Summer 2007 (four seasons in one day)

The homeless

The hapless

The helpless

The hopeless

The whole mess

The pull through

The lucky few

The me and you

The how to

The scumbag cunts

Cold Fronts Blowing In Off Dublin Bay

The make hay

The whole day

The moolah in the paw

The hoopla

The long shift

The short lift

The publicity stunts

The lack of zest

The roman catholic mess

The ahh bless

Cold fronts blowing in off Dublin Bay

The AKA

The vast array

The lost

The found

The hanging around

The stacked like runts

The messed hair

The damp new pair

The necessary repair

The “see what your man is fucking charging”

Cold fronts blowing in off Dublin Bay

The corrupt politician

The proposition

The propositioned

The lack of opposition

The yes please

The pay freeze

The covered knees mid-riff and breasts (shame really)

The last year was best

The wet lunch inn

The where do you begin

Cold fronts blowing in off Dublin bay

The you shudda been up early like me

The sunrise was amazing

The driving rain

The dull pain

The same wet weekend

The Mac hat and brolly

The wheels right off the trolley

The poor abandoned Molly

The aquaplaning lorry

The smelly duffel coat from 1977

Cold fronts blowing in off Dublin Bay

The circus

The circuit

The taking the biscuit

To heck and risk it

The blink and miss it -that’s the sun son-

The slippery cobbles concrete

The floating debris

The misery the misery the misery

The misery

The think I’ll hit the bunk y’know ignore

Cold fronts blowing in off Dublin Bay

The ecstatic river Liffey

The endless cup of tea

The https://soundcloud.com/user6871443/cup-of-tea

The isobar

The poor cow and farmer

The end is nigh alarmer

The airplane in the sky is out to harm you

The sore arm in countless bars and sure you could refill                            jars out a windaw

The wishing I was a duck: great weather for me and the flock

The memory of “get out in that, ye are not made of sugar                          ye won’t melt”

In these cold fronts blowing in off Dublin Bay.

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