Sports team - Lander

Oh, you've been waiting for a while
Tell me about the Aldershot Municipal Gardens
Do you think sometimes on weekends
When it gets light you could swim there?
Well maybe if the water was clear

I've been taking some time to myself
I've been thinking a lot
But mainly outside of the box
I really hope that my business speak worked
And I get the job
'Cause I really need one

Yeah, I've been waiting in a dark suit for awhile
Down there in Aldershot, Camberley or Staines
I think
I've been packing lunches
Deep in boxes
I want to be a lawyer
Or someone who hunts foxes
And I think maybe in a while
I could become a doctor
The ambulances don't run anymore
But it's okay
You can get an Uber there for four pounds fifty-five
And if you can't afford that
Well it only really hurts when it rains
So, other items, probably doesn't matter a lot
I've been thinking a little bit
About that sort of thing
And if you could hopefully agree
I could begin to drag myself free


So, oh, you've been hoping a lot
Working on your poses
And living on a yacht
In your dreams
I know in Camberley, or Aldershot, in Staines
They're in hundreds, underneath municipal bridges
And on the weekends he goes out for a bit
To The Slug And Lettuce or Wetherspoons or that shit
There's no pub in this town anymore
But if you want to do drugs
You could always go to London

Oh, tend to your flowers for awhile
Everything's growing so nicely
July's coming along
I hope that when the winter's finally here
You can sit in your front room
And laugh at your neighbors

Oh, you're a tiny bit old for this
Don't you think, it's gonna to get better
Before too long, or if it doesn't I guess
You'll be six feet under
Wearing your nicest

Writers: Alexandra Greenwood , Benjamin Mack , Henry Young , Alex Rice , Rob Knaggs , Oli Dewdney

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