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One Step Beyond...

onster eavy heavy m h e th is is h T street . this! . me in off the that . Watch co ch e at ’v w u ’t yo n if o So ter start Hey you, d und around . ster . You bet so u b st n ie te tt u lis n l el e .W s . One sound . Th feel the heat t . Of madnes to ea g b in y n in ad eg te b -s And you’re ckinest, rock feet . To the ro r u yo ve o m to ! step beyond


My Girl

My girl’s mad at me . I didn’t wanna see th to say . She th e film tonight ought I’d had . I found it hard enough of her lovely to me? . Why can’t sh . But I like to st e see . She’s ay in . And wat and then . My ch t.v. on my ow girl’s mad at m n . Every now e . Been on th hardly said a w e telephone fo ord . I tried an r an hour . We d tried but I co explain? . Why ul d not be heard do I feel this pa . Why can’t I in? . ‘Cause ev understand . S erything I say he doesn’t real . She doesn’t ise . She takes mad at me . W it all the wrong e argued just th way . My girl’s e other night . . We talked an I thought we’d d talked until it got it straight was light . I th we’d talked it ought we’d ag out . reed . I though She says I’m un Now when I try to speak . S t he says that I aware . And no don’t care . w she says I’m weak


Night Boat to Cairo

Night Boat To C airo!! . It’s just go ne noon . Half of the river Nile past monsoon . Here comes . On the banks th e boat . Only ha toothless smile . Only just one lf-afloat . Oarsm m an grins a or e . To this deso the river Nile . D late shore . Last oesn’t seem to ca bo re . No more w at along his last half mile ind in his hair . . The oar snap As he reaches s in his hand . B the sound does efore he reache n’t deafen his sm s dry land . But ile . Just pokes his hand . Floa at wet sand . W ts off down the river Nile . Floa ith an oar in ts off down the river Nile


Believe Me , ry little whisper you hear . Eve at th u d yo or w ve y lo er I u, I tell you, girl, ev to deceive yo Everything that e ain’t no lies er lieve me on Th . be r n ea ca cl u f ysel is true, yo y fe sa I at let me make m th d or goodbyes . Li that . Every w I’m getting my ow hy N w . , s ve too much for lie lo s ou my ds tell me jeal n be . I ask you, that . My frien ll, as dull as ca l they say, . I du al as in W . ke ta ar y de ery . If you is is m in e without you, m m e I don’t know th w . Not to leav , it’s not true . ng e rli on da y at not take me no m th e, m girl fro my way . Pleas ard . I lost my he , t ow no bl y ve guess I’ll be on av ha I a he . Sue’s a name . And I’m takin’ ow kn as t tm n’ is girl called Sue do hr C st cold weather . come back, I ju u word . Will she n’t go on in this ca I . er th ur friends tell yo ge to yself and cheer . Yo . ve lo no of no e oh . I’ve got m no tim a no, no ce a year . It’s es . No no no by od go comes but on y m ow I’m getting jealous lies . N no no no no No no no no,


Land of Hope & Glory . Bridges, Shorty, me sleep . Attention so t ge to t . To ing try s I wa ’ve got a new recrui What’s the time? . . As you can see we r the all a Mo , us l on tel ps d om An . d legs apart Nutty . Jackson, Th ed nds behind backs an ss Ha . gra ry e on glo d me an so pe till this land of ho an innocent man s wa I . re sir su u, yo am I s, . Ye ed it about, story . Who me, sir? ney . If I hadn’t mouth mo a or big po me or so po u ng yo glory . Well, me of a plan . Of earni s land of hope and thi n’t ed Ca . ss t mi fas ve ak ha bre I’d to . without doubt cold shower down sharp at six thirty . A if it doesn’t agree sod . Here you’re up at’s given you . Even wh t ea u yo t es s time gg su I . ty thirty . In between thi have you looking dir tting up until twelve ge years be o e Tw u’r . yo s all ng thi it’s out life, good with you . ‘Cos glory d you can dream ab d An . an m pe roo ho of ur yo d, in lan you stay up attention life . Of to nd sta s pick I thi . to ty en dir Giv do something of me teen age life . drags by . I think I’ll e tim lope n ve en the , d an red l bo rol oke . A bog . I was getting so tch I’ll make me self a sm d wa An n . ca tts u yo bu , y on juic gs at the floor for the evening dra As . e tim ld my co elf ss pa urs to lly . Pass yo stick it . All this helps le with a little bit of be op pe gh ns ou pa thr t h ge wit e I’ll d a little telly . Or danc , learn the game . An ys . Don’t complain e thirty . Off to bed, nin it’s t las g lon with a hint of yesterda at ck s ting there on the clo only for a few second another day . I was sit hope and glory . But of d a , lan s the thi A . ve rty lea I arp at six thi straight to sleep . As gs to let me know, sh rin ll be the e for Be . am I in ecstasy me on, lights out , come on you lot, co two, a six, a ta . Quiet


The Prince Buster, he sold the heat . With a rock-steady beat . An earthquake is erupting . But not in Orange street . A ghost-dance is preparing . You got to help us with your feet . If you’re not in the mood to dance . Step back, grab yourself a seat . This may not be uptown Jamaica . But we promise you a treat . Buster bowl me over with your bogus dance . Shuffle me off my feet . Even though I’ll keep on runnin’ . I’ll never get to Orange street . So I set it up myself to say . For the man who set the beat . So I’ll leave it up to you out there . To get him back on his feet . Buster bowl me over with your bogus dance . Shuffle me off my feet . Even though I’ll keep on runnin’ . I’ll never get to Orange street . Bring back the . Who is the . We want the . Bring back the Prince...aahh!


Hey you seen Jane? . No man, ok I’ll catch the tra in . Can you wait a long time? . No, we gotta ca tch a flight . Well, that’s roo ts man . No man it’s a fruit . So give my stone , I’ll save it for tonight

Tarzan's Nuts


In the Middle of the night Nice man George, newsagent on the corner, . Not very rich, but never any poorer, . Jaunty old George, a happy sixty-three, . Not very tall, but healthier than me. . He whistles timeless tunes as he saunters down the street, . Springs in his legs and elastic in his feet. . But in the middle of the night, . He steals through your garden, . Gives your hosiery a fright, . And doesn’t say pardon . As soft as a breeze, With an arm full of underwear, . On his hands and knees . Dreams about the knicker scare . Hello there George, newsagent on the corner . How’s the old car, yes the climate’s getting warmer . Chatty old George as you get your morning paper . Read about the knicker thief, underwear taker . Bids you ‘Good day’, as you wander out the door . Never closes early, always cleans the floor . But when darkness hits the town . And there’s washing on your line . Get your knickers down . Before the dreaded sign . When the clock strikes eight . And you’re snuggled up in bed . He’ll be at the garden gate . Filling underwear with dread . Nice man George, newsagent on the corner . He was closed today, maybe gone to mow the lawn . I had to go further down the road to get me current bun . Hello - Isn’t that George on page one ? . No it couldn’t be, but yes it is . Difficult to see from these photofits . But they are after him . Of that you can be sure . They’ve called him on the phone . They’ve knocked on his door . But he’s gone away . Gone to stay with some mates . He got the papers early . And saw his own face.


Bed & Breakfast man ind . really m e ’t n id d ago . I d to giv fed . I ha r . I’ve to years e d b e s to u I d At least f course he ha call him a loafe an’t know . I n just c a ed to me . O m re’s a all the ti sofa . They us f his ways . He is dad . e d th n ll u e o ‘r W o y eh to come kip on m en . But some . He didn’t lik his He used . He used to y th a aster at p e c m to in a s d s t d a re e lo e b w e . He off d.A him a ame . H reakfast man at he’d h h s change T . o ’s n y e a h b e heard n’t hav other d ed and Told the ver had . He did . He was the b mend . e his hand ed all he . He earn never showed reakfast man.. e b H d . n game bed a was the was, he


Razor Blade Alley Oooo I did nt talk too much, in to be no fac fool . Mon eys no tim t not at all . but to got The k ask e now how to waste, , the plac or to shoo for the price, I was the way fr e , t up the w Teacher ta om the alle all . You’v ke me to y back to not be se e y h o en comin ur Schoo g Out . Sh er house . Must no l . She led ‘im gonna t e b e s aid I looke give you a seen goin d g in must second h there . Ra elping’ . O mighty but thin . S zor Blade he told m ooo Razo Alley neith the wrong e rB er of us c place . It w ared . It w lade Alley, I’ve bee as my firs shy to ch n as the pri t time, an eck in, bu me d I hope m t this pain a Knight w y last taste time, but of pissing ithout shin razo . I’m just to ing armou dream, flo r on at the rs is cutting in . Oo ating up o oh Felt lik time . She n cloud n razor cuts e ine . Now thought s deeper ev I awake . h e was in a erywhere. She is no where . B ut the


rOCKIN' IN A I used to work nig hts with my dad . It was the best blokes on their bik job I ever had . Un es came through til them . Said “Come on what’s new” . Well down to youth, br come on, come ot he r, see on , Went to the danc come on, let’s ha e like they said I sh ve some fun tonig ould . It cost me a ht . . The band were bob, but it was qu jumpin’ and a-jivin’ ite good around . Their 20 sound . Well com Watt amps really e on, come on, co made a me on, let’s have have a cup of tea some fun tonight and then I’ll chan . Well, I’ll ge me name . An o-ah-on . Till all th d I’ll put my recor e geezers in the fla ds o-aht complain . “Wish gone” is the moan that rockstar bloke . Let’s have some was fun tonight . Sold all m a bike . I found so y records and I bo me blokes who wo ught uld do what I like the hall . He said . I saw the rigger we can rehearse who ran there any time at come on, let’s ha all . Well come on ve some fun tonig , co me on, ht . We’re really rock She says we are ing now, I’ve got the best band she’s a bird . ever heard . I’ve go time . But my mum t a bike and I’m ha keeps saying “Roc ving a k ‘n’ roll’s a crime!” on, come on, let’s . Well come on, co have some fun tonig me ht . (All right, all nig on, come on, let’s ht!) . Well come on have some fun to , come night


mUMMY'S BOY

(Oy !) in the pub, about seven thirty . Mother makes sure that his face ain’t dirty . Him and mother go everywhere . Holds her hand without a care . Lived with mother for fourty years . The neighbourhood said that he must be queer . Normal folk a-just don’t like that . Glad he can’t hear behind his back . When mother dies, he will have a cry . ‘cos he’ll be on his own . He’s frightened stiff, would he come to this? . Will he lose her to the heavenly home? . In the pub, about seven thirty . Mother makes sure that his face ain’t dirty . Him and mother go everywhere . Holds her hand without a care . Lived with mother for fourty years . The neighbourhood said that he must be queer . Normal folk a-just don’t like that . Glad he can’t hear behind his back . When mother dies, he’ll have a cry . ‘cos he’ll be on his own . He’s frightened stiff, would he come to this? . Will he lose her to the heavenly home? . Once went out with a London girl . Dirty weekend in a hotel . Broke it off when she got shirty . She was twelve and he was thirty . Right after that he was bedsore . He wouldn’t go out with girls no more . From that day since, he never has . He wants to do a-something dirty


mADNESS

ll ness, they ca adness, mad M . s, s es n es n ad ad .M call it m mean to me adness, they is what they at they call it h T s, Madness, m . es e n se ad ness, m s plain to It’ ad . M s . es a n h aad s, h out to explain it m ness . I’m ab call it gladnes ad ey m it th ll it ll s, ca es n ey mad s, th adness, I ca ness, madnes madness, m , ad ey M rs . H te . s is es in in n ra m mad their b . Propaganda ne is losing da ministers Madness, an . ag a-That someo p se ro au P . ‘C r you . a-ha-ha ve h o el al ye k s, al w es n a glad hen I know I’m gonn madness . T vy due . I’m is ea h is a th t if o l g el aI’ve ugher, pa-das.W s gonna be to call it madnes It’ ey . n’t th er h s, g u es n ro mad . Oh no, I wo na be gonna suffer ness . It’s gon ’s d o la h g w . ith e .. n w u o d yo fille be the be the one, a. And I won’t u are gonna Yo . da, pa-da-da r ffe su a ho’s gonn be the one w


cHIPMUNKS ARE GO!

One, two, three, four . ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR . us roar . WE’RE TH We’re the Chipm E CHIPMUNKS, HE unks, hear AR US ROAR . So Sound off, CHIPM und off, CHIPMUN UNKS . One, two, thr KS . ee, four . ONE, TW two, three, four . O, THREE, FOUR ONE, TWO, THRE . One, E, FOUR . One, tw have a good time o, THREE, FOUR tonight boys? . YE . D’you P, WE SURE DID . boys? . YEP, WE Do you think the tim SURE DO . Soun e is right, d off, CHIPMUNKS . One, two, three, . Sound off, CHIP four . ONE, TWO, MUNKS THREE, FOUR . On TWO, THREE, FO e, two, three, four UR . One, two, TH . ONE, REE, FOUR . Chipm unks are go!


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