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Poor Blades have got little to cheer

The play offs or nothing I fear

They sell off the best

And rely on the rest

Thought they'd learn after failing last year

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Ding dong the wicked witch is dead I tell you true

It certainly didn't make this old heart to be blue

A state funeral is being discussed

I for one am definitely not fussed

Drop her down a pit they're empty now, old moo

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She was proud to wear the rosette of blue

Even turned old Labour into the Conservative New

So, you know it makes sense

Come on, jump oer fence

Conservatives are BEST! You KNOW that is true :D

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Jim versus Lin looks on the cards

A battle royale between the two bards

Be it red,be it blue

Whatever the hue

Who will win and will they stay pards.?

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A quick visit back, for a picture to paint

A beautiful lady, she's gentle and quaint

The best we have had

And now I'm so sad

Goodbye Margaret Thatcher, your Britains true saint x

 

My feelings on this are with Jim:

His thoughts are a credit to him.

Some others may shout -

(Do they know what about?)

'Empty Vessels...' is not just a whim.

 

Think on...

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I think I'm being scolded by T.

And the lady is chastising me

So it's one nil to Jim

What good news for him

And from now on i'm politics free.......:hihi::hihi:

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Don't thee go and desert me now me old

I need another red supporter in the fold

Or Jim and T will scare me silly

So please don't be chicken Billy

Drop her down a pit now shes coaled

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I remember a time, oer thirty years back

When Unions were mafias, tought workers to slack

Then along came a dame

Made unions go lame

And for the first time in history, put British Steel in the black

 

She did the same for many more

Showed King Arthur the door

Let me buy my own pad

For that, I was glad

And the Argies, she mopped up the floor

 

She was hated by millions, the whole of the land?

But when it came to the vote, we all thought her grand

She was re voted twice

Made her prime minister thrice

So the few that are singing, it's alone that you stand

 

It's time you moved on and put it to rest

Like your old donkey jacket and dirty string vest

The facts are quite clear

We held her so dear

And for Britain, that girl did her best.

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From a mining community I am

We had to beg for bread and for jam

She brought nothing but tears

And now down the years

About her I don't give a damn.

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From a mining community I'm not, I admit

But I remember when bread and milk was like rocking horse s hit

Come to think of it

So was a light that was lit

Everyone was calling the strikes, including your friends down the pit

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I know where you are coming from

But at the time I was a Mom

And how a woman could contemplate

Giving a child an empty plate

Not just for breakfast and for lunch and for tea.

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I was there abouts at the same time

The streets full of rubbish, a nation of grime

We can go on all night

But I don't want a fight

You back the unions and I'll stick with the one so sublime :D

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