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  MICHAEL MICMAC MCCRORY (25/01/1954)
 
 
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  13.     

'Geography'

‘Geography’

Why study geography
When you got no place to go
The government has taken all your money
Telling you they need the dough

Why study mathematics
Totalling up amounts
When the government has taken
All your money out of your accounts

Why study English
When you know that the man
Is taking the whole broken country
And flushing it down the pan

I guess we’ll have to study geography
If we want to stay in the human race
When the government sinks this country
We’ll have to find our way
Out of this place

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  14.     

'Heavy winds'

‘Heavy wind’

The wind whistled
To places it had never been
Up and down my trouser legs
Shouldn’t have had so many beans

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  15.     

'Mother in-law'

I saw your mother
Today in Trafalgar Square
She was wearing a nice bonnet
The pigeons shit on it
They didn’t care
I didn’t tell her
Cos I didn’t care
With a silly grin
I just stood there
Then the pigeons shit again
This time on my hair
I saw your mother
Just standing there
With an enormous silly grin
Serves me right
For marrying her daughter
That’s it
I’ve taken all the shit
I am ever going to take
So it’s goodbye to your mother
And goodbye to you
Goodbye my dear
Goodbye
By the way tell your mother
Shit suits her
It’s Just so, so her
 
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  16.     

'Something old, something new'

‘SOMEONE OLD-SOMETHING NEW’

I sat in the cool night air on my balcony
When the sound of voices came a fluttering up to me
I wish one had said, I did that when I was younger
Do it now, you can afford to, you won’t die of hunger

However, alas, I am too old to do it now
What? Too old, at fifty, you are only just alive
If I had the chance to do it, I would, but
I am too old, at three score years and five

I’ll tell you what, let’s do it together
Let’s dance a swift fandango
Forget our ages we’ll go ahead
Then we will dance the tango

They found they could do something new
The tango led to other dances
Just shows you what you can do
If only you take the chances

MICMAC
 
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