complain
But he ain't gotta home, oh no,
But he can't afford a Rolls or a Bentley
But he can't spit it out
But he didn't make the flowers and he didn't make the trees
But he failed the blues, and he's back to loser,
But he hit the hard times and had to sell out.
But he messed up his life and he beat up his wife,