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SONG YEAR SOURCE
T [27]
T for change!   [6] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
You try to ingratiate t t t t to the Fall sound   [4] Fall Sound 2007 Reformation Post TLC
But you're much t t t t too late for Fall sound   [4] Fall Sound 2007 Reformation Post TLC
T F   [1] Reformation! 2007 Reformation Post TLC
T t t t totally wired   [12] Totally Wired 1980 Totally Wired
T'PAU [2]
T'pau T'pau   [2] Craigness 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
T-MEN [4]
G-men, T-men, Revenue too   [4] White Lightning 1991 Shift-Work
T-SHIRTS [1]
T-shirts mingle   [1] Printhead 1979 Dragnet
TAB [1]
He might kill a tab   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
TAB'S [2]
He thought one last tab's gonna do it   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
One more tab's gonna do it   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
TABLE [14]
Used table leg to club son-in-law   [1] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
She'll shag you out on the table   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
Go on Round Table - "I like your single", "Yeah, uh, great!"   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
When phones ring and are inconvenient to the ears, I just press table lamp light button next to my bed and they blow up   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
She threw his dinner down on the table   [1] Joker Hysterical Face 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Les money il sur le table   [1] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Il money il sur la table   [1] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Sur la table   [2] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Le money il sur la table   [1] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Snag table top, snag   [1] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
L'argent est sur la table   [1] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
A muscular, thick-skinned, slit-eyed neighbour is at the table, poisoned just thirty seconds before by parties who knew of wireless operator's forthcoming revelation   [1] New Face in Hell 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Sugar and cakes appear mean, sitting at the table   [1] Spoilt Victorian Child 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
TABLES [2]
And if I had any guts I'd turn those money tables up   [1] Blood Outta Stone 1990 White Lightning
The tables covered in beer   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
TABLETS [1]
Due to sleeping tablets   [1] U.S. 80s-90s 1986 Bend Sinister
TABS [1]
Before he went in he took two tabs and his brain went out   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
TACK [1]
Aluminium tack door handles   [1] The Steak Place 1988 The Frenz Experiment
TAG [1]
Right on to Bremen tag   [1] Bremen Nacht 1988 The Frenz Experiment
TAIL [2]
My sick, think I've seen the tail end   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
Don't you know that was the tail end   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
TAKE [170]
Take a look back   [1] A Past Gone Mad 1993 The Infotainment Scan
You'd better take an older lover   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
To take an older lover   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
You'd better take a younger lover   [9] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
Or take an older lover   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
Or take a younger monster   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
Just take or leave it   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
Take a [ ] area   [1] And This Day 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
"If we could get it, I'd like to take it to Liverpool and Manchester and er places like that, you know"   [1] Australians in Europe 1987 Hit the North
Take and bring a word   [2] Barmy 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
They take a left turn when I cross, guaranteed   [1] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
He wasn't a woman, he didn't take hallucigens   [1] Cary Grant's Wedding 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
And take those red tie bastards who put up the Olympic flag with you   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
And take those red tie bastards with you   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Take me back to the old east baby   [1] Cloud of Black 1995 The Twenty Seven Points
Take back the molasses you took from my sugar   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Take back the white from my bread   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Take back the hung combs you took from my honey   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
And you can take it or leave it, I know what I'm talking about   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Yeah, take a little advice, stay away from the old white train   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
So take a little advice, stay away from the old white train   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Take a little advice, stay away from the old white train   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And all the squares did take umbrage   [1] Cowboy Gregori 2010 Bury!
Take five dead beat steps   [1] Dead Beat Descendant 1989 Cab It Up
I am the dice man, I take a chance, huh   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
Do you take a chance, huh?   [2] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
And I take a chance man   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
Don't take any chances   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
And I take a chance, huh   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
Do you take a chance, fan?   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
Do you take a chance, baby?   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
Don't take the pizza off me   [9] Don't Take the Pizza 1990 High Tension Line
Don't take it, don't take it, don't take it, don't take it   [32] Don't Take the Pizza 1990 High Tension Line
Dresden dolls take one   [1] Dresden Dolls 1977 Backdrop
You take her from the back, we're so respectable   [1] Entitled 1986 Hey Luciani
Take care of photograph   [1] Entitled 1986 Hey Luciani
Your reflected green eyes take two foot off you   [1] Green-Eyed Loco Man 2003 The Real New Fall LP
They take from the medium poor to give to the needy poor   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
They take it from the medium poor   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Billy with some money saying take it from me   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
Take her for a test drive on a fatal street   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
If you must take drugs   [1] Happy Holiday 1993 Behind the Counter
Take it out, I notice face imprint   [1] High Tension Line 1990 Shift-Work
Walk outside, take a look   [1] Hollow Mind 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
It's like an alien species that's dying to take over   [1] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
This cleanliness won't take your brass   [1] Hurricane Edward 1997 Levitate
I take you to the park up the road   [1] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Until we asked them to take them off   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
My boys take what I say   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
I answer and take the calls   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
I'll take [ ]   [1] Jazzed Up Punk Shit 1982 Hex Enduction Hour (2005 reissue)
Take it from me   [2] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Hit a quick coach, take the town in Surrey   [1] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Then proceeds to take all you've got to offer   [1] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
Take your grotto   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Take no notice of me   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
No pay just take all the way   [1] Music Scene 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Take it easy   [1] My Condition 1978 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
Take it - my world's destroyed   [1] Octo Realm/Ketamine Sun 2000 The Unutterable
Take it   [1] Octo Realm/Ketamine Sun 2000 The Unutterable
Take a left to street of dark and blue   [1] On My Own 1999 The Marshall Suite
And take over all the desperate   [1] Paintwork 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
I'll take over discussion and   [1] Paintwork 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Firstly, may I take this opportunity to apologise to you all for the situation which developed   [1] Portugal 2004 The Real New Fall LP
Take me home   [2] Powder Keg 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Take me back to the safe   [1] Powder Keg 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Caroline, take me back   [1] Powder Keg 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Take me back to town, Mark   [1] Powder Keg 1996 The Light User Syndrome
We laughed with them when it was take the piss time   [1] Printhead 1979 Dragnet
It comes to take them   [1] R.O.D. 1986 Bend Sinister
One day they'll get complacence and they'll have to take a chance   [1] Session Musician 1981 From the Vaults: Alter Banhof, Hof
Take it down easy   [1] Slang King 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World Of...
Three little girls with only fifty pence had to take, had to put, the Curly-Wurly back   [1] Slang King 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World Of...
Pivot your legs, shake your head, take an easy breath   [1] Sleep Debt Snatches 1987 There's A Ghost In My House
Your body and legs take a rightful rest   [1] Sleep Debt Snatches 1987 There's A Ghost In My House
S.H. is a chance I take in the land of finance retail   [1] Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
And all I take is a slippy floor in apartment hall   [1] Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Take the chicken run   [1] Smile 1983 Perverted by Language
Take the chicken run to the toilet   [1] Smile 1983 Perverted by Language
Take it down ...   [1] Smile 1983 Perverted by Language
"Those flowers, take them away," he said,"they're only funeral decorations"   [1] Spectre vs. Rector 1979 Dragnet
Let's take it ten years on   [1] Spoilt Victorian Child 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Take off!   [3] Taking Off 2011 Ersatz GB
Take it off   [1] Taking Off 2011 Ersatz GB
Take off   [1] Taking Off 2011 Ersatz GB
Take off, at weekends!   [1] Taking Off 2011 Ersatz GB
Eon, take off   [1] Taking Off 2011 Ersatz GB
Stop, take off!   [1] Taking Off 2011 Ersatz GB
Take hook clamp and put in jar   [1] The Aphid 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Take two times four O O O one   [1] The Aphid 1995 Cerebral Caustic
"Take six bottles of the six back, stand up straight, then bend down and scratch the carpet for insects and, if you find any, put the insects into the jar, then check the clamp on the jar and take six steps back"   [2] The Aphid 1995 Cerebral Caustic
And take the bastards for everything that they rate   [1] The Birmingham School of Business School 1992 Code: Selfish
You want to take a little break and get out of home   [1] The Coliseum 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Please take our free morons   [1] Theme From Error-Orrori 1990 A World Bewitched
I will take the Shakespeare   [1] Theme From Error-Orrori 1990 A World Bewitched
And take your fleecy jumper, you won't need it anymore   [1] Theme From Sparta F.C. 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Take it away, take it away   [2] Underground Medecin 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Take Viagra, go to Camber Sands   [1] (We Are) Mod Mock Goth 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Please take this medallion   [1] Winter 2 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Anyway two weeks before the mad kid had said to me, "I'll take both of you on, I'll take both of you on"   [2] Winter (Hostel-Maxi) 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Just take for instance a time of great depression   [1] Your Heart Out 1979 Dragnet
And they try to take my eyes out   [1] Your Heart Out 1979 Dragnet
There they take (your heart out)   [1] Your Heart Out 1979 Dragnet
You're lucky, friend, you've got one to take out   [1] Your Heart Out 1979 Dragnet
Because she's a man, you take the line   [1] Youwanner 2005 Fall Heads Roll
TAKEN [10]
From what I've taken   [1] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The same thing could have been taken for a spoilt slate with largesse resource   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
I was taken under the sea   [1] God Box 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The praise received is mentally sent back, or taken apart   [1] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
Talk taken   [1] Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
The arty chance I took, taken   [1] Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Point taken in the land of finance retail   [1] Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
It must have taken [ ] hours and hours, that   [1] Surmount All Obstacles 1994 Middle Class Revolt
It had taken her a long time   [2] Vixen 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
TAKEOUT [1]
Indiscriminate takeout   [1] One Day 1995 Cerebral Caustic
TAKES [14]
Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
But it takes a lotta blue-backs to satisfy my honey   [2] F'Oldin' Money 1999 The Marshall Suite
It takes a lotta blue-backs to satisfy my honey   [1] F'Oldin' Money 1999 The Marshall Suite
The journey takes one hour   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
It takes grace to play the second fiddle well   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
Bus company takes most of your wage   [1] Industrial Estate 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Now takes two months   [1] Laptop Dog 2011 Ersatz GB
Stripping takes off in Britain's black spots   [1] New Puritan 1980 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Anthony takes a front tooth   [1] Octo Realm/Ketamine Sun 2000 The Unutterable
When all it takes is hard slap   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Father takes it in his stride   [1] Van Plague? 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
He takes refuge in   [1] Rememberance R 2013 The Remainderer
It takes crackles, pops, scratches and hiss off recordings   [1] The Re-Mixer 1993 Why Are People Grudgeful?
TAKING [11]
He wasn't taking any crap from you dick   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
Taking out a policy for love and destruction   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Taking up collection, playing on a bass drum   [2] The City Never Sleeps 1995 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Reading all the books, taking in the news   [1] Last Orders 1977 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
The dream was about taking some terrorists out, y’know, bombs etc   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
What are the people around you taking?   [1] Rowche Rumble 1979 Early Years 77-79
Little boys are taking over   [1] Service 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Taking off!   [1] Taking Off 2011 Ersatz GB
Taking, success   [1] Taking Off 2011 Ersatz GB
It’s taking off   [1] Mister Rode 2013 The Remainderer
TALE [7]
Tale of the speccy M   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
And even Jesus had a tale   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
Even Jesus had a tale   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
This is the tale of his replica   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Listen while I tell this tale of woe   [1] Mike's Love Xexagon 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Here's the other end of the tale   [1] Solicitor in Studio 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Tale of "The Usher"   [1] The Usher 2007 Reformation Post TLC
TALENT [6]
Oh judge, judge of the "Persecute Me" talent show   [1] Kinder of Spine 2013 Re-Mit
They have neither the talent of art nor the instinctive snout of the media   [1] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Make your land a showcase of Fall talent   [1] O.F.Y.C. Showcase 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
A showcase of talent   [1] O.F.Y.C. Showcase 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
The talent judges are corrupt   [2] Pilsner Trail 1983 Perverted by Language (reissue)
TALES [3]
And tales of terror which my father told me   [1] A Figure Walks 1979 Dragnet
I won't bore you with tales of being greedy   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
Tales from the Castleford crypt   [1] Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
TALK [61]
And they talk a lot of wind   [11] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
They talk a lot of wind   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
Talk a lot about the wind   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
They talk a lot about the wind   [4] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
I don't wanna talk about it now   [1] Breaking the Rules 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Just don't talk to me   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
Laugh, talk, nowt   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Interruptions from the side when you talk   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
With hideous luck he'll absorb all your talk   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Don't talk to me 'bout what you done   [1] This Perfect Day 1999 The Marshall Suite
Don't talk to me about what you done   [1] This Perfect Day 1999 The Marshall Suite
Cos we're Northern white crap, but we talk back   [1] Intro 1979 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
Alan Brazil on ( [ ] ) miserable and ( [ ] ) for talk about all those cities   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
Come home we'll talk shit to ya   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
They talk of Chile while driving through Haslingden   [1] English Scheme 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
It pays to talk to no-one, no-one!   [1] Free Range 1992 Code: Selfish
It pays to talk to no-one no more!   [2] Free Range 1992 Code: Selfish
But what the heck, they're not too bad, they talk to God   [1] Hit the North 1987 Hit the North
Talk treacherous would beat   [1] Living Too Late 1986 Bend Sinister
Heard talk about by chance   [1] Marquis Cha Cha 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Talk! Complete   [1] O.F.Y.C. Showcase 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Does everybody talk about the same things all the time?   [1] Proteinprotection 2004 The Real New Fall LP
Does everybody talk about the same thing all the time?   [1] Proteinprotection 2004 The Real New Fall LP
Cos we talk about love   [1] Psycho Mafia 1978 Early Years 77-79
Well you accuse me, you talk about yourself   [1] Ride Away 2005 Fall Heads Roll
All they'll talk about is equipment   [3] Session Musician 1981 From the Vaults: Alter Banhof, Hof
But now all they'll talk about is equipment   [1] Session Musician 1981 From the Vaults: Alter Banhof, Hof
All they'll talk about is equip   [1] Session Musician 1981 From the Vaults: Alter Banhof, Hof
Talk taken   [1] Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Says they talk to him   [1] Surrogate Mirage 1982 Live, Leicester Polytechnic
Reading book I had no teeth to talk about on that day   [1] Susan vs. Youthclub 2002 The Fall vs 2003
You can talk to me in all confidentiality   [1] Trust in Me 2005 Fall Heads Roll
You can walk and talk   [2] Why Are People Grudgeful? 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Walk and talk   [2] Why Are People Grudgeful? 1993 The Infotainment Scan
TALKED [2]
As the realisation hits him that the same government him and his now dead neighbour voted for and backed and talked of on cream porches   [1] New Face in Hell 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
I'm talked out   [1] Zandra 1990 Popcorn Double Feature
TALKING [36]
Spouse is talking on the phone   [1] Arms Control Poseur 1990 Extricate
After troubled place, is talking to you   [1] Bad News Girl 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
I was talking to Jane Seymour   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
A cuckoo is talking   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 Fall Heads Roll
A woman Pearl was talking to me   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 Fall Heads Roll
And you can take it or leave it, I know what I'm talking about   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And the camel was talking to a special contributor   [1] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
And somebody's kid is talking at my door   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
There's a kid talking to himself   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The kid talking to himself by the door outside   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Pat McGatt - Pat McGatt, the very famous sports reporter is talking, there   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
He was talking about his house in the Lake District   [1] Levitate 1997 Levitate
Once talking was my favourite while   [1] Living Too Late 1986 Bend Sinister
Talking show not end   [1] My Ex-Classmates' Kids 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Talking show never end   [1] My Ex-Classmates' Kids 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Found talking to the cigarette machine   [1] No Xmas for John Quays 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Talking to his kitten   [1] No Xmas for John Quays 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
And talking about Frankie Lymon   [1] No Xmas for John Quays 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I'm talking about me   [1] One Day 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Everybody's talking about places   [1] Popcorn Double Feature 1990 Extricate
I'm talking 'bout love   [1] Psycho Mafia 1978 Early Years 77-79
I'm talking about love   [2] Psycho Mafia 1978 Early Years 77-79
You're talking about yourself   [1] Ride Away 2005 Fall Heads Roll
You're talking to yourself   [1] Ride Away 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Well everybody's talking about the working man   [2] Rollin' Dany 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Nobody's talking about rollin' Dan   [2] Rollin' Dany 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Everybody's talking about the working man   [2] Rollin' Dany 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Nobody's talking about rollin' man   [1] Rollin' Dany 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Nobody's talking about rollin' Dany   [1] Rollin' Dany 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Rock to them a Talking Heads album   [1] Shoulder Pads #2 1986 Bend Sinister
You know what I'm talking about!   [1] Your Heart Out 1979 Dragnet
Holy spirit talking to you   [1] Say Mama 2013 The Remainderer
TALKS [21]
He talks a lot of wind   [3] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
He talks a lot about the wind   [3] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
And he talks a lot of wind   [3] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
We are Northern white crap that talks back   [1] Intro 1979 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
Northern white crap that talks back   [1] Crap Rap 2/Like to Blow 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Apart from that he talks to me hardly   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
Talks to himself   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
That's why nobody talks to you   [1] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
He talks   [4] He Talks 1984 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
[ ] He talks feet, on his feet   [1] He Talks 1984 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
And he talks feet   [1] He Talks 1984 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
Indestructible [ ] no rhyme, he just talks   [1] He Talks 1984 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
TALL [9]
Short girls, tall girls, happy that they're all girls   [1] The City Never Sleeps 1995 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
We are not black, tall   [1] Crap Rap 2/Like to Blow 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
'chanted by skyscraper tall   [1] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Skyscraper tall   [1] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Sussex men under a tall tower   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
Stood this man, tall and twisted back   [1] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
Vicious dreams of EC1 and Lapland girls and green purse with tall and chaste inductments   [1] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
Never heard a story quite so tall before   [2] Scareball 1998 Masquerade
TALLER [1]
She got taller by the minute, she could sell you anything   [1] Sing! Harpy 1990 Extricate
TALONS [2]
Dressed in suits, grow talons   [1] Paintwork 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
She gripped me like a hawk, her talons were quite famished   [1] Sing! Harpy 1990 Extricate
TAN [4]
White tan horror in the mirror   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
Man's a peculiar tan   [1] Craigness 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Sink with tan elves   [1] Jazzed Up Punk Shit 1982 Hex Enduction Hour (2005 reissue)
All tan skinned, they did sail the shiny sea   [1] Over! Over! 2007 Reformation Post TLC
TAP [6]
Tap, tap, tap, tap   [4] City Hobgoblins 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
Turn the tap off   [1] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Through my vid earphone amp I had to tap   [1] Oswald Defence Lawyer 1988 The Frenz Experiment
TAPE [6]
You need a tape [ ] of Derek Bo   [1] Bo Demmick 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Who tells you what to tape on your vid chip   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Little did they know they were paying by the minute for the tape they were wasting   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
The boy is like a tape loop   [1] Middle Mass 1981 Slates
This boy is like a tape loop   [1] Middle Mass 1981 Slates
This is an attempt at a worthwhile tape   [1] Recipe for Fascism 1997 Levitate
TAPES [17]
Louis Armstrong tapes waft down the aisles   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
Bands send tapes to famous apes   [1] New Puritan 1980 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Male slags, slags, slates and tapes   [1] Slates, Slags, Etc. 1981 Slates
Male slates, slags, slates and tapes   [4] Slates, Slags, Etc. 1981 Slates
Big priest, slags, slates and tapes   [1] Slates, Slags, Etc. 1981 Slates
TAPPED [4]
I tapped the beds, I wired the phones as well   [1] Guest Informant 1988 Victoria
But I'm tapped   [2] Telephone Thing 1990 Extricate
I'm tapped   [1] Telephone Thing 1990 Extricate
TAPPING [5]
Tapping feet to formless sound   [3] Dresden Dolls 1977 Backdrop
Tapping feet to noiseless sound   [1] Dresden Dolls 1977 Backdrop
Fellas tapping slow in hot morning   [1] Rainmaster 1995 Cerebral Caustic
TAR [1]
Creosote tar fence surrounds it   [1] My New House 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
TARANTULA [1]
TV man's tarantula   [1] Rainmaster 1995 Cerebral Caustic
TARGET [1]
Cheap new one, the target is too yahoo   [1] Paintwork 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
TARGETS [1]
But the targets could well be your own   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
TARTAN [4]
(Tartan)   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Get out the tartan   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Pick up some old tartan   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Nurse, zit, tartan, words, chats   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
TASK [1]
Smug in the task and knowledge   [1] Rainmaster 1995 Cerebral Caustic
TASTE [10]
Food with no taste, music grates   [1] Living Too Late 1986 Bend Sinister
But I say happy memories leave a bitter taste   [2] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
I say happy memories leave a bitter taste   [1] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
A mess of my taste   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
But I like the taste of sweet strychnine   [2] Strychnine 1993 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Your taste for bullshit reveals a lust for a form of office   [1] The Classical 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
"I wanna get a taste of the powerful stuff"   [1] White Lightning 1991 Shift-Work
I can't wait to taste anthrax turf again   [1] Wrong Place, Right Time 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
TATE [1]
"I might visit the gallery known as Tate"   [1] Nate Will Not Return 2011 Ersatz GB
TATTERS [2]
My reputation's in tatters, where does that leave you?   [1] Entitled 1986 Hey Luciani
Robes in tatters   [1] R.O.D. 1986 Bend Sinister
TATTOOED [1]
Anyway, Diane with the cooperation of Dr Dave opened a bureau which not only tattooed your return number to Heathrow on your arm, but also squeaks if you are carrying more Euros into Heathrow   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
TATTOOS [2]
One had tattoos on his legs   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
His tattoos were screwed   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
TAUGHT [2]
I was a goddamn fool, you taught me that   [1] Octo Realm/Ketamine Sun 2000 The Unutterable
You taught me in worldly ways   [1] Scenario 2007 Reformation Post TLC
TAX [4]
Low tax, maybe a dusky wife   [1] Marquis Cha Cha 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
For car tax   [3] You're Not Up To Much 1994 Middle Class Revolt
TAXI [8]
(Taxi! [ ] )   [1] Cab It Up! 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
He taxi it south-west, south-west   [1] Cab It Up! 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
You'd better taxi it slowly   [1] Cab It Up! 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
I saw a chimp and a monkey get in a taxi queue   [1] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
Got me in the taxi, Mark   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
We gotta taxi for Mr Nelson   [1] Rebellious Jukebox 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Taxi for Mr Nelson   [1] Rebellious Jukebox 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I say, "gimme a taxi!"   [1] Touch Sensitive 1999 The Marshall Suite
TAXIING [1]
You're taxiing uptown, uptown   [1] Cab It Up! 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
TAXMAN [2]
Pots of money in the bank for the taxman and everyone else to try and steal   [1] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
Lots of money in the bank for the taxman and everyone else to try and steal   [1] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
TCH [27]
Tch tch tch tch tch   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Boom tch tch   [8] C'n'C Black Night 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
Boom boom tch tch   [2] C'n'C Black Night 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
Rrrrrrrr tch tch tch tch tch tch tch   [7] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
TDK [1]
Got at my shoulder CDTI and behind me TDK   [1] High Tension Line 1990 Shift-Work
TE [1]
Cretin, va te faire foutre!   [1] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
TEA [18]
Tea for change!   [2] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
Got no time for dinner or tea   [1] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
We like weak tea   [1] Choc-Stock 1979 Dragnet
And you don't last long on a diet of tea and toast   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Reads Smash Hits while she's eating her tea   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
All stool-pigeons need tea, even at six foot one   [1] Octo Realm/Ketamine Sun 2000 The Unutterable
We like weak tea   [4] Pop Stickers 1979 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
That's for my Hallowe'en tea   [1] Pumpkin Soup and Mashed Potatoes 2000 The Unutterable
That is my Hallowe'en tea   [2] Pumpkin Soup and Mashed Potatoes 2000 The Unutterable
I'm just home for tea   [1] Shift-Work 1991 Shift-Work
Down in my tea cup   [1] There's A Ghost In My House 1987 There's A Ghost In My House
Don't you worry I will come round to your house for tea   [1] Trust in Me 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I'll come around to your home for a cup of tea   [1] Trust in Me 2005 Fall Heads Roll
TEA-CHEST [1]
Big tea-chest fucker dog   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
TEACH [5]
He used to teach all our friends   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
They can imitate but I teach, because I'm a hip priest   [1] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Well, the powders reach you and the powders teach you   [1] No Xmas for John Quays 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Well the powders reach you, and the powders teach you   [1] No Xmas for John Quays 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
It's salad for the new educated teach   [1] Pearl City 1995 Cerebral Caustic
TEACHER [2]
That man is your teacher   [2] Popcorn Double Feature 1990 Extricate
TEACHER'S [1]
The sports teacher's   [1] (Jung Nev's) Antidotes 1999 The Marshall Suite
TEACHERS [1]
It's vaudeville pub back room dusty pictures of white frocked girls and music teachers   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
TEACHING [4]
The sports teaching kook   [1] (Jung Nev's) Antidotes 1999 The Marshall Suite
Didn't get far in computer teaching job   [1] Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 1983 Hip Priest and Kamerads
Spanish guitar doesn't get far in computer teaching job   [1] Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Whilst they've been decorating or teaching for the last ten years having a life and a wife and kids   [1] Rememberance R 2013 The Remainderer
TEARING [1]
Tearing down the highway   [1] Reprise: Jane - Prof.Mick - Ey Bastardo 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
TEARS [18]
Tears for change   [1] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
Checks the cards through eyes of tears   [1] Bingo Master's Breakout 1978 Bingo-Master's Break-Out!
It was clockwork tears   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 Fall Heads Roll
[I'll alter] all these tears with the wipers   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Your sportsmen's tears are laudanum   [1] Idiot Joy Showland 1991 Shift-Work
The pre- black eye and the tears of today years   [2] Pre-MDMA Years 2013 Re-Mit
(Why do you have tears in your eyes from infotainment?)   [1] Service 1993 The Infotainment Scan
For all of the tears and the grind   [1] The $500 Bottle of Wine 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Were those clear eyes of yours ever filled with pain and tears of grief?   [1] The Legend of Xanadu 1992 Ruby Trax: The NME's Roaring Forty
Wipe the tears from your eyes some   [1] To Nk Roachment: Yarbles 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Beliefs and tears now and again   [1] Van Plague? 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
the pre- black eyes and tears of today years   [2] Victrola Time 2013 Re-Mit
I have tears, I shed tears   [2] Words of Expectation 1984 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I have tears, I shed fears   [1] Words of Expectation 1984 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I have tears, I have fears   [1] Words of Expectation 1984 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
TECH [5]
Trembling is its tech antic   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
From the police tech centre at the top of my street   [1] Auto-Tech Pilot 1986 Bend Sinister
And I think this tech pilot isn't gonna to land   [1] Auto-Tech Pilot 1986 Bend Sinister
We don't bet we just tech   [2] Putta Block 1980 Totally Wired
TECHNIK [1]
This dead durch sprung technik - horrible   [1] Unutterable 2000 The Unutterable
TECHNIQUE [1]
B, Who applied cut-up technique literally to himself   [1] Neighbourhood of Infinity 1983 Perverted by Language
TECHNO [1]
You're techno grounded   [1] Blood Outta Stone 1990 White Lightning
TED [2]
Ted Rogers' brains burn in hell   [2] Joker Hysterical Face 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
TEDIOUS [1]
Disfigured in a lady, tedious   [1] Paintwork 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
TEE [1]
When we laugh we say, "tee hee hee"   [1] (We Are) Mod Mock Goth 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
TEED [1]
Though I am teed up   [1] Birthday Song 1999 The Marshall Suite
TEENAGE [1]
Get ready for old stories of teenage sex   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
TEENS [2]
We've also got to recognise that for many youngsters, especially in their early teens ...   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
Who are only in their late teens, but I hate their existence   [1] Squid Law 1989 Seminal Live
TEESSIDE [1]
The West German government had brought over large yellow trains on Teesside docks   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
TEETH [7]
His teeth were squirly and pointy   [1] Elf Prefix 1989 Seminal Live
It could be his mangled teeth   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Shot heads and teeth   [1] Psycho Mafia 1978 Early Years 77-79
And this man in digs with me would spit out two or three teeth a night on the floor   [1] Service 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Reading book I had no teeth to talk about on that day   [1] Susan vs. Youthclub 2002 The Fall vs 2003
With teeth clenched, he grabbed my neck   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
You play in the winter sun with replacement teeth   [1] Rememberance R 2013 The Remainderer
TELE' [1]
The past keeps going down like the tele' poles   [1] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
TELE-V [2]
Bad Tele-V   [1] Who Makes the Nazis? 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Bad bias Tele-V   [1] Who Makes the Nazis? 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
TELEGRAM [1]
Telegram I send that Jesus   [1] Christmastide 1997 Levitate
TELEPHONE [23]
The past keeps going on like the telephone poles   [1] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
The best friend I had rung my telephone   [1] Pinball Machine 1989 Seminal Live
They don't ask your telephone silk   [1] Pittsville Direkt 1991 Shift-Work
I hear you telephone thing, listening in   [16] Telephone Thing 1990 Extricate
I feel you telephone thing, listening in   [2] Telephone Thing 1990 Extricate
I hear you telephone thing   [1] Telephone Thing 1990 Extricate
Elaborating on nothing and praising the track with words they could hardly pronounce, in telephone voices   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
TELESCOPE [1]
Carried night-sight telescope light   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
TELETUBBIED [1]
Ah man, woman admit you're teletubbied again   [1] Bound 1999 The Marshall Suite
TELEVISION [2]
Avoid respectable television and respectable newspapers   [1] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
On the buses, up the stair, by the television   [1] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
TELL [61]
Is Mr A Court ready, tell   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
About what the hell they couldn't tell yer   [1] British People in Hot Weather 1990 Extricate
Whip round and tell all the others   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
Well I tell you, that boy, he stopped up at the station   [2] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Don't need no-one to tell me what I don't already know   [2] This Perfect Day 1999 The Marshall Suite
I don't need no-one to tell me what I don't already know   [1] This Perfect Day 1999 The Marshall Suite
Hey Kenny, tell us about crew filth   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
You never can tell   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
You can tell by his fashion, that boy's been in prison   [1] Detective Instinct 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Felt a fool, I tell ya   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
I tell you something   [1] Edinburgh Man 1991 Shift-Work
I'll tell you something   [1] Edinburgh Man 1991 Shift-Work
And I just thought I'd tell you   [7] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
Gonna tell you about my friends   [1] Frenz 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Tell ya 'bout my friends   [4] Frenz 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Their tour guide, Dave, put a stocking over his head, and you couldn't tell the difference   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
I tell you, it's a curse, it's a burden   [1] It's A Curse 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I tell you it's a curse   [1] It's A Curse 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I tell you, it's a curse   [2] It's A Curse 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I'm gonna tell, I'll tell 'em, their term's up   [2] Last Orders 1977 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
I'll tell you   [2] Life Just Bounces 1995 Cerebral Caustic
I tell you no lies   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
And I tell you this, I tell you this   [2] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Listen while I tell this tale of woe   [1] Mike's Love Xexagon 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Tell me the position   [1] My Condition 1978 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
You can tell by the way [ ]   [1] Neighbourhood of Infinity 1983 Perverted by Language
Tell me why is it so?   [2] No Xmas for John Quays 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
You can tell, they're the ones that never buy a round   [1] Room to Live 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
They've got to tell you what they think   [1] Room to Live 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
They couldn't tell Lou Reed from Doug Yule   [1] Shoulder Pads #1 1986 Bend Sinister
I'll tell you of the rats in this world   [1] Stephen Song 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World Of...
I'll tell you some more, some others   [1] Systematic Abuse 2007 Reformation Post TLC
I tell ya, the Dutch are weeping in four languages at least   [1] Tempo House 1983 Perverted By Language
Let me tell you about scientific management   [1] The Birmingham School of Business School 1992 Code: Selfish
And she doesn't kiss and tell   [1] The Littlest Rebel 1990 Extricate
She doesn't kiss and tell   [1] The Littlest Rebel 1990 Extricate
I tell you my friend   [1] Tommy Shooter 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Tell of the birth   [2] War 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Tell how war appeared on earth   [2] War 1994 Middle Class Revolt
I'll tell your who makes the Nazis   [1] Who Makes the Nazis? 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Tell me why, why, are people grudgeful, boy?   [1] Why Are People Grudgeful? 1993 The Infotainment Scan
You can't tell right from wrong   [1] You Don't Turn Me On 1978 Live, Huddersfield Polytechnic
How can I start to tell you, like my favourite bands, there's hardly any   [1] Rememberance R 2013 The Remainderer
TELLER [2]
Victrola teller   [2] Victrola Time 2013 Re-Mit
TELLIN' [1]
You mind tellin' me?   [1] Who Makes the Nazis? 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
TELLING [15]
It was telling him things   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
I'm telling yer, oh   [1] British People in Hot Weather 1990 Extricate
I'm telling you now and I'm telling you this   [6] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Everybody's telling me to listen up   [2] Last Orders 1977 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
And I'm a telling ya man   [1] Rollin' Dany 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Well I'm a telling ya man   [1] Rollin' Dany 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Paralytis, I'm telling you   [1] Systematic Abuse 2007 Reformation Post TLC
You keep telling me, Book of Lies   [1] The Book of Lies 1991 Shift-Work
Perhaps all that night possessed no ways for telling time   [1] Vixen 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
TELLS [2]
Who tells you what to tape on your vid chip   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
After Billy tells you does he know what to think?   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
TEMP [1]
Temp   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
TEMPER [2]
I lost my temper with a friend   [1] Dr. Bucks' Letter 2000 The Unutterable
No temper for Fall group   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
TEMPERANCE [9]
Name was J Temperance   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
To Temperance household, delivered, ran out, and phoned his wife in terror   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
"Yes", said Cameron, "and the thing was in the impression of J Temperance"   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Roll up! Sons of temperance   [2] Sons of Temperance 2000 The Unutterable
Voila! Sons of temperance   [4] Sons of Temperance 2000 The Unutterable
TEMPLATE [1]
Template   [1] O.F.Y.C. Showcase 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
TEMPLATES [2]
Grey templates on us he had to inflict   [2] Petty (Thief) Lout 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
TEMPLE [1]
Hips like Shirley Temple   [1] The Littlest Rebel 1990 Extricate
TEMPO [12]
Put your claim into Tempo House   [1] Tempo House 1983 Perverted By Language
Go round there to Tempo House   [1] Tempo House 1983 Perverted By Language
Tempo House address   [1] Tempo House 1983 Perverted By Language
TEMPUS [2]
Great tempus onus   [2] Petty (Thief) Lout 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
TEN [70]
There must be ten ways to leave your man   [1] 15 Ways 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Nine to ten   [11] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Cloud coverage (Forwards) (Force ten)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Force ten   [7] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Force ten - quick - the house is falling in   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
(Force ten) The house is falling in   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
The house is falling in (The house is falling in) (Force ten)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
(You're on) Ecstatic midges (Force ten)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Ecstatic midges (force ten)   [2] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
(you're) Force ten   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Nine to ten [Feel so low]   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Nine to ten (Nine to ten)   [2] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Nine to ten (Shove over)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Nine to ten (Idle gossips) (shove over)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Inch (Force ten)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Force ten [cloud coverage]   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Nine to ten [I feel so low]   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Shove over [Cloud coverage] (force ten)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Force ten (Ecstatic)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Nine to ten (Ecstatic Midges) (House)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Force ten [Quick hou- ]   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Would walk ten country miles   [1] Butterflies 4 Brains 1990 Popcorn Double Feature
(Ten pounds can ensure a lead for your dog)   [1] Can Can Summer 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
They love me, they knock off ten to fifteen pence   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Ten times my age   [1] City Hobgoblins 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
I said five or ten minutes   [1] Couldn't Get Ahead 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
I saw a ten pound note yesterday   [1] Houston 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Branches growing up to ten foot high   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
J McCarthy, approximately ten - fifteen days   [1] Dr. Bucks' Letter 2000 The Unutterable
Took me ten years to write this song   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
For ten thousand, no, it's one hundred thousand Drachma you get all lamb and salads sweet   [1] Happy Holiday 1993 Behind the Counter
I will leave this ten times town   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
And ten more days to ask desktop to enter   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
And ten year olds run around   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
As if I hadn't done ten months' service in the U.S.A.   [1] Paintwork 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
At ten p.m. the crew and myself went to our rooms after being out for just over an hour and fifteen minutes for a bite   [1] Portugal 2004 The Real New Fall LP
We played it ten thousand times and raised five shillings and seven and a half pence for charity   [1] Putta Block 1980 Totally Wired
Cursing black singers ten years dead   [1] Shoulder Pads #1 1986 Bend Sinister
Let's take it ten years on   [1] Spoilt Victorian Child 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Can you see the ten houses of Eve, yeah?   [1] Ten Houses of Eve 1997 Levitate
And can you enter the ten houses of Eve, yeah?   [1] Ten Houses of Eve 1997 Levitate
Dare you enter the ten houses of Eve, yeah?   [1] Ten Houses of Eve 1997 Levitate
Turn around and face ten houses of Eve, yeah   [1] Ten Houses of Eve 1997 Levitate
Can you dig the ten houses of Eve, yeah?   [1] Ten Houses of Eve 1997 Levitate
Turn around and look at the ten houses of Eve, yeah   [1] Ten Houses of Eve 1997 Levitate
The ten houses of Eve   [1] Ten Houses of Eve 1997 Levitate
But not in ten thousand years   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Not in ten thousand years   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Ten a.m.   [1] The Real Life of the Crying Marshal 1999 F-'Oldin Money
Ten - eleven p.m.   [1] The Real Life of the Crying Marshal 1999 F-'Oldin Money
Whilst they've been decorating or teaching for the last ten years having a life and a wife and kids   [1] Rememberance R 2013 The Remainderer
I tried to buy an apple for ten cents   [1] Fibre Book Troll 2014 Modeselektion Volume 3
TEN-TO-FIVE [4]
I quit my ten-to-five   [2] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
She's ten-to-five   [1] Shift-Work 1991 Shift-Work
She was ten-to-five, but I'm shift-work   [1] Shift-Work 1991 Shift-Work
TENANT [1]
The former tenant was anti- corporal-punish   [1] No Bulbs 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
TEND [4]
The clever ones tend to emigrate   [1] English Scheme 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
And people tend to let you down   [1] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
And you tend to forget   [2] Why Are People Grudgeful? 1993 The Infotainment Scan
TENDED [1]
Children tended by walkman'd parents   [1] Twister 1988 The Frenz Experiment
TENDING [1]
Gravekeeper tending wreath roots said   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
TENDRIL [3]
The use of [ ] and your smug advertisements of your tendril ocean bed achievements does not justify your abuse of privacy piracy act   [2] Telephone Thing 1990 Extricate
I could put down this tendril   [1] I African Mancunian 1987 5 Albums - Beggars Banquet - Singles 1987-1989
TENNER [1]
And they say, [ ] a tenner an EP, get home before half three   [1] Rememberance R 2013 The Remainderer
TENSION [26]
High tension line, step down   [24] High Tension Line 1990 Shift-Work
There's no sport, lad, just acid tension stomach flash   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
All around is pure tension   [1] Van Plague? 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
TENT [4]
The minute I get out of my tent   [1] D.I.Y. Meat 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And the minute I got outta my tent   [1] D.I.Y. Meat 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Charred landscape, watching the female bouts at the beginning on the tent bedecked terraces   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
The whirlpools cascade over the smoking tent   [1] Weather Report 2 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
TENTACLE [1]
Body a tentacle mess   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
TENTACLES [4]
His tentacles spread   [1] Squid Law 1989 Seminal Live
His tentacles spreads   [1] Squid Lord 1988 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
His tentacles spreads his revenge   [1] Squid Lord 1988 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
With the tentacles of the Old Ones   [1] Touchy Pad 2013 The Remainderer
TENTH [3]
One tenth my height   [1] City Hobgoblins 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
And get with food, fat-arse, which is more than I have since end of May tenth   [1] Devolute 2000 The Unutterable
... gasp for breath in with a tenth   [1] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
TENTS [2]
Dream sat may tents and tomatoes at Blackpool where Jimmy Bloomfield has been brought back to host jousts in moderninity   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
The large tomatoes and gold and beige striped tents plonked on brand new soccer terracing seem to symbolise a clean shaven [ ]   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
TEP [2]
The Leicester YOP TEP instructor emerged from corridor   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
Till the reptilian TEP instructor merged with Stinking Billy's morass of flesh   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
TEPID [2]
In these times - universal tepid   [1] In These Times 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Bust, Ghost Dance rite, tepid   [1] Second Dark Age 1980 Early Years 77-79
TERM [1]
The third term   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
TERM'S [1]
I'm gonna tell, I'll tell 'em, their term's up   [1] Last Orders 1977 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
TERMINOLOGY [1]
I'm having trouble with the terminology   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
TERRACES [1]
Charred landscape, watching the female bouts at the beginning on the tent bedecked terraces   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
TERRACING [2]
The large tomatoes and gold and beige striped tents plonked on brand new soccer terracing seem to symbolise a clean shaven [ ]   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
Soccer terracing seemed to symbolise a new clean shaven but chip greasy new decadence   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
TERRIBLE [1]
You get a terrible urge to drink   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
TERRIBLY [1]
They're warm, intelligent, but terribly misguided   [1] Hostile 1996 The Light User Syndrome
TERRITORIES [1]
But you know it would never suit territories Alpine   [1] In These Times 1988 The Frenz Experiment
TERRITORY [1]
North-west territory   [1] Cloud of Black 1995 The Twenty Seven Points
TERROR [6]
And tales of terror which my father told me   [1] A Figure Walks 1979 Dragnet
And I will forever end this reign of terror   [1] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
To Temperance household, delivered, ran out, and phoned his wife in terror   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
No Hubbard or husbandry or freedom or the holy terror   [1] Proteinprotection 2004 The Real New Fall LP
No Hubbard or husband or husband or freedom or the holy terror   [1] Proteinprotection 2004 The Real New Fall LP
And the terror   [1] Amorator! 2013 The Remainderer
TERRORISTS [2]
For M-cocktails to burn Jewish terrorists   [1] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
The dream was about taking some terrorists out, y’know, bombs etc   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
TERRORS [1]
Terrors hit water   [1] Bug Day 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
TERRY [10]
Terry Waite says   [6] Terry Waite Sez 1986 Bend Sinister
Terry Waite says, "Give us a ring, give us a ring kid"   [1] Terry Waite Sez 1986 Bend Sinister
Terry Waite says, "What are trees, painted white jobs"   [1] Terry Waite Sez 1986 Bend Sinister
Terry Waite, fifty plus, out to heal provincial pus   [1] Terry Waite Sez 1986 Bend Sinister
Terry Waite!   [1] Terry Waite Sez 1986 Bend Sinister
TEST [4]
He even did fail the penile tissue test   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
Take her for a test drive on a fatal street   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
Don't put me to the test   [1] Oh! Brother 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Choo choo pilsner trail test   [1] Pilsner Trail 1983 Perverted by Language (reissue)
TESTAMENT [2]
The vocal testament of M.E.S.   [1] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
The destruction is forecast in the Old Testament   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
TESTER [1]
The egg tester for your sandalwood and other assorted woods   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
TESTING [1]
Testing   [1] Mollusc in Tyrol 1989 Seminal Live
TETHER [1]
At the end of my tether, I destroyed years of hippy craft   [1] No Bulbs 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
TEXAS [1]
Would ask for a "fag" in Texas   [1] Smile 1983 Perverted by Language
TEXT [2]
That induces this rough text   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
In text   [1] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
TEXTILE [1]
On TV today somebody claimed their dog had been molested by a textile chemist   [1] Life Just Bounces 1995 Cerebral Caustic
THAI [1]
Stumbles on two thousand dead Thai monk in SS uniform   [1] Hotel Bloedel 1983 Perverted By Language
THAILAND [1]
Slops film of dyke in Thailand   [1] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
THAN [38]
Bournemouth runner, should've known better than to under-rate   [1] Bournemouth Runner 1986 Bend Sinister
I was more than usual pissed   [1] Bremen Nacht 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Anything is better than bug day   [2] Bug Day 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Worse than any yobs   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
More than you can ever know   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
They should remember there's nothing worse than a half-educated grim red dwarf   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Said I ain't no millionaire, but I spent more money than one ever seen   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
And get with food, fat-arse, which is more than I have since end of May tenth   [1] Devolute 2000 The Unutterable
How do you know the progs you miss are worse than those you single out?   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
I've seen POW's less hysterical than you   [1] Fall Sound 2007 Reformation Post TLC
And in a dark room you'd see more than you'd think   [1] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I'm better than them, and I think I'm the best   [1] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Just six inches higher than your upstretched middle finger   [1] H.O.W. 1989 Seminal Live
Life is nothing more than a disposable facial tissue in a brass bin and spawn   [1] High Tension Line 1990 Shift-Work
Life is so much better than that   [1] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
"What I'm saying to you really, is that the training that you must have in discussion at your own level regarding the existence of God is far greater than everybody that's ringing you tonight"   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
Can they not understand there's nothing worse than a bored man?   [1] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
Paid for by the NHS, you need it more than the patients for mortgage fees and medical pranks   [1] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
He thinks he is more interesting than the world   [1] No Xmas for John Quays 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Suburbia holds more than you care for   [11] Petty (Thief) Lout 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
He would be paid more than he had, in fact, asked for   [1] Portugal 2004 The Real New Fall LP
Your kid brother than your years   [1] Pre-MDMA Years 2013 Re-Mit
The band little more than a big crashing beat   [1] Printhead 1979 Dragnet
You won't find anything more ridiculous than this new profile razor unit, made with the highest British attention to the wrong detail   [1] The Classical 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Sharper than you   [1] Tom Raggazzi (new mix) 1999 F-'Oldin Money
Rather than facing up to it   [1] Tommy Shooter 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Small touches can alter more than a mere decade   [1] Wings 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
THANK [7]
Up here in the north there's no wage packet jobs for us, thank Christ   [1] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
Thank you   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Thank God skin patch is nearly gone   [1] Bremen Nacht 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Thank you folks for coming today   [1] Cary Grant's Wedding 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
I thank the Lord that you still don't live next to me   [1] Hilary 1990 Extricate
Thank God   [1] Irish 2013 Re-Mit
Every time I hear a new baby cry, I thank my spark inside   [1] Underground Medecin 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
THANKS [6]
Thanks for your botch-up of today   [1] Happy Holiday 1993 Behind the Counter
Thanks E Stacy the present child of yours you prove for own child years   [1] Pre-MDMA Years 2013 Re-Mit
Thanks E C Stacy the present child of yours you prove for own child years   [1] Pre-MDMA Years 2013 Re-Mit
And there's no thanks from the loading-bay ranks   [1] The Container Drivers 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
With barely a muttered thanks   [2] You're Not Up To Much 1994 Middle Class Revolt
THAT [361]
Get your body ahead and out of that scene   [2] 15 Ways 1994 Middle Class Revolt
And don't forget he's still up to it, that Steve Albini   [1] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
I can't understand that   [1] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
He didn't notice that the lights had changed   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
That figure behind you   [1] A Figure Walks 1979 Dragnet
That figure kept on walking   [6] A Figure Walks 1979 Dragnet
That figure kept on walking behind you   [2] A Figure Walks 1979 Dragnet
From watching all that wind   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
Tra tra la, follow, track that lava   [1] A Past Gone Mad 1993 The Infotainment Scan
When you see that man outside in the bucketing rain   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
And that it never rains, it just pours   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
And he insisted that we eat swine   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
And the better knew that God is meek   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
I made a calendar that wasn't there   [1] Arms Control Poseur 1990 Extricate
The hoons that took over from the hunes   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
So that the exhaust fumes would flow upwards   [1] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
I also discovered that Gert would turn his engine over for up to an hour   [1] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
"If we could get it, I'd like to take it to Liverpool and Manchester and er places like that, you know"   [1] Australians in Europe 1987 Hit the North
Get a whiff of that antipodean breeze   [1] Australians in Europe 1987 Hit the North
Is that a brill of scran   [1] Bo Doodak 2005 I Can Hear the Grass Grow (US)
That thing you hold in your hand, was made by a left sided brain   [1] Bo Doodak 2005 I Can Hear the Grass Grow (US)
For the CD that you hold in your hand [ ] is a construction of a left sided mind   [1] Bo Demmick 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Now the CD that you hold in your hand [ ]   [1] Bo Demmick 2005 Fall Heads Roll
That Glastonbury   [1] Bonkers in Phoenix 1995 Cerebral Caustic
I was a candidate for Club 18-30 but I've been through all that shit before   [1] British People in Hot Weather 1990 Extricate
All that road is battle   [1] Bury Pts. 1+3 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
The things that drain you off and drive you off the hinge   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
And on that father's bedroom closet top   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
And it's that same slouch you had the last time he came around   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
But then came real age, and for that we all must pay   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
(and for that we all do pay)   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Well I tell you, that boy, he stopped up at the station   [2] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Is that why you come from Cheetham Hill?   [1] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The warmth that is inside   [1] Chino 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
The warmth that is sliding cannot be made   [1] Chino 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
(That now suit is now in bucket   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
In German it is sieben - the one after that   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Should comb a hair over that   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
That had the snappy rejoinder   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
I'm gonna change that scene one day, it's what you're supposed to say   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
(Sing, sing that song)   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
It ain't what you do it's the way that you do it   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Short girls, tall girls, happy that they're all girls   [1] The City Never Sleeps 1995 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I just wish that someone cared if I was happy for a while   [1] I'm Not Satisfied 1995 Cerebral Caustic
It was the ladder loose that made her fall   [1] Birthday 1996 Sinister Waltz
You might see that hole before you fall   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Last night that girl of mine left me yearning   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Last night that girl of mine left me trying   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
That did not feel   [1] Gotta See Jane 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
That is surreal   [1] Gotta See Jane 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
It's a city that doesn't speak   [1] Houston 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Can't imagine that their minds   [2] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I know that you're not my kind   [1] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I've still got that fever in my soul   [1] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
It seems that all people think about is calling people out   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
They think that life is for working   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
This is the story that unfolded as it went on into the sea of   [1] Cowboy George 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
We are Northern white crap that talks back   [1] Intro 1979 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
The difference between you and us is that we have brains   [1] Intro 1979 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
Northern white crap that talks back   [1] Crap Rap 2/Like to Blow 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I said what you doing round that grave?   [1] D.I.Y. Meat 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Here's a dance that is pure hell   [1] Dead Beat Descendant 1989 Cab It Up
And asked polite if that covered two lagers   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Yes, dear chap, it hasn't changed that much   [2] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Hey Scottish group that wasn't quite like what you thought   [2] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Hey Manchester group that wasn't what you thought   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
You can tell by his fashion, that boy's been in prison   [1] Detective Instinct 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
You wanted to know that, didn't yer?   [2] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
The tune that I wrote in fallen dreams   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Anthem to creator of all that had stopped   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
All that is gone is shredded by the Automan   [1] Don't Take the Pizza 1990 High Tension Line
Birmingham nonsense from city that once was bronze   [1] Don't Take the Pizza 1990 High Tension Line
Guitars in hands that turn and stab you   [1] Draygo's Guilt 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Hoping that whatever it is will land and drop off   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
The powers that be will have to meet   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Men are this, men are that   [1] Ed's Babe 1992 Ed's Babe
All that is fantastic leagues against me   [1] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
One of the many football grounds that have been converted to hold this revived sport   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
Hands up, I can't do that, wait till tomorrow   [1] Entitled 1986 Hey Luciani
So when we go in a second, what does that mean to you?   [1] Entitled 1986 Hey Luciani
Give up, I can't do that, wait until tomorrow   [1] Entitled 1986 Hey Luciani
My reputation's in tatters, where does that leave you?   [1] Entitled 1986 Hey Luciani
All ye that labour   [1] Everything Hurtz 1992 Code: Selfish
You that are heavy laden   [1] Everything Hurtz 1992 Code: Selfish
Come to me all ye that labour and are heavy laden   [1] Everything Hurtz 1992 Code: Selfish
But knowing him I don't believe that crap   [1] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
Don't touch that phone dial   [2] Feeling Numb 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Everything is broken because of grist that curtails   [1] Feeling Numb 1995 Cerebral Caustic
The grist that curtails will make us strong   [1] Feeling Numb 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Don't you know that was the tail end   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
I could not accept the fact that I'd accepted the contract   [1] Fortress 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
I was too old for that   [1] Futures and Pasts 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
That person is films on TV five years back at least   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
He was contrived like that   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
The second god lived by mountains that flowed   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
That was the first question raised   [1] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Stop eating all that chocolate, eat salad instead   [1] Glam-Racket 1993 The Infotainment Scan
It's good that one innit - What is it?   [1] God Box 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
That will soon enfold you   [1] Green-Eyed Loco Man 2003 The Real New Fall LP
So I rang the crew that the Jason fellow cited   [1] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
The attitude that group had to me when I asked if they had a CD player in their room   [1] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
People like that really get on my nerves   [1] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
And alter tree-rings so that what you are after   [1] H.O.W. 1989 Seminal Live
For stretching time bracket, and assuming that what is can be maladjusted   [1] H.O.W. 1989 Seminal Live
Before he's even shook my hand I notice that   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
[ ] is the source of joy but they can't see that   [1] Happi Song 2011 Ersatz GB
What's that? A treat, you get lamb, you get chicken and feta cheese!   [1] Happy Holiday 1993 Behind the Counter
Born that men no more may die   [1] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
No more of that A&R girl, and having to meet her   [1] He Pep! 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Kick-back art thou that thick?   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
And on that fruited plain   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
And in that home he had some lizards   [1] Ma Riley 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace (Box Set)
I'm thinking like that when I sing this song   [1] Hey! Student 1994 Middle Class Revolt
With your daft African pop and that wine you call bull's blood   [1] Hilary 1990 Extricate
I thank the Lord that you still don't live next to me   [1] Hilary 1990 Extricate
You've seen it all - that   [1] Hollow Mind 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
They still recognise that many prominent NC members are wonderful people   [1] Hostile 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The promises they gave casual - used that before   [1] Hot Runes 2000 The Unutterable
Life is so much better than that   [1] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
That upsets them   [1] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
That ... now I can pretend otherwise   [1] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
Away from the empty brains that ask how I wrote "Plastic Man"   [1] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
What have you got in that paper bag?   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The handle that was brass, is now brass evil   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The rock that was an egg, is in wrong cradle   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The hand that cradles the rock, makes egg gooey   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
A pillbox crisp, that French get   [1] I Feel Voxish 1983 Perverted By Language
That was Craig's tribute to Frank Zappa   [1] I'm Frank 1990 Extricate
Now we can all laugh about this, but that was his attempt to be Frank, therefore I've entitled it "I'm Frank"   [1] I'm Frank 1990 Extricate
My mother cried last Friday night, when I said that I'll be gone   [1] I'm Going to Spain 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Apart from that he talks to me hardly   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
I'm goin' anywhere that wants me   [1] I've Seen Them Come 2011 Ersatz GB
And all the thoughts that pollute me   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
That old dollar bill   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
All the thoughts that pollute me   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
I think it is, practically, I think you'll find across the country that some schools are delivering not just two hours but even more and it's very good quality and other schools are not delivering the amount of time that they should be  [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
So now there has be an entitlement that every youngster must get that two hours of good quality   [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
We've also got to recognise that for many youngsters, especially in their early teens ...   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
All the thoughts that polluted them   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
To the children that I provide   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
That played the pipes of aluminium   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
That induces this rough text   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Frozen pain that is so bad   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
But I can't believe that   [1] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Who is that interesting hack over there?   [1] It's A Curse 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Phoney advertising quotes that make you buy   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
Some raise your hopes that it's the new leather thing   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
That is why he died   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
(That was many years ago)   [1] Ivanhoe's Two Pence 1998 Masquerade
That done Timmy song   [1] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
All that rubbish you create   [1] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
A startling vision of a future that didn't happen   [1] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Standing in the queue, who would've thought that this innovative new idea would've occurred to them   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
Proving themselves via Mark Lamarr that they are reggae experts   [1] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Don't ever hit that vulgar cave   [1] Just Step S'Ways 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
But let me warn you my friend, never do that again   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
(But let me warn you my friend, never do that again)   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Well well well well well well well, with me, I end up like that all around, and inside left   [1] League Moon Monkey Mix 1993 The Infotainment Scan
To the mirth that what you think   [1] Levitate 1997 Levitate
Has a psyche that hadn't been synthesised   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
It's getting like that here now, it just goes to show   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
And I see that my problems are really small   [1] Life Just Bounces 1995 Cerebral Caustic
There's a microbe attached to their brains that itches   [1] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
"What I'm saying to you really, is that the training that you must have in discussion at your own level regarding the existence of God is far greater than everybody that's ringing you tonight"   [2] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
"I'd have to disagree, I don't have any training at all of that sort"   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
Was that monsoon   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
That leads to the haywain   [1] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
That man knew it, he thought he had lost the plot   [1] Mad.Men-Eng.Dog 1999 The Marshall Suite
But that broken-down fan   [1] Marquis Cha Cha 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
You're supposed to do that   [1] Mask Search 2011 Ersatz GB
And what is that branch?   [2] Masquerade 1998 Masquerade
And what is that branch?   [2] Masquerade 1997 Levitate
That has the pipe of aluminium sprawling underneath it?   [1] Masquerade 1997 Levitate
And what is that branch?   [3] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
That leaves the tree, into aluminium   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
That leaves the pipes, into aluminium   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Is that clear?   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The holy broke and that hanging   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
There goes that Yorkie   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
That you give me some of that vitamin C   [2] Mr Pharmacist 1986 Bend Sinister
Gimme some of that powder I need   [1] Mr Pharmacist 1986 Bend Sinister
That stupid bitch, they were made for each other   [1] Music Scene 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Well that stupid get   [1] Music Scene 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
That stupid twat   [1] Music Scene 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
That stupid kid   [1] Music Scene 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Get that spot, put it in the pot for me   [1] Muzorewi's Daughter 1979 Dragnet
Everything that I was supposed to have learned   [1] My Door Is Never 2007 Reformation Post TLC
That Halifax copter   [2] My New House 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The Russian maid revealed that she was not a citizen of New York State   [1] Nate Will Not Return 2011 Ersatz GB
H, There's a claque that makes use of Lancastrian patronisation of vice   [1] Neighbourhood of Infinity 1983 Perverted by Language
As the realisation hits him that the same government him and his now dead neighbour voted for and backed and talked of on cream porches   [1] New Face in Hell 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
(Right you go back to that riff)   [1] New Puritan (Totale's Turns version) 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
And when you find that they can't reach you   [1] No Xmas for John Quays 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
That in transit causes one to envisage white faces, as if spiked by mescaline   [1] Noel's Chemical Effluence 1995 The Twenty-Seven Points
It is not just that they live in the dark   [1] Noise 2013 Re-Mit
There goes that Yankee who gets ex-pats to go on Quality Street   [1] O.F.Y.C. Showcase 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
I was a goddamn fool, you taught me that   [1] Octo Realm/Ketamine Sun 2000 The Unutterable
Destroyed my life and the ties that bind   [1] Octo Realm/Ketamine Sun 2000 The Unutterable
Don't look at me that way   [2] Oh! Brother 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Good luck to all that sail on the buses going the wrong way   [1] On My Own 1999 The Marshall Suite
But one day you'll find out that you lost a good man   [1] One Day 1995 Cerebral Caustic
And one of these days you'll find out that you lost a good man   [1] One Day 1995 Cerebral Caustic
How do you think that jury made up of putrid mass embraced theory of triangle bullet lines turning in circles twice?   [1] Oswald Defence Lawyer 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Check that out   [6] Oxymoron 1996 The Light User Syndrome
I don't want the kind that puts you to sleep   [1] Pacifying Joint 2005 Fall Heads Roll
TV documentary that it produced   [1] Petty (Thief) Lout 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
I never will forget the last words that old man said   [1] Pinball Machine 1989 Seminal Live
That can only be found in the greater unknown   [1] Popcorn Double Feature 1990 Extricate
That man is your teacher   [2] Popcorn Double Feature 1990 Extricate
I had to threaten him and then I told him that if this continued I would have to review my position   [1] Portugal 2004 The Real New Fall LP
So how is it, yeah, that I've reached here   [1] Printhead 1979 Dragnet
That clan has got away with one hundred years of sheer brilliance until now   [1] Prole Art Threat 1981 Slates
Frankly that I've never been keen   [1] Pumpkin Soup and Mashed Potatoes 2000 The Unutterable
That has always been my dream   [1] Pumpkin Soup and Mashed Potatoes 2000 The Unutterable
But to be frank what I'm keen on is that same old scene   [1] Pumpkin Soup and Mashed Potatoes 2000 The Unutterable
That is my Hallowe'en tea   [2] Pumpkin Soup and Mashed Potatoes 2000 The Unutterable
Because of the starvation that I've had   [1] Pumpkin Soup and Mashed Potatoes 2000 The Unutterable
Three, the only reason you know this is that it was well documented   [1] Putta Block 1980 Totally Wired
See those reds that are under your bed   [1] Race Hatred 1977 The Biggest Library Yet #14
Look at that gun and your finger on the trigger   [1] Race Hatred 1977 The Biggest Library Yet #14
What's that knocking on your door?   [1] Race Hatred 1977 The Biggest Library Yet #14
Copycats this and that   [1] Rainmaster 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Was late that night it came on   [1] Recovery Kit 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Is that a hair extension?   [1] Return 1992 Code: Selfish
Fly that over space beam   [1] Riddler! 1986 Bend Sinister
While you're ridin' away you remember everything that I say   [1] Ride Away 2005 Fall Heads Roll
They've been like that for years   [2] Room to Live 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
I've been down that street before   [1] Room to Live 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
There's no hate in the point that I give   [1] Room to Live 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
You can tell, they're the ones that never buy a round   [1] Room to Live 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Hear that wah-wah going?   [1] Rose 1991 Shift-Work
Arms that reach, so she sews   [3] Rude (All The Time) 2001 Rude (All The Time)
Hold that jinx   [1] Scareball 1998 Masquerade
Hold that bag   [1] Scareball 1998 Masquerade
The singer thinks, "One day I'll be recognised for the great cool prophet that I am"   [1] Session Musician 1981 From the Vaults: Alter Banhof, Hof
It's not that much different now   [1] Session Musician 1981 From the Vaults: Alter Banhof, Hof
Your dad's still facturing that spot in the Simple Minds reform   [1] Shake-Off 1999 The Marshall Suite
That spot in the room he cannot find   [1] Shake-Off 1999 The Marshall Suite
If you deny that strong pot or ecstasy imbibed in, you will end up eyeball injecting with Domestos or household using chemicals that contain   [2] Shake-Off 1999 The Marshall Suite
Sisters that conform   [1] Shake-Off 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
They require that I must go on the crisis meeting   [1] Shake-Off 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
So remember that happiness you did not grasp [ ] kumquat   [1] Shake-Off 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
And that woman that once was mine   [2] Shift-Work 1991 Shift-Work
Line that bottom line   [1] Shoulder Pads #2 1986 Bend Sinister
Against that different plan   [1] Shoulder Pads #2 1986 Bend Sinister
(Dog bites the dicks that feeds it)   [1] Slates, Slags, Etc. 1981 Slates
"So apart from mixing that, there's not really much more to do with it, is there?"   [1] Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
That his profession was rot   [1] Solicitor in Studio 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
That his profession was shh shh shh   [1] Solicitor in Studio 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
That was his kick from life   [1] Spectre vs. Rector 1979 Dragnet
I know that the servants keep their order knowledge   [1] Spoilt Victorian Child 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
You know that you are a spoilt Victorian child   [1] Spoilt Victorian Child 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
You may think it's funny that I like this stuff   [1] Strychnine 1993 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
It must have taken [ ] hours and hours, that   [1] Surmount All Obstacles 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Reading book I had no teeth to talk about on that day   [1] Susan vs. Youthclub 2002 The Fall vs 2003
That man loves you   [4] That Man 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now Or Never)
That man cares for you   [3] That Man 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now Or Never)
That man loves a heathen   [2] That Man 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now Or Never)
And that man loves a heathen   [1] That Man 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now Or Never)
That man cares   [1] That Man 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now Or Never)
And take the bastards for everything that they rate   [1] The Birmingham School of Business School 1992 Code: Selfish
Sometimes there is not enough in the vast cavernous emptiness that is the world of the callow   [1] The Coliseum 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Well well well well well well well well with me, I end up like that, all around and inside left   [1] The League of Bald-Headed Men 1993 The Infotainment Scan
If you should return to that black barren land that bears the name of Xanadu   [2] The Legend of Xanadu 1992 Ruby Trax: The NME's Roaring Forty
It was the jewel that was nestling in the heart of Xanadu   [1] The Legend of Xanadu 1992 Ruby Trax: The NME's Roaring Forty
What was it to you that a man laid down his life for your love?   [1] The Legend of Xanadu 1992 Ruby Trax: The NME's Roaring Forty
To that black barren land that bears the name of Xanadu   [2] The Legend of Xanadu 1992 Ruby Trax: The NME's Roaring Forty
Turn that bloody blimey space invader off!   [1] The Man Whose Head Expanded 1983 The Man Whose Head Expanded
He had a way with people like that   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Too many people cower to criminals and that government pap   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Orange red with blue black lines that draped down to his chest   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
And now that is said Tony seized the control   [1] The N.W.R.A. 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
What you put in mouth, a lot of things that weren't there   [1] The Past #2 2003 The Real New Fall LP
The feeling that makes you intelligent species   [1] The Past #2 2003 The Real New Fall LP
And it's evil that you spark off   [1] The Reckoning 1994 Middle Class Revolt
F, Treat PR, security people, agents, etc with the respect and, er, honour that they deserve   [1] The Usher 2007 Reformation Post TLC
That boy certainly transferred himself from the footballer before   [1] The Wright Stuff 2007 Reformation Post TLC
When that woman trapped her scarf in the tube   [1] The Wright Stuff 2007 Reformation Post TLC
That boy   [1] The Wright Stuff 2007 Reformation Post TLC
That scar   [1] The Wright Stuff 2007 Reformation Post TLC
The ghost of the love that was took from me   [1] There's A Ghost In My House 1987 There's A Ghost In My House
A ghost of the love that was took from me   [1] There's A Ghost In My House 1987 There's A Ghost In My House
The rubbish that accepted piles up in the corridor   [1] Tommy Shooter 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
But I think that I'm indiscreet   [1] Touch Sensitive 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
That as will be the end   [1] Touch Sensitive 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Got to get out of that city called Crappy   [1] Town Called Crappy 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!) (reissue)
Plague came in that Satan made   [1] Van Plague? 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
But I'm the sort that gets out of the bath with a dirty face   [1] Various Times 1978 It's The New Thing
In the land that I love   [1] Victoria 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Perhaps all that night possessed no ways for telling time   [1] Vixen 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Two - a profile that is low-key   [1] What You Need 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
And sometimes, that little ...   [1] Winter 2 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
That day, on way   [1] Wrong Place, Right Time 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
It's that time again   [3] Xmas With Simon 1990 High Tension Line
Telegram I send that Jesus   [1] Christmastide 1997 Levitate
It's that time again, and them films again   [1] Christmastide 1997 Levitate
An ordure from this planet that could not be extinguished   [1] Yes O Yes 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
It's that London lyric again   [1] You Haven't Found It Yet 1991 Shift-Work
The grist that curtails the mill shall make us strong   [1] You Haven't Found It Yet 1991 Shift-Work
That joke's pathetic   [1] Your Heart Out 1979 Dragnet
So give up that dope shit   [1] Zandra 1990 Popcorn Double Feature
He say where's that white M ... BMW   [1] Reprise: Jane - Prof.Mick - Ey Bastardo 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
That is surreal   [1] Reprise: Jane - Prof.Mick - Ey Bastardo 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
That cannot feel   [1] Reprise: Jane - Prof.Mick - Ey Bastardo 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
That could not feel   [1] Reprise: Jane - Prof.Mick - Ey Bastardo 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
And beyond jeopardy that all we are   [1] The Remainderer 2013 The Remainderer
It was a good day, whatever that is   [1] The Remainderer 2013 The Remainderer
He has forgotten that whatever it is it is always Rememberer R   [1] The Remainderer 2013 The Remainderer
That resembled an attempt to knit flag   [1] Amorator! 2013 The Remainderer
And love that you secretly love   [1] Amorator! 2013 The Remainderer
Into the vacation that became your profession   [1] Amorator! 2013 The Remainderer
With objects that worth   [1] Rememberance R 2013 The Remainderer
Say mama don't you look that way   [1] Say Mama 2013 The Remainderer
Hey mama can you feel that heat   [1] Say Mama 2013 The Remainderer
Stop eating all that chocolate, you say, eat salad instead   [1] Glam Racket - Star 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
You say that you're a star but I don't give a fuck   [1] Glam Racket - Star 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
THAT'S [103]
And that's all he wrote   [2] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
One nine eight six generator, that's all he wrote   [2] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
And that's the sum of it   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
That's one night I did not put jackboots on   [1] Bremen Nacht 1988 The Frenz Experiment
That's it, I'm looking straight for the car   [1] British People in Hot Weather 1990 Extricate
If that's how you feel, let's go   [1] British People in Hot Weather 1990 Extricate
(That's it), butterflies for brains   [1] Butterflies 4 Brains 1990 Popcorn Double Feature
That's fame   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
That's it, you don't   [2] Chicago, Now! 1990 Extricate
That's why I'm last exit to Brooklyn   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And that's the reason why   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
That's why I broke his jaw, that's why I'm doin' time   [2] F'Oldin' Money 1999 The Marshall Suite
That's why we kept our backs to the walls   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
That's detective instinct   [1] Detective Instinct 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Guess that's why they end up in bands   [1] English Scheme 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
It's a scream for help that's desperate   [1] Fall Sound 2007 Reformation Post TLC
That's strife knot   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
Strife is life and that's it   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
And that's it, and that's it   [2] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
And that's it   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
That's hip hip hip hip hip hip hip hip hip priest   [2] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
That's hip hip hip hip hip hip hip hip priest   [2] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
It's like an alien species that's dying to take over   [1] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
If that's what you get for having a hobby   [3] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
That's the last you'll hear for me   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
That's where you're at, dear   [1] Immortality 1992 Code: Selfish
And that's all you're gonna get   [1] Immortality 1992 Code: Selfish
Like a rat that's been trapped inside   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
In this time - if that's it I'm leaving   [1] In These Times 1988 The Frenz Experiment
That's burden   [1] It's A Curse 1993 The Infotainment Scan
(That's the one, yes)   [1] Ivanhoe's Two Pence 1998 Masquerade
(Could do with a fucking chorus, that's the fucking main thing)   [1] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
The jingle bell, that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell rock   [2] Jingle Bell Rock 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
And that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell   [3] Jingle Bell Rock 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
That's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell rock   [3] Jingle Bell Rock 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
His downfall was a blonde girl, but that's none of your business   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
That's why you tried to climb on my back   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
That's why you eat crap food   [1] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
That's why nobody talks to you   [1] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
That's why you messed up everything you do   [1] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
I always have a wash, and that's enough   [1] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
"What I'm saying to you really, is that the training that you must have in discussion at your own level regarding the existence of God is far greater than everybody that's ringing you tonight"   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
That's how I came to be Marquis Cha-Cha   [1] Marquis Cha Cha 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
A fancied wit that's mere imitation of D Bowie in "Man Who Fell to Earth"   [1] Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 1983 Hip Priest and Kamerads
A fancied wit that's imitation of Rumpole of Bailey   [1] Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
OK, studio, that's plenty   [1] Music Scene 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
They say damp records the past, if that's so I've got the biggest library yet   [1] No Bulbs 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
That's what they're called on the guitar   [1] Noise 2013 Re-Mit
That's the truth   [1] Pine Leaves 1995 Cerebral Caustic
There's so much confusion that's built on illusion   [1] Popcorn Double Feature 1990 Extricate
That's for my Hallowe'en tea   [1] Pumpkin Soup and Mashed Potatoes 2000 The Unutterable
That's why I'm always keen   [1] Pumpkin Soup and Mashed Potatoes 2000 The Unutterable
That's how far we go   [1] Rainmaster 1995 Cerebral Caustic
That's what I say   [1] Ride Away 2005 Fall Heads Roll
That's rumble   [2] Rowche Rumble 1979 Early Years 77-79
That's where the session ends   [2] Secession Man 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And that's all he wrote   [1] Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
That's how he pads out his life   [1] Spectre vs. Rector 1979 Dragnet
But that's all changed and now I'm stepping out   [1] Stepping Out 1978 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
That's all changed and now I'm stepping out, stepping Out, stepping Out   [1] Stepping Out 1978 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
But that's all changed cos now I'm stepping out   [1] Stepping Out 1978 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
That's all changed cos now I'm stepping out, stepping out, stepping out   [1] Stepping Out 1978 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
That's all we get for being with him all the time   [1] The $500 Bottle of Wine 1994 Middle Class Revolt
That's all they get most of the time   [1] The $500 Bottle of Wine 1994 Middle Class Revolt
That's all I get man most of the time   [1] The $500 Bottle of Wine 1994 Middle Class Revolt
That's all you get most of the time   [1] The $500 Bottle of Wine 1994 Middle Class Revolt
"Ensure the hook clamp is on the jar and that's the aphid"   [1] The Aphid 1995 Cerebral Caustic
But sometimes that's not enough in the vast cavernous ...   [1] The Coliseum 1996 The Light User Syndrome
But sometimes that's not enough   [1] The Coliseum 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Qualifies, that's what Göring said   [1] The Knight, the Devil and Death 1992 Ed's Babe
Usurping cost cuts, that's why we [ ]   [1] The Knight, the Devil and Death 1992 Ed's Babe
That's a rich [ ]   [1] The Quartet of Doc Shanley 1997 Levitate
Two-face, that's what they call me   [4] Two Face! 1992 Code: Selfish
That's what they call me   [1] Two Face! 1992 Code: Selfish
Two-face that's what they call me   [1] Two Face! 1992 Code: Selfish
That's why I hope to get to back   [1] Weather Report 2 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
That's what I'm looking at   [1] Weather Report 2 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
That's what I'm looking forward to   [1] Weather Report 2 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
That's the way it goes   [2] Weather Report 2 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
There's one light left, that's the one light, that's the science law   [2] Winter 2 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
AI, that's too much price   [1] Touchy Pad 2013 The Remainderer
(That's all you get, dot dot dot)   [1] Middle Class Revolt - Simon, Dave & John 1995 The Twenty-Seven Points
THE [4841]
He was agin the rich   [8] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
He was agin the poor   [7] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
On the loose again   [1] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
There's a new fiend on the loose   [3] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
On the back of the exhaust clip   [4] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Hit him on the head with a two by four   [1] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
He was agin the rich (poor)   [1] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
He said hit him on the head with a two by four   [2] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
It's a fear of the obtuse   [1] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
He's got patents on the moaning   [1] 2 x 4 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The house is falling in (clou-)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
The house is falling in   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
Force ten - quick - the house is falling in   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
(Force ten) The house is falling in   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
The house is falling in (nation of)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
The house is falling in (The house is falling in) (Force ten)   [2] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
The house is falling in (cloud cov-) (Force)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
(Walk to the middle)   [1] 4 1/2 Inch 1997 Levitate
The club scene, man   [3] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
I see "Throw the towel on the floor" on The Green Man   [3] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
I throw it on the floor and I piss in it   [1] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
You're in collusion with the trains   [2] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Go down to the town   [1] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Just over two-thirds the price   [1] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
And they stuff the complimentary catering down their neck   [1] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Do the fifth retake of their attempt to be scruffy on a train   [1] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
And here is the fade out   [1] 50 Year Old Man 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Ol' Phil, he's got the grasp   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
One more for the ...   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
One more for the newsagent   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Don't wait up the photograph shop   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Stomp on the doorstep of the wedding photo shop   [2] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
One more for the road's gonna do it   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
One more of the job's gonna do it   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
He strangled the Dutch shares stock   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
And he stomped back to the paper shop   [1] 986 Generator 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
I read the news today, oh boy   [2] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
About a lucky man who made the grade   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
And though the news was rather sad   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
I saw the photograph   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
He didn't notice that the lights had changed   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
Nobody was really sure if he was from the House of Lords   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
The English army had just won the war   [2] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
Having read the book   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
Made the bus in seconds flat   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
And though the holes were rather small   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall   [1] A Day in the Life 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father
The old golden savages killed their philosophers   [1] A Figure Walks 1979 Dragnet
Thought brought the drought about   [1] A Figure Walks 1979 Dragnet
It may remove the pegs   [1] A Figure Walks 1979 Dragnet
But not only is it the blind who cannot see   [1] A Figure Walks 1979 Dragnet
So I turn the TV on   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
Then they have the panel on   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
And then they have the weatherman on   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
He talks a lot about the wind   [3] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
I turn the tragic lantern on   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
Talk a lot about the wind   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
So I ring the TV line and get a lot of wind   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
You see them in the shops   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
You see them on the kids' programmes   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
Oh the boredom in my bones   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
They talk a lot about the wind   [4] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
I gotta forget about the wind   [1] A Lot of Wind 1991 Shift-Work
Rid us of old fogeys scuttling and swerving over the roads   [1] A Past Gone Mad 1993 The Infotainment Scan
And before the grub comes a moralist   [1] A Past Gone Mad 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Into the flower duct   [1] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
Into the lowlands   [1] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
The flower drum awaits   [1] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
And sets the hawks   [1] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
Somewhere down the line   [2] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
Change the socks   [1] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
To the rats, change!   [1] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
Of the all the change   [2] Age of Chang 2011 Ersatz GB
And the waves through the slits in San Rocco look very different   [2] Alton Towers 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The spawn of J "Loaded" Brown and L Laverne crawl around   [1] Alton Towers 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The crows look very different today   [1] Alton Towers 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
And the crows are not reflecting any form of quality at all   [1] Alton Towers 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
On the saint of advertisers dead   [1] Alton Towers 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The spawn of J "Loaded" Brown and L Laverne are laughing   [1] Alton Towers 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The spawn of J "Loaded" Brown and L Laverne   [1] Alton Towers 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
With the dept of no name   [1] Alton Towers 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
From the early sixties   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
She'll shag you out on the table   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
On the colour page   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
On the future autolyctic enzyme son   [1] An Older Lover Etc. 1981 Slates
You know by now the Lord lays hard trails   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
When you see that man outside in the bucketing rain   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
And therein lies the difference, and therein   [9] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
And you curse the moon   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
You go to the saloon   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
He turned the water into wine   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
And that's the sum of it   [1] And Therein... 1990 Extricate
You show me the bloody poor bores   [2] And This Day 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Surroundings are screaming on the roads   [2] And This Day 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The whole Earth shudders   [3] And This Day 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Who are the translators?   [5] And This Day 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The old feelings came back   [5] And This Day 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The surroundings are screaming on the roads   [6] And This Day 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The body's like a U.S. football player's   [1] And This Day 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
And the greyer B.1 Glandel area   [1] And This Day 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The chewer is pursued   [3] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
And the smoker is pursued   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
In the Plaza Hotel with an army of aristo-men   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
I saw an evil laugh in the Plaza, yes   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
And the chair in the mirror   [2] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
And what the fuck is on the continents of   [2] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
And I'm moving down the train over and over and over again   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
And the cost of tobacco is chewed   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
I'm walking round the street again and again and again   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
In the mirrors looking at you   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
And the chewing gum is chewed   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
And the better knew that God is meek   [1] Anecdotes+Antidotes in B# 1999 The Marshall Suite
From the interstellar combination   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
The colours were brown and cream   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
I feel it shouting at him from the floatarium   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
And the cauldron or rectum of its love, baby   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
From the cauldron of its love, baby   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
Floatarium, it was the figure   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
Hectoring him from the sunbed of its love, baby   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
It was floating on the floatarium of its love, baby   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
From the lectern of its love, baby   [1] Arid Al's Dream 1992 Volume 4
And drugs walk the streets   [1] Arms Control Poseur 1990 Extricate
Spouse is talking on the phone   [1] Arms Control Poseur 1990 Extricate
To find whether it was the first of December or not   [1] Arms Control Poseur 1990 Extricate
In pity and envy dragged from the streets   [1] Arms Control Poseur 1990 Extricate
As I feel the inevitable battle creep nearer and nearer   [1] Arms Control Poseur 1990 Extricate
As I feel the inevitable   [1] Arms Control Poseur 1990 Extricate
[ ] well I think at the end of the bridges there might be a few little shops [ ]   [2] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
It's it's the hunes   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
It's the hune   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The hoons that took over from the hunes   [2] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
They move through the night   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
At the sky   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The third term   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The lyrics of Hey Jude   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The watch was blackish in the morn   [2] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The seventh of them was a Hume's   [1] Assume 2005 Fall Heads Roll
From the hotbed of creation   [1] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
The cure, bulletin, zeitung   [1] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
The cure was in no pill   [4] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
The German athletic star was continually ill   [1] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
The star would complain of the smell in his room   [2] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
An odour resembling hot-dogs permeated the whole bedroom   [1] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Gert would park his Volkswagen at the end of the day   [2] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Willy-nilly in the driveway, usually the wrong way round,   [2] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
So that the exhaust fumes would flow upwards   [1] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Right through the open windows of the athletic star's upstairs bedroom   [2] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
To be sent on a labour beautification course of the countryside north-west of Dresden   [1] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Had to look under the windowsill   [2] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
The windowsill   [3] Athlete Cured 1988 The Frenz Experiment
"You could have me until April the twentieth"   [1] Australians in Europe 1987 Hit the North
Australians in Europe you're the biggest things affected I have ever seen   [1] Australians in Europe 1987 Hit the North
Because the boys use a map and they live in Berlin   [1] Australians in Europe 1987 Hit the North
Australians in Europe wake up and suss the scene   [1] Australians in Europe 1987 Hit the North
From the police tech centre at the top of my street   [2] Auto-Tech Pilot 1986 Bend Sinister
And then the morning after, brass band, they were unison   [1] Auto-Tech Pilot 1986 Bend Sinister
Time to put an end, to the extend   [1] Auto-Tech Pilot 1986 Bend Sinister
All the bump men   [1] Auto-Tech Pilot 1986 Bend Sinister
(Track is deserted, all securities run forth of the perverted)   [1] Auto-Tech Pilot 1986 Bend Sinister
Troll the instant pilot   [1] Auto-Tech Pilot 1986 Bend Sinister
The Leicester YOP TEP instructor emerged from corridor   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
I said to him, it's about time you started thinking about the black dog on your back   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
I said, it's about time you started thinking about the re-run which is your life   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
The Leicester YOP instructor emerged from corridor   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
The backdrop shifted and changed, shifted and changed   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
The Manchester regiment of the Stuarts would not tread on your patch   [2] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
I said to the men, it's about time you started thinking about the black dog on your back   [2] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
It's about time you started thinking about the void in your life   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
The backdrop shifted and changed   [4] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
The semite man's home was full of sperm   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
It's about time you started thinking about the black dog on your back   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
It's about time you started thinking about the void which is your life   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
But the backdrop shifted and changed   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
The backdrop shifted and drifted   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
Who put the yellow pills in the Gordon's gin?   [8] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
Until did not even know when the lot come up   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
Till the reptilian TEP instructor merged with Stinking Billy's morass of flesh   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
And the Yorkies drifted   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
The Yorkies, Ripley, Yorks, shifted and drifted   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
I said to them, it's about time you started thinking about the black dog on your back   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
I said, it's about time you started thinking about the void in your life   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
The backdrop shifted, the backdrop shifted and changed   [2] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
And this was The Fall   [1] Backdrop 1983 In a Hole
And though the people make it alright   [1] Bad News Girl 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
I see you over the hill   [2] Bad News Girl 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
Istanbul is the place cos of my birthday   [1] Barmy 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
I've got the best round set aside for parties   [1] Barmy 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Residue after years of fab genius is a pension for the Jews   [1] Barmy 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
And a medal from the company which I wiped my butt on   [1] Barmy 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Just call me the first   [1] Barmy 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The programs lot   [1] Barmy 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
We work under the name of The Fall   [2] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
Those there to suspect Would not see the wood for the trees   [2] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
Up here in the north there's no wage packet jobs for us, thank Christ   [1] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
While young married couples discuss the poverties of their self-built traps   [1] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
And the junior clergy demand more cash   [1] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
We spit in their plate and wait for the ice to melt   [1] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
Before the moon falls   [15] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
We've got the power and must not misuse it   [1] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
I use the power   [2] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
Before the tide subsides   [1] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
Before the moon falls for the fifth time   [2] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
Before The Fall swoons   [2] Before the Moon Falls 1979 Dragnet
They just want me to be behind the counter   [1] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Behind the counter   [3] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
The hen centre was always picking on me   [1] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
They park on the pavement   [1] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Some have paid parks on the pavement here   [1] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
"For Nose Pin and the Punk Piggies", didn't quite make it, they say   [1] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Get behind the counter   [1] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
The other side of the counter   [8] Behind the Counter 1994 Middle Class Revolt
I hope I've got the number   [1] Bill is Dead 1990 Extricate
This is the greatest time of my life   [4] Bill is Dead 1990 Extricate
These are the biggest times of my life   [4] Bill is Dead 1990 Extricate
Red brick and green is the streets   [1] Bill is Dead 1990 Extricate
These are the greatest times of my life   [4] Bill is Dead 1990 Extricate
This is the finest time of my life   [1] Bill is Dead 1990 Extricate
All the numbers account for years   [1] Bingo Master's Breakout 1978 Bingo-Master's Break-Out!
Checks the cards through eyes of tears   [1] Bingo Master's Breakout 1978 Bingo-Master's Break-Out!
All he sees is the back of chairs   [1] Bingo Master's Breakout 1978 Bingo-Master's Break-Out!
In the mirror, a lack of hairs   [1] Bingo Master's Breakout 1978 Bingo-Master's Break-Out!
Hear the players all shout   [1] Bingo Master's Breakout 1978 Bingo-Master's Break-Out!
Came the time he flipped his lid   [2] Bingo Master's Breakout 1978 Bingo-Master's Break-Out!
You know it's there, on the right   [1] Birthday Song 1999 The Marshall Suite
It conveys me to the country   [1] Birthday Song 1999 The Marshall Suite
I am in the next room with you always   [1] Birthday Song 1999 The Marshall Suite
The stars dripped from the sky in a rage   [2] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Reflecting the occupations of late   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
The colonial   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
And a kid with the biggest dick ever you've seen   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
He defines the cause for injuries   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Strike the world   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Relive the Pope   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Holy cigarette case for the Jews   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Can't miss the derivative   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Resident again in the bedroom   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Sunday he's got the Broadway vampires right round him   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
His failure from the East and the West End   [2] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
Now suddenly feel the Broadway   [1] (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop 2003 (We Wish You) A Protein Christmas
The bastard had a birthday   [1] Black Monk Theme Part I 1990 Extricate
Hey hey the bastard's had it   [1] Black Monk Theme Part I 1990 Extricate
The drill scaffold starts   [1] Black Monk Theme Part I 1990 Extricate
How to put the make on you   [1] Black Monk Theme Part II 1990 Extricate
The flat is evil, full of cavalry and Calvary   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The poster came at first   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The neck was slightly dislocated   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
But then I walked up the street   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
At the top of the street there was a poster   [2] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I said, I was by the ocean   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I said to poster, "when's the curfew over?"   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The egg tester for your sandalwood and other assorted woods   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Flat is the evil of Calvary and cavalry   [1] Blindness 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The flat is evil   [2] Blindness 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I was walking down the street   [2] Blindness 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I saw a poster at the top   [1] Blindness 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The streets were fucked   [1] Blindness 2005 Fall Heads Roll
And the poster at the top of street said "Do you work hard?"   [2] Blindness 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The road hadn't been fixed   [1] Blindness 2005 Fall Heads Roll
There was a poster at the top of the street encapsulated in plastic   [2] Blindness 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The flat is evil and full of cavalry and Calvary   [1] Blindness 2005 Fall Heads Roll
And I'm destined for the bad end   [1] Blood Outta Stone 1990 White Lightning
You make me tired to the bone   [1] Blood Outta Stone 1990 White Lightning
And you're yakking on the phone   [1] Blood Outta Stone 1990 White Lightning
For the CD that you hold in your hand [ ] is a construction of a left sided mind   [1] Bo Demmick 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Go to the Hulme missionary console   [1] Bo Demmick 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Now the CD that you hold in your hand [ ]   [1] Bo Demmick 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Shall feel the wrath of my bombast!   [1] Bombast 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Feel the wrath of my bombast!   [1] Bombast 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
And go on regardless of the [ ] of the discoveries   [2] Bombast 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Will feel the wrath of bombast   [1] Bombast 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Shall feel the wrath of bombast!   [1] Bombast 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Would all people who want vegetarian burgers go on the left   [1] Bonkers in Phoenix 1995 Cerebral Caustic
And those who want meat burgers on the right   [1] Bonkers in Phoenix 1995 Cerebral Caustic
And from the day   [1] Bonkers in Phoenix 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Out of the back   [1] Bonkers in Phoenix 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Like your mother in the rain   [1] Bound 1999 The Marshall Suite
Past the boundaries again   [2] Bound 1999 The Marshall Suite
And the operator man puts you on hold again   [1] Bound 1999 The Marshall Suite
And your marshal in the rain   [1] Bound 1999 The Marshall Suite
Like a sheriff in the rain   [2] Bound 1999 The Marshall Suite
And the marshal cries again   [2] Bound 1999 The Marshall Suite
The TV lines are vain   [1] Bound 1999 The Marshall Suite
But then I took a chase after the Bournemouth runner!   [1] Bournemouth Runner 1986 Bend Sinister
Bournemouth runner, the first night   [1] Bournemouth Runner 1986 Bend Sinister
Bournemouth runner, but the second night he got away with our guiding light   [1] Bournemouth Runner 1986 Bend Sinister
Was chilled to the bone at eight a.m. on a Bournemouth morn   [1] Bournemouth Runner 1986 Bend Sinister
Bournemouth runner, he was the Bournemouth runner!   [2] Bournemouth Runner 1986 Bend Sinister
How could we know it was the Bournemouth runner?   [1] Bournemouth Runner 1986 Bend Sinister
Bournemouth runner, in the best home   [1] Bournemouth Runner 1986 Bend Sinister
Bournemouth runner, I've forgotten the date   [1] Bournemouth Runner 1986 Bend Sinister
I was trying to break the rules   [1] Breaking the Rules 2005 Fall Heads Roll
He broke his mind trying to break the rules   [1] Breaking the Rules 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I waste my time trying to b b b b break the rules   [1] Breaking the Rules 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Build up the wall, knock it down again   [1] Breaking the Rules 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The central issue, overall limit, I spend it in the town   [2] Breaking the Rules 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I broke my mind trying to break the rules   [2] Breaking the Rules 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I paid my life trying to break the rules   [1] Breaking the Rules 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I broke my life trying to break the rules   [1] Breaking the Rules 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Something under the ceiling muttered   [1] Bremen Nacht 1988 The Frenz Experiment
The child's four fingered bruises on my hip   [1] Bremen Nacht 1988 The Frenz Experiment
The sunlit Bremen day   [1] Bremen Nacht 1988 The Frenz Experiment
And the impress of fingers dead have disappeared and left me alone   [1] Bremen Nacht 1988 The Frenz Experiment
About what the hell they couldn't tell yer   [1] British People in Hot Weather 1990 Extricate
Compare your pearls before the King of Mongs   [1] British People in Hot Weather 1990 Extricate
That's it, I'm looking straight for the car   [1] British People in Hot Weather 1990 Extricate
Midges hovered over the heather   [1] Bug Day 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Cockroaches mouldered in the ground   [1] Bug Day 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Facing up to the sea is a very hard thing   [1] Bug Day 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Of the milk of my elbow   [1] Bury Pts. 1+3 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
And you will suffer all the seasons on the sides of municipal buildings   [2] Bury Pts. 1+3 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
A new way of recording, a chain round the neck   [1] Bury Pts. 1+3 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Is the artistic Mark in fact   [1] Bury Pts. 1+3 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Got rid of vermin like the grey squirrels   [1] Bury Pts. 1+3 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
The four of us are dying   [1] Butterflies 4 Brains 1990 Popcorn Double Feature
The scene started here   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
And the secret of their lives is ...   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
All the English groups act like peasants with free milk   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
On a route to the loot   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
Rapist fill the TVs   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
And the secret of their lives is S.E.X.   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
The things that drain you off and drive you off the hinge   [2] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
Boils, dirty socks, the ceilings collapse   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
The Sunday morning loud lawn mower   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
The upstairs Jewish girl damn hoovering every thirty minutes from valium cig withdrawal   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
The bastard dentist doctors surgery   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
The estates stick up like stacks   [2] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
The residents keep wild dogs   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
Or circles with A in the middle   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
The smart hedonists, same as last verse, allusions with   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
The conventional is experimental, the conventional is now experimental,   [2] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
He even did fail the penile tissue test   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
White tan horror in the mirror   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
The secret of Cash and Carry   [1] C'n'C-S Mithering 1980 Grotesque (After The Gramme)
One lives off the back of a dead man   [1] C'n'C Black Night 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
And the secret of their lives is   [1] C'n'C Black Night 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
Coming over the hill   [1] C'n'C Black Night 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
Some people wouldn't even know the sun was up unless some magazine did a full page spread on it   [1] C'n'C Black Night 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
Being tortured on the box box box boxing   [1] C'n'C Black Night 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
For about the fifth fucking time in this god forsaken town   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
One lives off the back of a dead man   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
The boss does the covers   [2] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
And the secret of my life is ... secretive   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
The residents keep wild dogs   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
And the secret of their lives is S.E.X.   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
Meet me here at eight p.m. and we'll eat some meat in the rest room   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
Whip round and tell all the others   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
For my brothers, and what about the others?   [1] Cash and Carry 1982 A Part of American Therein
I was by the fireplace at home   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The date was two O one O   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Forget the act   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Read the lit-crit first   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
You wouldn't even know the sun was up unless there was a press release on it   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Oh, the Hassle Schmuck   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Get out the tartan   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The highland parents   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Is well up the creek   [2] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
But everything you know is well up the creek   [1] C'n'C Hassle Schmuck 1981 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
He reads books of the list book club   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
And it's that same slouch you had the last time he came around   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
His oppression abounds, his type is doing the rounds   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Black saucers at the back of your neck   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Interruptions from the side when you talk   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
And the presence of this ugly gawk is offending, make sure you're not absorbed   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
From the bright sun, he came one fine morn   [1] C.R.E.E.P. 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
And locked in the door bins   [1] Cab It Up! 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
But you know the best, Dan   [1] Cab It Up! 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
What gets in the way   [3] Calendar 1998 Masquerade
The last three weeks were the greatest month of February   [2] Calendar 1998 Masquerade
The town is anti- life   [3] Can Can Summer 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Turn the radio off   [4] Can Can Summer 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
My boss he has the imagination of a gnat   [1] Can Can Summer 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
I'm in love with the carry bag man   [2] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
I love the carry bag man   [8] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
(I'm in love with the carry bag man)   [1] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
(I love the carry bag man)   [1] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Carry bags strewn all around the room   [1] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Cos I am the carry bag man   [1] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
I am the carry bag man   [5] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
I'm the carrier, carrier, carry bag man   [4] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Kneel on the croft when the mariah comes round   [2] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
I'm in the love with the carry bag man   [12] Carry Bag Man 1988 The Frenz Experiment
How much was the price of the Dodge?   [2] Cary Grant's Wedding 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
A new wave personality stumbles out of the ruins   [1] Cary Grant's Wedding 1980 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
See the fleet of cruising cars   [1] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Go past the stations and the bars   [2] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Well I tell you, that boy, he stopped up at the station   [2] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Only way you stop is for passion at the station   [1] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
When you stopped at the station   [1] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Was it an excuse to get away from your wife for the evening?   [1] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And the boy stopped up at the passion wagon   [2] Cheetham Hill 1996 The Light User Syndrome
You see their butt all over the street   [1] Chicago, Now! 1990 Extricate
The chiselers   [4] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The ninth richest, bar none   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The Stones are short   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
(Dry hump, in the hip club)   [3] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
In the long long Yeltsin days   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Relocation due for the chiseler   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
(In the hip club, in the hip club, in the hip club, in the hip club)   [4] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The Arab in   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
(In the hip club)   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Ninth richest country in the world bar none   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Dry hump, in the hip club   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
You think I'm the pits   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The chiselers are here   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The chiselers are there, and everywhere   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The process is clear   [1] Interlude/Chilinism 1996 The Light User Syndrome
This was an actual account of the operational experience   [1] Chino 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
When it came like the wind   [1] Chino 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
The warmth that is inside   [1] Chino 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
The warmth that is sliding cannot be made   [1] Chino 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Now all the bourgeoisie   [1] Choc-Stock 1979 Dragnet
But they're the product of the same systems   [2] Choc-Stock 1979 Dragnet
Dictum - message of the Euro bore   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
It's a good life, bowing to the tyrant   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Keep your head down for the moment   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Avoid the dismantled old heads stuck in bloody plant pots   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Forgetting the endless drive against nature   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
And take those red tie bastards who put up the Olympic flag with you   [1] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
He has submerged himself into the psyche of the average   [2] City Dweller 1994 Middle Class Revolt
You think it's the pipes   [1] City Hobgoblins 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
But who turns on the lights?   [1] City Hobgoblins 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
Buzz of the all-night mill   [1] City Hobgoblins 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
And they say, we cannot walk the floor at night in peace   [1] City Hobgoblins 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
Well, I went out the night before last   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
And the empowerment made me gentle in my baldness   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
It was part of the job club   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Over the death march of the one thousand   [2] Clasp Hands 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Well, all the heads   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Well, the English men   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I didn't get past the six   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
In German it is sieben - the one after that   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
And we grasped the hands in N.Y.C.   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 Fall Heads Roll
The lights were wolverines   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 Fall Heads Roll
It was one of the best shows ever seen   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 Fall Heads Roll
Cos in the chaos is a lustrous jewel   [1] Clasp Hands 2004 Fall Heads Roll
When the off-licence asks, I've been two months   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Checks the crack on their forehead   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The clothes, the stooped appearance   [2] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
(Over the hill)   [11] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Over the hill goes killer civil servant   [3] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
(Over the hill goes killer civil servant)   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
I still remember the white leafy border   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The scheiss in winter   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
(Comes over the hill)   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Comes over the hill, goes killer civil servant   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
(Over the hill goes killer civil servant   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
(Comes over the hill, goes killer civil servant)   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
That had the snappy rejoinder   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
(The snappy rejoinder)   [1] Clear Off! 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The sight every day is cloud of grey   [1] Cloud of Black 1995 The Twenty Seven Points
Take me back to the old east baby   [1] Cloud of Black 1995 The Twenty Seven Points
Crumbling in the skies   [2] Cloud of Black 1995 The Twenty Seven Points
I looked through the 1860s window pane   [1] Coach and Horses 2007 Reformation Post TLC
I see coaches and horses moving around in the slashing rain   [1] Coach and Horses 2007 Reformation Post TLC
I need the enter no service for you   [1] Coach and Horses 2007 Reformation Post TLC
The coaches and horses move around   [1] Coach and Horses 2007 Reformation Post TLC
I followed it into the lake for delivery   [1] Coach and Horses 2007 Reformation Post TLC
In the 1860s again   [1] Coach and Horses 2007 Reformation Post TLC
I hate the countryside so much   [22] Contraflow 2003 The Real New Fall LP
I hate the contraflow so much   [22] Contraflow 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Early morning, the sick hill near Buxton   [1] Contraflow 2003 The Real New Fall LP
I hate the dole   [1] Contraflow 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Keys won't fit (the keys won't fit) in the socket   [2] Contraflow 2003 The Real New Fall LP
(The keys won't fit)   [3] Contraflow 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Or the controls   [1] Contraflow 2003 The Real New Fall LP
And I'm singing the song cos I copped it baby   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
I'm singing the song cos I copped it baby   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Singing the song cos I copped it baby   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
New song benefactor is the past tomorrow   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
I know I've copped but I'm not the only one   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
It ain't what you do it's the way that you do it   [1] Copped It 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Sail the seas   [1] Cosmos 7 2011 Ersatz GB
Four eyes, this is coming, Russian in the back   [1] Cosmos 7 2011 Ersatz GB
Come out of pub, the shop is closed   [1] Couldn't Get Ahead 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Come out of pub, Harry wants to know when the next bus is   [1] Couldn't Get Ahead 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
The bus flashes past, my hands are caught   [1] Couldn't Get Ahead 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Flopping on the doorstep, outlined in colour red   [1] Couldn't Get Ahead 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
On an Asiatic plane with wings not of the grain   [1] Couldn't Get Ahead 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
The hostesses were Muslims   [1] Couldn't Get Ahead 1985 Couldn't Get Ahead
Give me back the molasses you took from my sugar   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Give me back the white of my bread   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Give me back the alcohol you took out my bitter   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Take back the molasses you took from my sugar   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Take back the white from my bread   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Take back the hung combs you took from my honey   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Give me back the Vitamin C you took from my orange   [1] Junk Man 1994 Middle Class Revolt
[ ] pain in the arse   [1] Shut Up! 1994 Middle Class Revolt
How come the city it never sleeps at night   [7] The City Never Sleeps 1995 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The city it never sleeps at night   [1] The City Never Sleeps 1995 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The rise and fall   [1] Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones 1996 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The strawberry mouth   [1] Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones 1996 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The long eels slither down the lanes of today's children   [2] Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones 1996 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
And I'm gonna call the money so the [ ]   [2] Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones 1996 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Curse of the children see through white lights   [1] Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones 1996 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The black dark   [1] Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones 1996 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Curse of the children see right through white lights on the chairs   [2] Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones 1996 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The straw [ ] long eel slithered down the curse of today's children   [2] Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones 1996 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I'm tired of walking up and down the street all by myself   [1] I'm Not Satisfied 1995 Cerebral Caustic
I try and try but no-one wants me the way I am   [1] I'm Not Satisfied 1995 Cerebral Caustic
I don't like the way life has been abusing me   [3] I'm Not Satisfied 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Why should I just sit and watch while the others smile?   [1] I'm Not Satisfied 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Took the invitations to her friends   [1] Birthday 1996 Sinister Waltz
She took the decorations from the wall   [2] Birthday 1996 Sinister Waltz
It was the ladder loose that made her fall   [1] Birthday 1996 Sinister Waltz
I've damn felt the pain   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
I'm beaten down by the pouring rain   [2] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
But it's hard to get off the old white train   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The old white train costs a lot to ride   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Yeah, take a little advice, stay away from the old white train   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
I've felt the pain   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
But it hard to get off the old white train   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Yeah, the old white train costs a lot to ride   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
So take a little advice, stay away from the old white train   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Take a little advice, stay away from the old white train   [1] Stay Away (Old White Train) 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Rolling and burning down the highway   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Hit me for the very first time   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
From the last exit to Brooklyn   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
[I'll alter] all these tears with the wipers   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
It's all in the past   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And that's the reason why   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
I'll pass the last   [1] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The last exit to Brooklyn   [3] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
The last chance to turn around   [3] Last Chance to Turn Around 1996 The Light User Syndrome
I was walking through the jungle just the other night   [4] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
A hippo Jurassic Park we'll do it on the hop   [1] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
Well the big big bounce was making me hop   [1] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
And the fox grabbed the rabbit and did the bunny hug   [3] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
And all the beasts standing were cutting a rug   [1] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
And the camel was talking to a special contributor   [1] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
And the elephant and monkey did the ring dang do   [2] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
And the blues songs were pumping it white   [1] Jungle Rock 1997 Levitate
I went to the bank just to get a little money   [1] F'Oldin' Money 1999 The Marshall Suite
Well, went to the social just to get a little pension   [1] F'Oldin' Money 1999 The Marshall Suite
And then I got a letter off a lawyer in the city   [1] F'Oldin' Money 1999 The Marshall Suite
"Those savings you got - in the casino disappeared"   [1] F'Oldin' Money 1999 The Marshall Suite
And he went out the window real quick, honey   [1] F'Oldin' Money 1999 The Marshall Suite
But I'll keep laughing to the end   [1] This Perfect Day 1999 The Marshall Suite
Spread the news all around   [5] Bourgeois Town 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
A politician with kids doing the best for me   [1] Bourgeois Town 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
I've got the bourgeois blues   [5] Bourgeois Town 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
All I get is demands from the C.O. Exchequer   [1] Bourgeois Town 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Going through the dark night   [2] Gotta See Jane 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Going through the pouring rain   [1] Gotta See Jane 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
The constant chase   [2] Gotta See Jane 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
To win the race   [2] Gotta See Jane 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Steering through the pouring rain   [1] Gotta See Jane 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Going up the highway   [1] Gotta See Jane 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
The frantic pace   [1] Gotta See Jane 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Just walking in the rain   [1] Houston 2003 The Real New Fall LP
But the wind just blew it away   [1] Houston 2003 The Real New Fall LP
It's bad the shape I'm in   [1] Houston 2003 The Real New Fall LP
See the people all in line   [2] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Are thinkin' the same as me   [2] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Cos I can hear the grass grow   [4] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I can hear the grass grow   [3] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I hear rainbows in the evening   [5] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Can't seem to fathom out the sound   [1] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Put your head down to the ground   [1] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
Can't seem to fathom out the time   [1] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
And I can hear the grass grow   [1] I Can Hear The Grass Grow 2005 Fall Heads Roll
We're getting to the end now, yeah   [1] Higgle-Dy Piggle-Dy 2006 Silver Monk Time
Getting to the end now, way down   [1] Higgle-Dy Piggle-Dy 2006 Silver Monk Time
The past keeps going down like the tele' poles   [2] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
The wrinkles in my forehead show the miles I've put behind me   [2] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
And continue to remind me, the fact I'm growing old   [1] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
The past keeps going on like the telephone poles   [2] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
The ghost of the airwaves shows the miles I've put behind me   [3] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
They continue to remind me, the fact I'm getting old   [1] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
For throwing things out of the car   [1] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
The lines I've put behind me   [1] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
And the ghosts I've put behind me   [1] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
The fact I'm growing old   [1] White Line Fever 2007 The Real New Fall LP
My garden is overgrown and the weeds are creeping up on my home   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Birds are nesting in the trees   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
And I can't be there to get the locks out of your hair   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The birds are too scared to fly, I think   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The kid talking to himself by the door outside   [2] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
From the days of sophomore   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
For the days you don't listen anymore   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
I really like the bees   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
And the bees are in their hives   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
By the bin, by the yard   [2] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The pink iPod is spewed out   [1] Strange Town 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
In the funnel of love   [1] Funnel of Love 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Get weak in the knees   [1] Funnel of Love 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
As I go deep in the funnel of love   [1] Funnel of Love 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
As I go deep down in the funnel of love   [1] Funnel of Love 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
I've lost the plot   [1] Cowboy George 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Into the hill   [4] Cowboy George 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
This is the story that unfolded as it went on into the sea of   [2] Cowboy George 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Now you're gonna hear the facts   [1] Cowboy Gregori 2010 Bury!
And the title it was "Cowboy George"   [1] Cowboy Gregori 2010 Bury!
And dreams have died in the golden age   [1] Cowboy Gregori 2010 Bury!
And the bankers and unseen footage   [1] Cowboy Gregori 2010 Bury!
Dreams have died in the golden age   [1] Cowboy Gregori 2010 Bury!
And all the squares did take umbrage   [1] Cowboy Gregori 2010 Bury!
Over the hill   [1] Cowboy Gregori 2010 Bury!
He sports the maroon flares   [1] Craigness 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The scrawl he wrote   [1] Craigness 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
We are The Fall, we were spitting, we were stepping   [1] Intro 1979 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
The difference between you and us is that we have brains   [1] Intro 1979 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
Bang fucking bang The mighty Fall   [1] Intro 1979 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
The Fall, we are back   [1] Intro 1979 Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never)
We are The Fall   [1] Crap Rap 2/Like to Blow 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
No stars in the zone   [1] Crap Rap 2/Like to Blow 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
The years go in circles   [2] Crap Rap 2/Like to Blow 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
From the valleys of Leicestershire and all over   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
The first, the first was Dave Bush babe   [2] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
The second was Graham ponytail   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
Then from the land of the accordion came Dave Kiwi   [2] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
He had the shirts   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
Where did they come from, the little motherfuckers?   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
That's why we kept our backs to the walls   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
Bill was King of the fucking Motherfucker crew filth   [1] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
He was the worst, one of the worst   [8] Crew Filth 1992 Code: Selfish
The brutal fracture   [1] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Out in the heart of the garden   [2] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
A quarter of the brain is left to see it in twenty-five lines   [1] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
The editor bedraggled, stumbled   [1] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Their equipment strewn on the new development   [1] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
As the rain tumbles down over the riverside complex   [2] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Still uncovering up the ominous thunder of the hail   [2] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
(Deep in the sounds of your mind)   [1] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Joined by old, the old singer from Manchester in the 1990s   [2] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Leaves sprout in the heart of the garden   [2] Crop-Dust 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Watch the shirt-tails flapping in the wind   [4] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
See the people only from the back   [4] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
And Bianco on the breath guaranteed   [1] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
See the street litter twisting in the wind   [2] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
See B&H cartons laughing in the wind   [1] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
There's a good midafternoon breeze in the air now   [1] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
No more Red Wedge in the pub or ZTT stuff   [1] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Get the last of the poison off my chest   [2] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Somebody went and left on the gas   [1] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Turn the tap off   [1] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The sound of its blast, yeah   [1] Cruiser's Creek 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The minute I get out of my tent   [1] D.I.Y. Meat 1996 The Light User Syndrome
My garden is covered with cement, the minute I went   [1] D.I.Y. Meat 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Between the light and door   [1] D.I.Y. Meat 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And the minute I got outta my tent   [1] D.I.Y. Meat 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And in the smash   [1] Das Katerer 2000 The Unutterable
I am the caterer   [4] Das Katerer 2000 The Unutterable
I deal chips from the left   [1] Das Katerer 2000 The Unutterable
Chicken and chips off the bone   [1] Das Katerer 2000 The Unutterable
I offer all on the menu   [1] Das Katerer 2000 The Unutterable
And with the finest grain solution   [1] Das Katerer 2000 The Unutterable
Who threw some change on the Asian counter   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Have you been to the English Deer Park?   [12] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
This is where C Wilson wrote Ritual in the Dark   [5] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Spare a thought for the sleeping promo dept   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Dollars and Deutschmarks keep the company on its feet   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Who is the King Shag Corpse?   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The young blackies get screwed up the worst   [2] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
They've gone over to the Hampstead house suss   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
In the English system they implicitly trust   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
See the A&R civil servants   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
This is where loads of punks congregate in the dark   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Hey Midlands, scooped yer, how d'you ever get the job?   [1] Deer Park 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Sticks some paper under the door at eight p.m.   [2] Detective Instinct 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
The man at the bar had a v-neck vest on   [2] Detective Instinct 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Tale of the speccy M   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
The reality avoided the parson of forthcoming   [2] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
Who's paying for the grub here?   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
Why are the truly skint never Scotch ridden?   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
How does man prize the political from anything from [ ] ?   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
The jet plane of [ ]   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
The steed   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
'Tricity of the faith   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
I laughed at the government   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
The old jokes we laughed at   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
Or do you want to go back to the jokes?   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
The gates   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
The reality avoided person of forthcoming   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
It's the gas   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
Electric workers and the carpenters   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
And the accession of the letters to press battery   [2] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
Why are the truly skint never devoluted?   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
How does the political man prize anyth- [ ]   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
From the gardens   [1] Devolute (Testa Rossa Monitor Mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
From the mouths of those who use air-rifles on their friendly class   [1] Devolute 2000 The Unutterable
Why is the truly skint never Scotch ridden   [1] Devolute 2000 The Unutterable
How does man prise the political from anything from a garden, a jet plane or a loaf?   [1] Devolute 2000 The Unutterable
To reiterate, injury list, the stinking cast and the stinking east   [2] Devolute 2000 The Unutterable
It's the gas, electric   [1] Devolute 2000 The Unutterable
I am the dice man, I take a chance, huh   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
Is this a branch on the tree of show-business?   [2] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
But I am the dice man   [2] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
They stay with the masses   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
Throw the bones and the poison dice   [2] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
Cos I am the dice man   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
A balls on the line man   [1] Dice Man 1979 Dragnet
The day the dream went right back to base   [2] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
There was blood on the ground   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Blood on the sand   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Tracks of the ride of the bright Matterhorn   [2] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The day the dream debased and went home   [2] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
And the people did mill to those adrenaline rails   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The nurses climbed up   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Was the day Disney's dream debased   [2] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Who then did not know the extent of the show   [2] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The people had died in the mouth of their ride   [2] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Man the gates   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The dream, an innocent meets her fate   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Far away from Appalachia and the city hate   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The day   [3] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The day when there was no doubt at all   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
It was the day the dream debased   [4] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
I remembered it from the back of my mind   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The tune that I wrote in fallen dreams   [1] Disney's Dream Debased 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The god is going down now   [1] Distilled Mug Art 2002 2G+2
Whilst the engineers trying to pick up bits left and top of screen   [1] Distilled Mug Art 2002 2G+2
And give the folks mumps to order with their apple shape   [1] Distilled Mug Art 2002 2G+2
You don't see rabbits being walked down the street   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
Dog the pet owner owner blistered hanging there death dog   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
Plato of the human example and copier dogmaster pet mourner   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
And was the holy Lamb of God   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
And did the Countenance Divine shine forth on clouded hills?   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
And was Jerusalem in the dark Satanic mills?   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
It was the fault of the government   [3] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
It was the fault of government   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
I was walking down the street when I tripped up on a discarded banana skin   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
And on my way down I caught the side of my head on a protruding brick chip   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
It was the government's fault   [2] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
I was very let down with the budget, I was expecting a one million quid handout   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
And get looked after properly by the government   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
... of the government   [1] Dog is Life/Jerusalem 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
The long black hair of wretched bluebottle   [1] Don't Call Me Darling 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Soon there will be dancing around the queue strippy   [1] Don't Call Me Darling 1995 Cerebral Caustic
All that is gone is shredded by the Automan   [1] Don't Take the Pizza 1990 High Tension Line
The glass ceiling it did shake and then it did undulate   [1] Don't Take the Pizza 1990 High Tension Line
Don't take the pizza off me   [9] Don't Take the Pizza 1990 High Tension Line
I open the envelope, Doctor Bucks' letter   [1] Dr. Bucks' Letter 2000 The Unutterable
Turn the radio on   [1] Dr. Bucks' Letter 2000 The Unutterable
Put the radio on, and get the magazine out   [2] Dr. Bucks' Letter 2000 The Unutterable
And read about "The Essence of Tong"   [1] Dr. Bucks' Letter 2000 The Unutterable
I was in the realm of the essence of Tong   [2] Dr. Bucks' Letter 2000 The Unutterable
Swallows hay cart, cart horse, of the peasants blocking his path   [1] Dktr Faustus 1986 Bend Sinister
Outside the gates of the town of Anholt   [2] Dktr Faustus 1986 Bend Sinister
Doctor Faustus, at the court of the Count   [2] Dktr Faustus 1986 Bend Sinister
Faustus at the court of the decadent Count   [2] Dktr Faustus 1986 Bend Sinister
Made animals from sunny lands appear in the sparse gardens   [1] Dktr Faustus 1986 Bend Sinister
Of the peasants blocking his path   [1] Dktr Faustus 1986 Bend Sinister
There's a blood silhouette through the ceiling sky   [9] Dktr Faustus 1986 Bend Sinister
I am the one who gave you a chance in life   [1] Draygo's Guilt 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
And throw away the charity handouts   [1] Draygo's Guilt 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
Hate from the hills   [13] Draygo's Guilt 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
And all the bands still dream of photo Draygo   [1] Draygo's Guilt 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The county of Lancs dreams of photo Draygo   [1] Draygo's Guilt 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
But each time the blood was clear like liquid gold   [1] Draygo's Guilt 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of... (cass)
The snow is all around, is all around   [1] Early Days of Channel Fuhrer 2005 Fall Heads Roll
The snow is all around, like my hands   [1] Early Days of Channel Fuhrer 2005 Fall Heads Roll
And the white brushes against me   [1] Early Days of Channel Fuhrer 2005 Fall Heads Roll
And the man who brushes against me in the un- Vienna midweek is shaking   [2] Early Days of Channel Fuhrer 2005 Fall Heads Roll
(Where's all the choccies gone? Where's all the choccies gone?)   [2] Early Days of Channel Fuhrer 2005 Fall Heads Roll
I'm in the furniture trade   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
But stick the cretin on the number three lathe   [2] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Went down the town to a HM club   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
The sign had a cross   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
An Easy Rider coot grabbed the edge of my coat   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
I said, "I'll see the manager"   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
He was the manager   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Up the stairs mister   [2] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
The poison render   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
The musical chairs have been swallowed up   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Got trapped in the door   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Set it up in the home   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Elusive fig. one on the screen   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Saw the Holy Ghost, I swear, on the screen   [2] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Where's the cursor?   [2] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Where's the eraser?   [2] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
The Kevin Ayers scene   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Pick the fleas mister   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
How do you know the progs you miss are worse than those you single out?   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
And what'll you do when the rental's up   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
The way they act is, oh, sheer delight   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
By the wretched timesheeters of my delight   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
The powers that be will have to meet   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
The secret straight back ogre entered   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
His brain aflame with all the dreams   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
The centimetre square   [1] Eat Y'Self Fitter 1983 Perverted by Language
Folly is the cloak of knavery   [1] Ed's Babe 1992 Ed's Babe
It's springtime but I still miss the streets at dawn   [1] Edinburgh Man 1991 Shift-Work
And in the morning walking your bridges home   [1] Edinburgh Man 1991 Shift-Work
You can leave me on the shelf   [1] Edinburgh Man 1991 Shift-Work
Keep me away from the Festival   [1] Edinburgh Man 1991 Shift-Work
It's wintertime and I still see the cobble stones   [1] Edinburgh Man 1991 Shift-Work
The chief elf Norman said   [1] Elf Prefix 1989 Seminal Live
When will the good Scotch return in all its scarred splendour?   [1] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
When will the price of Scotch come down?   [4] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
It's not the business I despise   [1] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
It's the Scotch end of the market now   [2] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Cannot hide the new rock scum   [1] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The fantastic is in league against me   [1] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Tin can rattle on the path   [1] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The bestial greed is on the attack   [2] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The cat black runs round the tree   [2] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The Siamese reached the shore   [4] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
will I trust the elves of Dunsimore   [9] Elves 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Come see, come hear, the English scheme   [1] English Scheme 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The lower class want brass, bad chests, scrounge fags   [1] English Scheme 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The clever ones tend to emigrate   [1] English Scheme 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The commune crap, camp bop, middle class, flip-flop   [1] English Scheme 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
He's the creep creep in us all   [2] English Scheme 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
One of the many football grounds that have been converted to hold this revived sport   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
Charred landscape, watching the female bouts at the beginning on the tent bedecked terraces   [3] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
The large tomatoes and gold and beige striped tents plonked on brand new soccer terracing seem to symbolise a clean shaven [ ]   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
The Lancashire northern western quarter had seemed to materialise overnight, its citizens plump, voyeuristic   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
The Lancashire northern western quarter seemed to materialise overnight, its citizens plump, voyeuristic   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
For LNWQ read (Romandy) for the East read Sparta   [1] Enigrammatic Dream 2001 2G+2
You take her from the back, we're so respectable   [1] Entitled 1986 Hey Luciani
I don't make passes from the back, is it something usual?   [1] Entitled 1986 Hey Luciani
I've been pursuing the fuel too long   [2] Everything Hurtz 1992 Code: Selfish
I got the disease tinnitus   [1] Everything Hurtz 1992 Code: Selfish
Can't you see the bitches by my side   [1] Everything Hurtz 1992 Code: Selfish
And the back of my [ ] is in my septum   [1] Everything Hurtz 1992 Code: Selfish
Cos your daddy had a stroke in the tub   [1] Fall Sound 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Took the funds out of your bank balance   [1] Fall Sound 2007 Reformation Post TLC
The guitars need more Fall sound   [1] Fall Sound 2007 Reformation Post TLC
It's the Fall sound   [1] Fall Sound 2007 Reformation Post TLC
You try to ingratiate t t t t to the Fall sound   [1] Fall Sound 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Ours is to continue the crack   [1] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
And there's interference with the mail   [1] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
And you just can't get out the words   [1] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
The Siberian mushroom Santa was in fact Rasputin's brother   [1] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
To further the religion of forgiven sin murder   [1] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
He said he told the policeman what he really thought   [1] Fantastic Life 1981 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
Get the Western on, stick with family   [1] Feeling Numb 1995 Cerebral Caustic
At the lodge   [5] Feeling Numb 1995 Cerebral Caustic
The grist that curtails will make us strong   [1] Feeling Numb 1995 Cerebral Caustic
And kidneys burn in the small of my back   [1] Fiery Jack 1980 Fiery Jack
Well I'm not going back to the slow life   [1] Fiery Jack 1980 Fiery Jack
And the musical trades   [2] Fiery Jack 1980 Fiery Jack
Some men from the docks, they are smart, their brains are half   [1] Fiery Jack 1980 Fiery Jack
Walk down the road in the sun   [2] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
My sick, think I've seen the tail end   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
But the flex is now cut clear   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
I used to think this bog was the domain   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
If you've got the most with the true precis   [2] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
I saw the recession round Victoria Station   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
Gimme, gimme, gimme the sun   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
And I chucked out the Alka-Seltzer   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
Don't you know that was the tail end   [1] Fit and Working Again 1981 Slates
The papers had her father holding up a picture   [1] Flat of Angles 1979 Dragnet
And sometimes bell busts under the rings from many callers   [1] Flat of Angles 1979 Dragnet
And first he started on the floorboards   [1] Flat of Angles 1979 Dragnet
And the sun dragged him out one day from his laundry   [1] Flat of Angles 1979 Dragnet
The streets are full of mercenary eyes   [1] Flat of Angles 1979 Dragnet
Down to the gables   [1] Flat of Angles 1979 Dragnet
Phone in for the dragnet man   [1] Flat of Angles 1979 Dragnet
I could not accept the fact that I'd accepted the contract   [2] Fortress 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
It was so clear in the window eye   [1] Fortress 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The brick outlined the blue sky   [2] Fortress 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
And I had to go round the gay graduates in the toilets   [2] Fortress 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Proliferating across the earth   [3] Free Range 1992 Code: Selfish
This is the spring without end   [2] Free Range 1992 Code: Selfish
This is the summer of malcontent   [1] Free Range 1992 Code: Selfish
This is the winter of your mind   [2] Free Range 1992 Code: Selfish
I sweated a lot, you could feel the violence   [1] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I'm better than them, and I think I'm the best   [1] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
But I'll appear at midnight when the films close   [1] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I'd run away to a non- date on the street   [1] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I spend hours looking sideways to the time when I was sixteen   [1] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I go to the top of the street   [2] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I go to the bottom of the street   [2] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
I look to the sky, my lips are dry   [1] Frightened 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
By the window I didn't scream   [1] Futures and Pasts 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
The pubs were closed   [1] Futures and Pasts 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
At the bottom of the street it seemed   [2] Futures and Pasts 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
There was a policeman lost in the fog   [1] Futures and Pasts 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Look at the woman of thirty-nine   [1] Futures and Pasts 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Look at the man of forty-nine   [1] Futures and Pasts 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
The first god had in his garden   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
From the back looked like a household pet   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
He's the young generation dancing troupe   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
When phones ring and are inconvenient to the ears, I just press table lamp light button next to my bed and they blow up   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
I got the idea from a book   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
The same thing could have been taken for a spoilt slate with largesse resource   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
His ferry stopped at the 'Pool port   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
The second god's sad - he's coming up - he's waiting number four with a [ ] less stylish porch   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
We have the second god's influence   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
The best firms advertise the least   [2] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
The second god lived by mountains that flowed   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
By the blue shiny lit roads   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
He knew the evil of the phone   [4] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
The bells stopped on Sunday when he rose   [2] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
He's on the second floor   [1] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
Up the brown baize lift shaft   [2] Garden 1983 Perverted by Language
We plough the fields together   [1] Gentlemen's Agreement 1992 Code: Selfish
Before the idea slips away   [1] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
That was the first question raised   [1] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
But this is not the place to bring it up   [1] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Before the bike siren calls   [3] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
And the horn siren yells   [1] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
The cinders told me   [1] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
And the bloodcurdlers yell   [1] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
All thugs use the Burton ploy   [1] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
The Lord acts around my appeal   [1] Get a Hotel 1988 The Frenz Experiment
In inflammable places in between Hammersmith and the Deep South   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
I set out for a quest from the Great God Kieron   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
Tryin' to find the mythical Guinness factory in South London, in Hammersmith   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
And let the grass grow on itself   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
In ancient myth the public houses floated everywhere   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
Inflammable places between Hammersmith and the Deep South   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
And the fishermen did dredge   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
And they saw the green grass   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
You have to see, to make the mercenaries stow   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
And the white haired male nurses, with the afro- rocker in adjacent chair, knew the key   [3] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
And the words were "Get a Summer song goin'"   [1] Get A Summer Song Goin' 2010 Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
You hog the bathroom and never put your hand in your pocket   [1] Glam-Racket 1993 The Infotainment Scan
You're paging Malagna in Spain but can't read between the lines   [1] Glam-Racket 1993 The Infotainment Scan
You're one of the best songs I've ever heard by Stephen King   [1] Glam-Racket 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Shadrach, the shock   [1] Glam-Racket 1993 The Infotainment Scan
You post out sixty page computer printouts on the end of forests   [1] Glam-Racket 1993 The Infotainment Scan
All the above will come back to you and confirm you as a damn pest   [1] Glam-Racket 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I was taken under the sea   [1] God Box 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The water coming in over me   [1] God Box 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
I'm gulping water under the lake   [1] God Box 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The people I like   [1] Gramme Friday 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The people I like live   [1] Gramme Friday 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The people I like live in kitchens and halls   [1] Gramme Friday 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Skin drops slow to the bones   [1] Gramme Friday 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Enter the house of weariness   [1] Gramme Friday 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The hunger   [1] Gramme Friday 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Your fractured eyes force me through the night   [1] Green-Eyed Loco Man 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Through a helmet your hair grows right to the ground   [1] Green-Eyed Loco Man 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Channel hopping the other day through Danish rock TV   [1] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
I noticed the video, where the person beared a remarkable coincidental resemblance to myself   [2] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
To the video I was in recently   [1] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
So I rang the crew that the Jason fellow cited   [2] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
The attitude that group had to me when I asked if they had a CD player in their room   [1] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
I decided to visit their room, where they had a pile of chairs piled behind the door   [1] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
I had to wank off the cat to feed the fucking dog   [2] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
I had to wank off the dog to feed the fucking cat   [2] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
Channel hopping the other day on Danish rock TV   [1] Greenway 2011 Ersatz GB
The dark gross chapel   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
To the dark gross chapel   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
To the gross chapel   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
But you shouldn't have said to the police   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
Like the chemist coming on insulted   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
And wear the louped clothes   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
To storm the palisades   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
We throw them from the glacis   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
About the enemies' ears   [1] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
For the British Grenadiers   [2] Gross Chapel - British Grenadiers 1986 Bend Sinister
The stool-pigeons, cha cha cha cha cha cha cha cha   [1] Guest Informant 1988 Victoria
I followed the colonel to the cheap hotel   [2] Guest Informant 1988 Victoria
I tapped the beds, I wired the phones as well   [2] Guest Informant 1988 Victoria
In the burning scorch of another Sunday over   [1] Guest Informant 1988 Victoria
The miserable Scottish hotel resembled a Genesis or Marillion 1973 LP cover   [1] Guest Informant 1988 Victoria
All the hotel staff had been dismissed   [1] Guest Informant 1988 Victoria
It was me, the Hoover, and the O.A.P.s   [2] Guest Informant 1988 Victoria
But all the groups who've hit it big   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Make the Kane Gang look like an Einstein chip   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
This is the Thule group   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Stick it in the mud   [12] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Stick it in the gut   [13] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
They take from the medium poor to give to the needy poor   [2] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Via the government poor   [2] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Give it to the poor poor   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Who are the riff makers?   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
How old are the stars, really?   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
They stick it in the gut   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Stay in the mud   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
They take it from the medium poor   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
To give it to the medium poor   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
And give it to the poor poor   [1] Gut of the Quantifier 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
And I am the one who stamps on all ages   [2] H.O.W. 1989 Seminal Live
I'm monolithic, and the black ice on the corner   [2] H.O.W. 1989 Seminal Live
History of the ...   [1] H.O.W. 1989 Seminal Live
I am the one who'll strike you down at once   [1] H.O.W. 1989 Seminal Live
History of the wo ...   [1] H.O.W. 1989 Seminal Live
History of the world   [1] H.O.W. 1989 Seminal Live
Nimrod is vindicated in the highest   [1] Haf Found Bormann 1987 There's a Ghost in My House
Walks into the showroom all I could see   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
He chose the car and filled out all the forms as well   [2] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
Hands up Billy got you on the run   [3] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
Fly fly Billy now the bill is up   [2] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
Sit her in the car she wants to get her a drink   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
Sit him down and lose some weight he's got the fear in him   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
Now the doors are open and I'm walking in   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
Hands up Billy you're the crucifix   [1] Hands Up Billy 2000 The Unutterable
Raindrops on the highway   [1] Happi Song 2011 Ersatz GB
It was in the second hour I saw them sitting there   [1] Happi Song 2011 Ersatz GB
No it's never on the radio   [1] Happi Song 2011 Ersatz GB
[ ] is the source of joy but they can't see that   [1] Happi Song 2011 Ersatz GB
Have you ever wondered, coots, what your retirement's brought unto the people?   [1] Happy Holiday 1993 Behind the Counter
The panic mongers expand on the mess   [2] Happy Holiday 1993 Behind the Counter
It's hard to live in the country   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
In the present state of things   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
At three a.m. the stick people recede   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
The locals get up your nose   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Nymphet new romantics come over the hill   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Councils hold the ring   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Grab the churches while you can   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
It's good to live in the country   [9] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Fall down drunk on the road   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
The valley rings with ice-cream vans   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
The villagers are surrounding the house   [2] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
The locals have come for their due   [1] Hard Life in Country 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Hark the herald angels sing   [4] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Glory to the new born King   [4] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Join the triumph of the skies   [2] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Christ the everlasting Lord   [1] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Offspring of the Virgin's womb   [1] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Veiled in flesh the Godhead see   [1] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Living long across the Heaven   [1] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Hail the Son of Righteousness   [1] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Hail the Heavenly prince of peace   [1] Hark the Herald Angels Sing 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I don't wanna go to work in the rain   [1] He Pep! 1996 The Light User Syndrome
No more toast grilled on the heater   [1] He Pep! 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Into the room of the bass player   [2] He Pep! 1996 The Light User Syndrome
But it's been lost in the bowels of the record company by our manager   [2] He Pep! 1996 The Light User Syndrome
You had the best summer (you pep!) and now it's wearing off (you pep!)   [1] He Pep! 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Death of the dimwits   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
The journey takes one hour   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
Hexen rule explain the mood harm   [2] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
The DDR scene   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
While Greenpeace looked like saffron on the realm   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
The opposition was down   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
Louis Armstrong tapes waft down the aisles   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
Hexen rule in the hour of the fall   [2] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
It takes grace to play the second fiddle well   [1] Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot 1983 Perverted by Language
When I'm walking down the street   [1] Hey! Fascist 1977 Live 1977
And write your letters to the Evening News   [1] Hey! Fascist 1977 Live 1977
You're gonna get it through the head   [5] Hey! Fascist 1977 Live 1977
You're gonna get it through the head, I said wah wah   [1] Hey! Fascist 1977 Live 1977
[ ] in your hair, smelly in the heat   [1] Hey! Fascist 1977 Live 1977
And you kick the shit out of some poor kid   [1] Hey! Fascist 1977 Live 1977
The dead director of the BBC   [2] Hey! Fascist 1977 Live 1977
The future's here today   [3] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
And the future's here today   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
The future's here to stay   [4] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
Meet the Church Bank, S.A.   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
And one day the Curia murdered you   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
The corporate bishops graze   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
Exit the church of pain   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
You were the first John Paul I   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
The TV snow-storm on top   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
The brass Holy Grail imitation for sale   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
The future's here today, Luciani   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
And all the cowls are black   [1] Hey! Luciani 1986 Hey! Luciani
Well he saw me coming over the hill   [1] Ma Riley 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace (Box Set)
See Marc Riley by the windowsill   [1] Ma Riley 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace (Box Set)
When I'm walking down the street it's always you I seem to meet   [1] Hey! Student 1994 Middle Class Revolt
And write your letters to the Evening News   [1] Hey! Student 1994 Middle Class Revolt
I said hey student, hey student, hey student, you're gonna get it through the head   [8] Hey! Student 1994 Middle Class Revolt
I said hey student, hey student, hey student, you're gonna get it through the head, I said   [1] Hey! Student 1994 Middle Class Revolt
Henna in your hair, standing in the heat   [1] Hey! Student 1994 Middle Class Revolt
When walking down the street, it's always you I seem to meet   [2] Hey! Student 1994 Middle Class Revolt
The dead brains of class A - D   [1] Hey! Student 1994 Middle Class Revolt
You have to go far for the simple and unadorned   [1] High Tension Line 1990 Shift-Work
And I pick up the phone, no-one   [1] High Tension Line 1990 Shift-Work
Hilary, where's the sixty quid you borrowed off me for the gas, or I won't give you a kiss   [2] Hilary 1990 Extricate
I'm sure it was you in the new Audi Outside Sainsbury's   [1] Hilary 1990 Extricate
I thank the Lord that you still don't live next to me   [1] Hilary 1990 Extricate
Drink the long draught, Dan, for the hip priest   [2] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
I said drink the long draught, Dan, for the hip priest!   [2] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
It's the hip priest   [2] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
From the eyes he can see, they know it's the hip priest   [2] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
I got my last clean dirty shirt out of the wardrobe   [2] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
And all the good people know   [1] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
All the young groups know   [2] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
And if the good people knew they would say   [1] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
So drink the long draught, Dan, for the hip priest   [2] Hip Priest 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Hit the North   [25] Hit the North 1987 Hit the North
Computers infest the hotels   [1] Hit the North 1987 Hit the North
But what the heck, they're not too bad, they talk to God   [1] Hit the North 1987 Hit the North
Manacled to the city, manacled to the city   [2] Hit the North 1987 Hit the North
Hit the North (Manacled to the system)   [2] Hit the North 1987 Hit the North
From the back third eye psyche, the reflected mirror of delirium   [2] Hit the North 1987 Hit the North
Eastender and Victoria's lager, the induced call, mysterious, comes forth   [1] Hit the North 1987 Hit the North
Hittite man emerges from the ground   [1] Hittite Man 2013 Re-Mit
White robes to the ground, into sand   [1] Hittite Man 2013 Re-Mit
Hittite man, white robe right down to the ground, disappearing into the sand   [2] Hittite Man 2013 Re-Mit
You have no idea about the gibbous morons you have unlollied on this earth   [1] Hittite Man 2013 Re-Mit
Kick through the rubbish   [1] Hollow Mind 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
All the faces   [1] Hollow Mind 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
He was always in the middle for him   [1] Hostile 1996 The Light User Syndrome
On the fields, Brooklands   [1] Hostile 1996 The Light User Syndrome
We are the elite gangsters of the damned, criminals of the damp   [3] Hostile 1996 The Light User Syndrome
You must come with us, and hunt down the hostile   [1] Hostile 1996 The Light User Syndrome
For years they have believed we were inspired by the Holy Spirit and the work of God   [2] Hostile 1996 The Light User Syndrome
They demand to know, with a touching, naïve faith of the individual   [1] Hostile 1996 The Light User Syndrome
And now we're old, the elite of the damned   [2] Hostile 1996 The Light User Syndrome
Fill the blender to the top again   [2] Hot Aftershave Bop 1986 Living Too Late
Hot came the wind   [2] Hot Cake 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
I can't open the door   [2] Hot Cake 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
I can't answer the door   [1] Hot Cake 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
And for the mind   [2] Hot Cake 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Involved in hyperbole about the track checklist   [1] Hot Runes 2000 The Unutterable
The promises they gave casual - used that before   [1] Hot Runes 2000 The Unutterable
Pots of money in the bank for the taxman and everyone else to try and steal   [2] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
Lots of money in the bank for the taxman and everyone else to try and steal   [2] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
It disappears none the less   [1] Hot Rune (Testa Rossa monitor mix) 2000 The Unutterable (2008 reissue)
One more time for the record   [5] Hotel Bloedel 1983 Perverted By Language
All the people ask me how I wrote "Plastic Man"   [1] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
The praise received is mentally sent back, or taken apart   [1] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
The Observer Magazine just about sums him up, e.g. self-satisfied, smug   [1] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
Away from the empty brains that ask how I wrote "Plastic Man"   [1] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
His last work was "Space Mystery" in the Daily Mail   [1] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
The only thing real is waking and rubbing your eyes   [1] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
Fuck it, let the beard grow   [1] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
The fridge is sparse, but in the town   [2] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
In the town they'll stop me in the shoppes   [2] How I Wrote "Elastic Man" 1980 How I Wrote "Elastic Man"
Mr Hughes was right in retrospect, he knew the climate   [1] Hurricane Edward 1997 Levitate
Then he came, the hurricane   [1] Hurricane Edward 1997 Levitate
I get up early, I plough the land   [1] Hurricane Edward 1997 Levitate
When the drums come in fast   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The park alight with acid rain   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
Melched together, the lights   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The lights above you   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The handle that was brass, is now brass evil   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The rock that was an egg, is in wrong cradle   [1] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
The hand that cradles the rock, makes egg gooey   [2] I Am Damo Suzuki 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
And scattered swirling in the wind   [1] I Come and Stand At Your Door 1997 Levitate
The spikes he left in the bathroom   [2] I Feel Voxish 1983 Perverted By Language
I've been sharpening a knife in the bathroom on a brick I got from the garden   [2] I Feel Voxish 1983 Perverted By Language
I think it's time I saw the world, and not Australia   [1] I'm Going to Spain 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I think it's time I saw the world cos I hate the cold and rain and grey   [2] I'm Going to Spain 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I hope I can quickly learn the language, yeah   [5] I'm Going to Spain 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I hope I can quickly learn the language   [2] I'm Going to Spain 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I hope it might keep me company but I hate the goo goo goo goodbyes   [1] I'm Going to Spain 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Cos I hate the cold and grey   [1] I'm Going to Spain 1993 The Infotainment Scan
And the money it took to buy the C.B. set took lines off my belly   [2] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
Got plastered in the stations and swing parks   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
This is Happy Harry Plank from the land of waving palms   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
There's no Code Thirteen in the home of chocolate city   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
I'm having trouble with the terminology   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
The date expired last week   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
That's the last you'll hear for me   [1] I'm Into C.B. 1982 Look, Know
The brass are saying good news to me   [6] I've Been Duped 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
I've been to the Alps   [1] I've Seen Them Come 2011 Ersatz GB
Turn the music up   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
When I wake up in the city   [3] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
And all the thoughts that pollute me   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
Canal and the gallery   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
And the boxer with thief   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
The Deputy Collector is the Command in Chief   [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
I wake up in the city   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
The Bill and the bushes haven't grown   [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
And General Custer was the same   [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
Came out backwards in the machine   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
All the thoughts that pollute me   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
Now I'm the enemy of the city   [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
And the dollar bill came out backwards   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
And the new note it came out backwards   [4] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
I think it is, practically, I think you'll find across the country that some schools are delivering not just two hours but even more and it's very good quality and other schools are not delivering the amount of time that they should be  [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
A youngster is given the chance ... by society [ ]   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
All the thoughts that polluted them   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
It's the canal and the gallery   [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
Sleep on the docks   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
The Commander in Chief   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
And the breaking of the chains   [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
By the safe canal   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
By the gallery   [2] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
By the fox cream boat   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
By the dark brown stable   [1] I Wake Up In The City 2001 Rude (All The Time)
I living in the bush   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Cos I live in the jungle   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
I live in the jungle   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
I'm living in the bush   [3] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
I'm living in the bush near Luton   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
And the sky, the sky tremble above me   [2] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
To the children that I provide   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
I put it on the bill   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
And join the troops   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
I'm gonna join the troops   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Join the troops   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
He's gonna sing one of the old songs from Trigger Happy   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
I was walking down the street again and again   [1] Ibis-Afro Man 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Hated even the core of myself   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The facts attainment was out of ...   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Witness the last of the god-men   [2] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Cast the runes against your own soul   [2] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Work fifteen hours for the good of the soul   [2] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Sit in the gold room   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Fall down flat in the Cafe Iol   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Without a glance from the clientele   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Roll up for the underpants show   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
And the spawn of the volcano   [2] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Like the people around it   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Make a grab for the book of prayers   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
What the goddamn fuck is it?   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
That played the pipes of aluminium   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
A Memorex for the Krakens   [1] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
And casts the runes against the self soul   [2] Iceland 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The shapeless kecks flapping up a storm   [1] Idiot Joy Showland 1991 Shift-Work
The nylon leaves are falling   [1] Idiot Joy Showland 1991 Shift-Work
From the twisted shell of your cranium   [1] Idiot Joy Showland 1991 Shift-Work
Freddie and the Dreamers, come on up   [1] Idiot Joy Showland 1991 Shift-Work
The working class has been shafted so what the fuck you sneering at?   [2] Idiot Joy Showland 1991 Shift-Work
The locusts are all queuing in   [1] Idiot Joy Showland 1991 Shift-Work
The Viking gods had it   [1] Immortality 1992 Code: Selfish
Hate wide for dog breeder in the town of purport   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
This is the tale of his replica   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Pet shop and the vet, Cameron   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The next bit is hard to relate   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
(There are no read-outs for this part of the track)   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The new born thing hard to describe   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
No changeling, as the birth was witnessed   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
"Yes", said Cameron, "and the thing was in the impression of J Temperance"   [2] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
[ ] disappeared through the door   [1] Impression of J. Temperance 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The dwarf plays pool to prove his height   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
I have seen the birth of bad   [4] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
I have seen the madness in my area   [6] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
The madness in my area   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
Former friends suck on The Fall   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
Just adds to the madness in my area   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
See the bones on the too late faces   [2] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
The me generation   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
See the traces of the madness in my area   [2] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
I have seen the declining tracks   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
I have seen the burrowmen   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
In the writer   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
The Berlin fighter   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
In the mirror   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
The doppelganger   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
The new satire   [1] In My Area 1979 Rowche Rumble
I dream of the park up the road   [2] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
I open the bushes, a couple of lovers   [1] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
And although my spouse is in the other room   [1] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
For every girl I have the guts to look at   [1] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
I take you to the park up the road   [2] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
But here is the rain   [1] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Muffles the shouts of your neighbour   [1] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Not back to the park   [1] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
The Brown Monk ghost'll catch us   [1] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Especially the crap about the huckleberry masks   [2] In The Park 1980 Grotesque (After the Gramme)
What the papers could not grasp or work out, was his life in a flea brain   [1] In These Times 1988 The Frenz Experiment
In these times - they're both the same   [1] In These Times 1988 The Frenz Experiment
From Elland Road to Venice Pensions and down the Autobahns   [1] In These Times 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Will keep out the trash in which my psychic streets are merged   [1] In These Times 1988 The Frenz Experiment
Get off the ind. est.   [2] Industrial Estate 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Watch out for the lorries as you walk in the gate   [2] Industrial Estate 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
And the crap in the air will fuck up your face   [2] Industrial Estate 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Ask the doctor for some valium   [1] Industrial Estate 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
The word this world from the prams   [2] Inevitable 1999 The Marshall Suite
The peculiar call in the query of   [2] Inevitable 1999 The Marshall Suite
In Burmese right on the calling   [1] Inevitable 1999 The Marshall Suite
The calling   [4] Inevitable 1999 The Marshall Suite
From the law of the planes and the prams   [3] Inevitable 1999 The Marshall Suite
The radio jam said it   [1] Inevitable 1999 The Marshall Suite
Right on the calling   [1] Inevitable 1999 The Marshall Suite
The airwaves   [1] Inevitable 1999 The Marshall Suite
Not since the Spring   [1] Inevitable 1999 The Marshall Suite
I got it off the children of Captain Beefheart   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
They'd been locked in the forest for many years   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
They were retards from the Los Angeles district   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
There was Dave the Eagle   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
And the mad Greek woman, the Hydra   [2] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
They had us trapped in the hills   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
They took the trout replica a bit too far   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Often on the beach they would play for ever and ever   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
In the sandy surf of L.A. County   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Orpheo, the ancient name from Greece   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
So they travelled like the born-again Christians   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Or the Jehovah's Witnesses   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Till they reached the holy town of Ro'dale   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Sauna in the hotels   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Fantastic views of the English countryside   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Their tour guide, Dave, put a stocking over his head, and you couldn't tell the difference   [1] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
The long trail to the Lancashire hilltops   [2] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
Little did they know they were paying by the minute for the tape they were wasting   [2] Insult Song 2007 Reformation Post TLC
The bath clique   [2] Irish 2013 Re-Mit
The women have skins of peach   [1] Irish 2013 Re-Mit
The bath clique is out of reach   [1] Irish 2013 Re-Mit
In the [ ]   [1] Irish 2013 Re-Mit
Make the pledge   [1] Irish 2013 Re-Mit
Laughing in the middle   [2] Is This New 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The last statement with the department of no name   [2] Is This New 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Proved diversible to the authorities   [1] Is This New 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
At the end they tracked them down to a dancing high school   [1] Is This New 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Balti and Vimto and Spangles were always crap, regardless of the look-back bores   [1] It's A Curse 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I answer and take the calls   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
No trouble with the law   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
Pop heroes of the mind   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
Some raise your hopes that it's the new leather thing   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
The broken backs of the real bands   [2] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
Weep for the old glam   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
Year of the average man   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
The Worst died because of you   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
It's the new leather thing   [5] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
Watch the skies, what to think   [1] It's The New Thing 1978 It's The New Thing
(Are you speaking of Ivanhoe the Norman?)   [1] Ivanhoe's Two Pence 1998 Masquerade
(That's the one, yes)   [1] Ivanhoe's Two Pence 1998 Masquerade
In the gut of Mammon   [1] Ivanhoe's Two Pence 1998 Masquerade
The benefit of rest   [1] Ivanhoe's Two Pence 1998 Masquerade
Got yourself into the former battle   [1] Ivanhoe's Two Pence 1998 Masquerade
The happy passes   [1] Ivanhoe's Two Pence 1998 Masquerade
And the standing cup fills   [1] Ivanhoe's Two Pence 1998 Masquerade
(Could do with a fucking chorus, that's the fucking main thing)   [1] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
When the LP came on   [1] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
It erased the brain of the man we held dear   [2] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
The estate and sound   [2] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
It erased the brain of the man we all held dear   [2] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
And the dormant channel of review   [1] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
The dormant channel of review   [1] Jam Song 2013 Re-Mit
What if all the world   [2] Janet vs Johnny 2002 The Fall vs 2003
Droop out the door   [1] Janet vs Johnny 2002 The Fall vs 2003
The discarded columns form a circle   [1] Janet vs Johnny 2002 The Fall vs 2003
It happens all the time   [1] Janet vs Johnny 2002 The Fall vs 2003
What if the world crashed in   [1] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
The people behind you   [1] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
In the lock   [1] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Coming over the mountain   [1] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
They see the star   [1] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
The stars trace   [1] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
The skies reflect   [1] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
From Guineas and the bearded man from the hills   [2] Janet, Johnny + James 2003 The Real New Fall LP
The rabbit killer left his home for the clough   [2] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
And the gravekeeper was out on his rounds   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Jawbone and the air-rifle   [6] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The air-rifle lets out a misplaced shot   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
"Explain, move into the light of the moon"   [2] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
So after eight, I prowl the hills   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The gravekeeper said, "You're out of luck   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Carries the germ of a curse   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Of the Broken Brothers' Pentacle Church   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The rabbit killer did not eat for a week   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
He sees jawbones on the street   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The villagers dance round pre-fabs   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Suck on marrow bones and energy from the mainland   [1] Jawbone And The Air-Rifle 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
And all the mess   [1] Jazzed Up Punk Shit 1982 Hex Enduction Hour (2005 reissue)
The two eyes step   [1] Jazzed Up Punk Shit 1982 Hex Enduction Hour (2005 reissue)
The stinking mess, you made the mess   [2] Jazzed Up Punk Shit 1982 Hex Enduction Hour (2005 reissue)
Which is the way to   [2] Jazzed Up Punk Shit 1982 Hex Enduction Hour (2005 reissue)
(On the Milan to London flight on a cold Italian [ ] their London flight had been delayed by two hours)   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
Standing in the queue, who would've thought that this innovative new idea would've occurred to them   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
(Getting to the front of the queue they discovered they couldn't read their ticket, it had faded in the cold [ ] Italian   [3] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
It occurred to them, standing in an airline queue for the Milan to London flight on a cold Italian Saturday afternoon   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
The Italians certainly like their Sundays   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
This was when the great idea was beginning to dawn on them   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
(The world's small now but a longer schlep)   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
To the Italian extreme cold or heat   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
Anyway, Diane with the cooperation of Dr Dave opened a bureau which not only tattooed your return number to Heathrow on your arm, but also squeaks if you are carrying more Euros into Heathrow   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
(The world's small now)   [2] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
And people who had cash, bringing it back, would be persecuted to the fullest extent   [1] Jetplane 2013 Re-Mit
The next fork is endless   [2] Jim's "The Fall" 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
The road is locked up   [1] Jim's "The Fall" 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
The next bend might lock up   [2] Jim's "The Fall" 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Are the result of all you've given   [1] Jim's "The Fall" 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
There's a by-way to the south   [1] Jim's "The Fall" 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
We are the new Fall and you better have a look cop   [1] Jim's "The Fall" 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
(We are the new Fall)   [1] Jim's "The Fall" 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
Laughing and dancing in Jingle Bell Square, in the frosty air   [1] Jingle Bell Rock 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
They are walking with M&S bags, doing the jingle bell   [1] Jingle Bell Rock 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The jingle bell, that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell rock   [3] Jingle Bell Rock 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
And that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell   [3] Jingle Bell Rock 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
That's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell rock   [3] Jingle Bell Rock 1994 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
They say the sheep's (cool)   [1] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
From Prozac to the internet   [1] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Now is the time of my recompense   [1] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
From the mountains of [ ]   [1] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
But the rhododendrons of the radio   [2] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Following the gang around   [1] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Selection over the phone of questions   [1] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Now is the time of his recompense   [1] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The falseness [ ]   [1] Job Search 2004 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Which is certainly true of the polyocracy   [1] Joker Hysterical Face 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
The sweetest sound she had ever heard was the whinging and crying due to the recession   [3] Joker Hysterical Face 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Let's face it, you don't make the same mistake twice   [8] Joker Hysterical Face 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
By order of the assessor   [1] Joker Hysterical Face 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
When he came home, the hi-fi was playing   [1] Joker Hysterical Face 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
She threw his dinner down on the table   [1] Joker Hysterical Face 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
When he'd finished eating, the hi-fi cried   [1] Joker Hysterical Face 1982 Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
The chewer is pursued   [1] (Jung Nev's) Antidotes 1999 The Marshall Suite
The sports teaching kook   [1] (Jung Nev's) Antidotes 1999 The Marshall Suite
The sports teacher's   [1] (Jung Nev's) Antidotes 1999 The Marshall Suite
The joker says, "Go the opposite way"   [2] Just Step S'Ways 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
The Eastern Bloc rocks to Elton John   [1] Just Step S'Ways 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
To be a celebrity you've gotta eat the past, nowadays   [1] Just Step S'Ways 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Just skip out miss the ice flicks of Bacardi   [1] Just Step S'Ways 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Jump on the back of nicotine   [2] Just Step S'Ways 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
And the young singer's waiting to sing   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
Waiting for the grass to turn green   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
The drunk is waiting for an easy mark   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
The hitchhiker is waiting for a ride   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
And the prisoner is waiting for a prison break   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
And the surfer is waiting for the tide   [2] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
Cos the worm's still waitin' for the early bird   [2] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
And the early bird's waitin' for the worm   [2] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
Just waiting for a finger in the pie   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
Because the night-shift is waiting for the morning   [2] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
And the burglar is waiting for the night   [2] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
Congregation is waitin' for the vicar   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
And the vicar is waitin' for the groom   [2] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
The groom is waiting for his new bride   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
But the bride is waitin' for June   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
The cretin is waitin' for U2 to come on MTV again   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
But the producer is waiting for the blonde bird   [2] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
And the blonde girl's waitin' for him   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
And the worm is waitin' for the grass to turn green   [2] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
While the early bird is waitin' for the worm   [2] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
And I'm putting it on the back-burner for now   [1] Just Waiting 1992 Code: Selfish
You gotta kick the can or I'm sailing some foreign land   [1] Kick The Can 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
You're in the heart of France   [1] Kick The Can 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
You gotta kick the can or descend in some foreign land   [8] Kick The Can 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
You gotta kick the can   [14] Kick The Can 2001 Are You Are Missing Winner
In the marble halls of the charm school   [2] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
Under Marble Millichip, the F.A. broods   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
In the Blues Club, George Best does rule   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
Football fan at the bus stop   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
Treads on the balls of his feet, in the Christmas rush   [2] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
At the back   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
At the top   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
But implications on the club unit   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
Pat McGatt - Pat McGatt, the very famous sports reporter is talking, there   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
Remember, the police are rough!   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
Remember, the unemployed!   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
Remember, don't collect with the rough   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
Kicker, let's swell the facilities   [1] Kicker Conspiracy 1983 Kicker Conspiracy
Cos I'm Kimble, the nimble!   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
But since the Midlands mentality has decided to do all buildings in upholstery   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The people smell (step on my toes!)   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I am Kimble, the nimble   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
(This is Kimble, the nimble)   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
From the depths of ignorance   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
To the soul of the mediocre   [2] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I'm Kimble, the nimble!   [1] Kimble 1992 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
One time I hurt my paw in a warren under the duvet   [2] Kinder of Spine 2013 Re-Mit
Oh judge, judge of the "Persecute Me" talent show   [1] Kinder of Spine 2013 Re-Mit
Green of the green of the bed of the breadcrumb   [3] Kinder of Spine 2013 Re-Mit
Of the judge, judge   [1] Kinder of Spine 2013 Re-Mit
They built the world as we know it, all the systems you traverse   [2] Kurious Oranj 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
They freed the blacks too   [1] Kurious Oranj 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
They made the Jews go to school   [1] Kurious Oranj 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
They sent missionary girls to Arab states, and the sunbaked men did drool   [1] Kurious Oranj 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
They were the Reformation spring   [1] Kurious Oranj 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
And everybody in the world turned Reformation blue   [1] Kurious Oranj 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
And everybody in the world [ ]   [1] Kurious Oranj 1988 I Am Kurious Oranj
Bushes are in disagreement with the heat   [1] L.A. 1985 This Nation's Saving Grace
I sat upon the green grass but it just brought me down   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
And the wife said "get up" and it just brought me round   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Round the ring, this Croat town   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
The gas was obnoxious   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
And the guy said "get up" and it just brought me down   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Above the leaping flames, get right outta here   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
See the epaulette   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Ripped the magazine open, it brought me round   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Green grass was clear in the boundary zone   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Grass faded into Wimpey brick in the ground   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Get right off the ground   [1] Ladybird (Green Grass) 1993 The Infotainment Scan
All life was there, but the path disappears   [1] Laptop Dog 2011 Ersatz GB
Searches all the bins on advice of PC   [1] Laptop Dog 2011 Ersatz GB
Searches all the bins   [2] Laptop Dog 2011 Ersatz GB
Outside the B'n'B   [1] Laptop Dog 2011 Ersatz GB
And the intolerant of laptop craze   [1] Laptop Dog 2011 Ersatz GB
The vocal testament of M.E.S.   [1] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Coming from the little town of Speck Marsden   [1] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
One - Cash - the eternal fork out   [1] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
To keep everything normal is well beyond the capacity   [1] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
This is the focal of M.E.S. locus and Xyralothep   [1] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
They have neither the talent of art nor the instinctive snout of the media   [3] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
The calibrator   [1] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
As it will bring the wrath of the drude quarters   [2] Last Commands of Xyralothep Via MES 2003 The Real New Fall LP
Everyone's in prison or in the army   [1] Last Orders 1977 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
Reading all the books, taking in the news   [2] Last Orders 1977 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
Joke's on them, it's the end of the rap   [2] Last Orders 1977 Short Circuit - Live at the Electric Circus
Goin' around, doin' the town   [4] Latch Key Kid 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
The people took centuries   [1] Latch Key Kid 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
Sent out into the cold again   [1] Latch Key Kid 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
And Dave is asleep again on the bass   [1] Latch Key Kid 2008 Imperial Wax Solvent
On the buses, up the stair, by the television   [3] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Where's the lay of the land, my son   [1] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
What's the lie of the land, my son   [8] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The last Briton on the street   [2] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Hit a quick coach, take the town in Surrey   [1] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Kerb-crawlers, of the worst order   [1] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Sound of old Mary on the waves   [2] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
The good Book of John surrounds the son   [2] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
When the height of culture is a bad stew   [1] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Where's the lay of the land   [2] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
Between the ticker and the mind lies an air-block of wind   [2] Lay of the Land 1984 The Wonderful and Frightening World of...
You know when you end up in some sort of cinema complex, and the person next to you is someone you hate   [1] League Moon Monkey Mix 1993 The Infotainment Scan
All through the walls   [1] League Moon Monkey Mix 1993 The Infotainment Scan
You lives are beyond the pale   [1] League Moon Monkey Mix 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Walk the main drag, splayed   [1] League Moon Monkey Mix 1993 The Infotainment Scan
See the blue baseball hatted, baseball blue hatted   [1] League Moon Monkey Mix 1993 The Infotainment Scan
The great league of bald-headed men   [5] League Moon Monkey Mix 1993 The Infotainment Scan
The league of bald-headed men   [2] League Moon Monkey Mix 1993 The Infotainment Scan
The tables covered in beer   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
Hand on the shoulder in Leicester Square   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
The beds too clean   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
Water's poisonous for the system   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
Leave the capitol!   [5] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
Then you know you must leave the capitol   [5] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
I laughed at the Great God Pan   [2] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
But the monty hides in curtains   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
All the paintings you recall   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
All the side-stepped cars   [1] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
All the brutish laughs from the flat and the wild dog downstairs   [3] Leave the Capitol 1981 Slates
He was talking about his house in the Lake District   [1] Levitate 1997 Levitate
In the greater hospital my friends said HMO times three   [1] Levitate 1997 Levitate
To the mirth that what you think   [1] Levitate 1997 Levitate
The transfer mess backed up two hours   [1] Levitate 1997 Levitate
The snazzy japes of a Basingstoke shot   [1] Levitate 1997 Levitate
Under the green frock   [1] Levitate 1997 Levitate
Below the granite complex   [1] Levitate 1997 Levitate
Well I didn't eat the weekend, but I put the weight back on again   [2] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
And I think I'll cut my dick off, the trouble it got me in   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
I saw John the ex- fox sleeping in some outside bogs   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
There's a silent rumble in the buildings of the night council   [2] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
It's a meeting of controllers, who drive right through the gates in white roll-tops   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
And I guess this goes to show the lie dream of the casino soul   [8] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
And I just suppose this goes to show the lie dream of the casino soul scene   [4] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
And I suppose this just goes to show the lie dream of the casino soul scene   [2] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
I was in the supervision dept of a big town store   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
They had cameras in the clothes dummies   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
A man came up to them, he wanted sex in the dummies eyes   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
Then came up the cry, "security, mobilised!"   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
Meanwhile in the sticks, proles rich, dance in cardboard pants   [1] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
I suppose this just goes to show the lie dream of the casino soul scene   [2] Lie Dream of a Casino Soul 1982 Room to Live (Undilutative Slang Truth!)
Doctor Boring had a relationship with the drug company too   [1] Life Just Bounces 1995 Cerebral Caustic
And I am half related to the Softness Group PLC   [1] Life Just Bounces 1995 Cerebral Caustic
The prescription's filled but I'm unsure of its contents   [1] Life Just Bounces 1995 Cerebral Caustic
And green grow the hedgerows along the walls   [2] Life Just Bounces 1995 Cerebral Caustic
And the cops say, "don't you dare leave your home"   [1] Life Just Bounces 1995 Cerebral Caustic
And your top-knot is in the region of your soul   [1] Life Just Bounces 1995 Cerebral Caustic
Coming up to the dawn here   [1] Light/Fireworks 1993 The Infotainment Scan
It's fireworks, cascading in the sky   [1] Light/Fireworks 1993 The Infotainment Scan
From eight till five the morning   [1] Light/Fireworks 1993 The Infotainment Scan
I still believe in the R-and-R dream   [1] Live at the Witch Trials 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Tied to the Puritan ethic   [1] Live at the Witch Trials 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
But, still, live at the witch trials!   [1] Live at the Witch Trials 1979 Live at the Witch Trials
Trying to wash the black off of my face, but it's ingrained   [1] Living Too Late 1986 Bend Sinister
A grade ace hillbilly must have stump tripod in the genes   [1] Living Too Late 1986 Bend Sinister
I soar through the trees   [1] Living Too Late 1986 Bend Sinister
O'er the poison river locks   [1] Living Too Late 1986 Bend Sinister
I see trouble in the streets   [1] Living Too Late 1986 Bend Sinister
Walk down the devil's boulevard   [1] Living Too Late 1986 Bend Sinister
We walked the path   [1] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
Far from the tower   [1] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
Shoes for the dead   [2] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
Pink dots off the Island of Wight sails   [1] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
Off the Island of Bergen   [1] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
Shoes for the lame   [1] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
Shoes for the lodestones   [1] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
Shoes for the dead!   [1] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
On the lodestones and er, the parish   [2] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
The pill police seen in your, in their stupid badges   [1] Loadstones 2013 Re-Mit
He was the first one to wear a flying jacket and go to a club   [1] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
And she has the general policy of not being seen dead in a pub   [1] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
With all the fashions you filched off faggots   [2] Look, Know 1982 The Fall Box Set 1976-2007
The palace of excess leads to the palace of Access   [2] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
Brick house refurbishment of pubs in the hideaway   [1] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
In the hideaway   [1] Lost in Music 1993 The Infotainment Scan
"What I'm saying to you really, is that the training that you must have in discussion at your own level regarding the existence of God is far greater than everybody that's ringing you tonight"   [2] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
The nice people will remind you, oh yeah   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
When the tired cheerleader   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
The blackbirds shake the hedges   [2] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
On this, the hottest day for ages   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
Doctor, doctor, hit the needle   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
Completely blind are the sentinel's eyes   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
At the back of his mind this demon is hip   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
The demon's grip   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
And the sky moves on   [1] Lucifer Over Lancashire 1986 458489 B Sides
The housing association   [1] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
The MacDonald's seat   [1] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
I'll stick with the gang of one   [1] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
I'll make a stand with the Ludd gang   [1] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
Carve a hole in the rain for yer   [7] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
It's the quiet like death   [1] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
It's the choirette of death   [2] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
I hate the guts of Shakin' Stevens for what he has done   [1] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
The massacre of "Blue Christmas", on him I'd like to land one on   [1] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
But I'll stick with the gang of one   [1] Ludd Gang 1983 Totally Wired - The Rough Trade Anthology
Leading to the agragarian   [1] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
The devil makes work for idle hands   [3] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
And the man who pretends he knows it all   [1] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
That leads to the haywain   [1] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
Now they roam the city   [1] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
M5 to the country straight ahead   [1] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
It's stuffed to the gills with crusty brown bread   [1] M5 #1 1993 Middle Class Revolt
That man knew it, he thought he had lost the plot   [1] Mad.Men-Eng.Dog 1999 The Marshall Suite
Times six, lost the plot   [1] Mad.Men-Eng.Dog 1999 The Marshall Suite
Gone to the Rottweilers   [1] Mad.Men-Eng.Dog 1999 The Marshall Suite
The story - yellow card   [1] Mad.Men-Eng.Dog 1999 The Marshall Suite
The money's in the bank   [2] Mad.Men-Eng.Dog 1999 The Marshall Suite
The mad English dog-man   [1] Mad.Men-Eng.Dog 1999 The Marshall Suite
Saying why the fuck did they object?   [1] Mad.Men-Eng.Dog 1999 The Marshall Suite
Won't call the man for you is all   [1] Mad.Men-Eng.Dog 1999 The Marshall Suite
The ward was arraigned with spats of blood   [1] Mark'll Sink Us (12") 1987 458489 B Sides
The victim, castigate, and yet, part of us   [1] Mark'll Sink Us (12") 1987 458489 B Sides
The thoughts in eyes as seen under a hood   [1] Mark'll Sink Us (12") 1987 458489 B Sides
The crux pretty grasped, yet mostly misunderstood   [1] Mark'll Sink Us (12") 1987 458489 B Sides
I live the black and blue of the night   [2] Mark'll Sink Us (12") 1987 458489 B Sides
The generals have many enemies   [1] Marquis Cha Cha 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
You should hear the rosso-rosso stuff   [1] Marquis Cha Cha 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
The scourge of rosso-rosso   [15] Marquis Cha Cha 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
There's a guard in the annex   [1] Marquis Cha Cha 1982 Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
And The Spirit of Man is a pub I go in   [1] Married, 2 Kids 1992 Code: Selfish
The grim visage   [3] Masquerade 1998 Masquerade
The web descends   [2] Masquerade 1998 Masquerade
The masquerade   [4] Masquerade 1998 Masquerade
The masqueraderie   [2] Masquerade 1998 Masquerade
The fifty percent interest   [1] Masquerade 1998 Masquerade
The grim visage   [3] Masquerade 1997 Levitate
The web descends   [2] Masquerade 1997 Levitate
The masquerade   [6] Masquerade 1997 Levitate
The masqueraderie   [3] Masquerade 1997 Levitate
The fifty percent interest   [2] Masquerade 1997 Levitate
That has the pipe of aluminium sprawling underneath it?   [1] Masquerade 1997 Levitate
The bran ...   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The masquerade   [7] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The masquerade man lives alone   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
He was succeeded by Mahatmed, the marked man   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The destruction is ...   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The destruction is forecast in the Old Testament   [2] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
To the turn of your wit   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The green wire-mesh fence held him in   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
He was mistaken for the man   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
That leaves the tree, into aluminium   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
That leaves the pipes, into aluminium   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The evil entered into your ...   [1] Masquerade 1998 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The night-shift in Spalding Street   [1] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
The respect is worth it   [1] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
One a.m. at the front gate   [1] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
The grill on the wall contains a crowd   [2] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
And the twisted shape you call the laundry post reminds me of my origin   [2] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
Paid for by the NHS, you need it more than the patients for mortgage fees and medical pranks   [2] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
The porter went to move the man   [2] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
But his hands went through the man   [1] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
The porter swears this is true   [2] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
But the thing clings to the acceptance gate   [2] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
The thing clings to the acceptance gate   [4] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
The thing clings to the medical acceptance gate   [2] Medical Acceptance Gate 1993 The Collection
His psyche is in the hearth   [1] Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 1983 Hip Priest and Kamerads
Saw "Man Who Fell to Earth", "History of the World", "Man Who Fell to Earth", "History of the World, Part One"   [2] Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 1983 Hip Priest and Kamerads
His psyche's in the hearth   [1] Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
His dream girl sings adverts for the Weetabix   [1] Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
Saw "Not the Nine O'clock News", "History of the World, Part One"   [2] Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 1982 Hex Enduction Hour
More hands on the tranquillisers   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
I remember the times this was a beginning of a permissive new age   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
But it's the same old cabbage   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The dream was about taking some terrorists out, y’know, bombs etc   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
But the targets could well be your own   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The company money's ran out   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
Fill the rest in yourself   [1] Mess of My (Peel Session version) 1978 The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004
The holy broke and that hanging   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
X is the third consonant   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
And the barbiturates are kicking in   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Where's the bus depot?   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
And the lowest prices is Mexico   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Got me in the taxi, Mark   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Always want to mute the infant here   [1] Mexico Wax Solvent 2010 Your Future Our Clutter
Sublimates the envy to C2s   [1] Middle Class Revolt 1994 Middle Class Revolt
A man, extremely lazy, exhumes the cooked pigeon   [1] Middle Class Revolt 1994 Middle Class Revolt
The evil is not in extremes   [1] Middle Mass 1981 Slates