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    Manic Street Preachers Elvis Impersonator_ Blackpool Pier текст песни

    Elvis Impersonator_ Blackpool Pier

    20ft. high on Blackpool promenade

    Fake royalty second hand sequin facade

    Limited face paint and dyed black quiff

    Overweight and out of date

    20ft. high on Blackpool promenade

    Fake royalty second hand sequin facade

    Limited face paint and dyed black quiff

    Overweight and out of date

    Oh well

    American trilogy in Lancashire Pottery

    American trilogy in Lancashire Pottery

    Is so fucking funny, don’t you know

    Is so fucking funny, don’t you know

    All American trilogy in used up cars and bottled beer

    All American trilogy the futures dead, fundamentally

    It’s so fucking funny, it’s absurd

    It’s so fucking funny, it’s absurd

    20ft. high on Blackpool promenade.

    I wish I was in Dixie

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    In Dixie Land, I’ll take my stand

    To live and die in Dixie

    [Excerpt taken from the song 'Dixie' by Daniel D. Emmett (1859)]



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