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finally start that book I've been meaning to read about the French Revolution.

You go and I'll stay. Why would I leave the house to go see some guy who
started an uprising which they called the French Revolution, 
And of course you remember their battle cry, which will never be forgotten

You went
inherit all my power
But beware - the curse will fall upon you
And become your darkest hour"

In the times of 1791
During the French revolution
And proto-rapper who wrote "The Revolution will not be Televised." Much Respect.

Your revolution will not happen between these thighs
Your revolution will not
And proto-rapper who wrote "The Revolution will not be Televised." Much Respect.

Your revolution will not happen between these thighs
Your revolution will not
And proto-rapper who wrote "The Revolution will not be Televised." Much Respect.

Your revolution will not happen between these thighs
Your revolution
And proto-rapper who wrote "The Revolution will not be Televised." Much Respect.

Your revolution will not happen between these thighs
Your revolution will not
And proto-rapper who wrote "The Revolution will not be Televised." Much Respect.

Your revolution will not happen between these thighs
Your revolution
good
In the Charing Cross Road
That's the only thing that happened today
Says the west end jungle code
And all the Germans and all the French
Jam
Usher in the rally cries
Revolution's here again
The emperor's bond's are broken
And free he shall remain

Escape, though narrow was demand
wish I lived in Paris and dreamed in French each night
And had a dozen children and raised them up just right
I wish I was John Lennon, free as a bird
The issue on the table, France is on the verge of war with England
And do we provide aid and troops to our French allies
Or do we stay out of it,
car, how to French inhale your Kools
And now you know that breakin' hearts is easy as breakin' the rules

[Chorus]

You don't remember no
the rebel's heed 
Revolution undermines belief 
My eyes have seen this shit before 
We're barely hangin' by the skin of our teeth 

We've all raped it
I met her in a little French cafe
Legs like a young giraffe
She was sitting reading Baudelaire
Not exactly working class
She had a studio in St.
Stewart Rod
Every Beat Of My Heart
Red Hot In Black
I met her in a little French cafe
Legs like a young giraffe
She was sitting reading
Revolutions and World War Two is it true what they say
That Charles de Gaulle was a hero and Churchill's a Nero
I threw that away

I get up when I like
your mind, run from the spot
Revolution jumping in the parking lot
Shit is so hot that the sun watch
Children by the window with the gun cocked
They
Pick it up prick up the usual amount

No fingerprints no proper names our finest scotch to wash it down
Good french collaborator, we heard you made
of flags half-mast

Raise a glass

I go back to New York and my apprenticeship

I ask for French aid, I pray that France has sent a ship

I stay
Stewart Rod
Every Beat Of My Heart
Red Hot In Black
I met her in a little French cafe
Legs like a young giraffe
She was sitting reading
that we found, it's the find

I rock and bring revolution as the record rotates
earthquake mental states when I drop like nuclear waste
shaking
Stewart Rod
Every Beat Of My Heart
Red Hot In Black
I met her in a little French cafe
Legs like a young giraffe
She was sitting reading
to know
If you would like to take me home
Who'd of thought that a French kiss 
From a Parisian girl could capture an English boy

She comes from

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