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    Mike,

    I thought it was one of England's traditions post-WWII: drunken, rampaging male youth.

    But seriously, the police are obviously afraid.....

    Whenever there is an over-reaction, it usually represents a guilt mechanism. It's a joyful day when you can report all the way up and down the bureaucratic ladder that you've nabbed 3 hoodlums responsible for (untold) damage.
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    The distant echo -
    of faraway voices boarding faraway trains
    To take them home to
    the ones that they love and who love them forever
    The glazed, dirty steps - repeat my own and reflect my thoughts
    Cold and uninviting, partially naked
    Except for toffee wrapers and this morning's paper
    Mr. Jones got run down
    Headlines of death and sorrow - they tell of tomorrow
    Madmen on the rampage
    And I'm down in the tube station at midnight
    I fumble for change - and pull out the Queen
    Smiling, beguiling
    I put in the money and pull out a plum
    Behind me
    Whispers in the shadows - gruff blazing voices
    Hating, waiting
    Hey boy they shout - have you got any money?
    And I said - I've a little money and a take away curry,
    I'm on my way home to my wife.
    She'll be lining up the cutlery,
    You know she's expecting me
    Polishing the glasses and pulling out the cork
    And I'm down in the tube station at midnight
    I first felt a fist, and then a kick
    I could now smell their breath
    They smelt of pubs and Wormwood Scrubs
    And too many right wing meetings
    My life swam around me
    It took a look and drowned me in its own existence
    The smell of brown leather
    It blended in with the weather
    It filled my eyes, ears, nose and mouth
    It blocked all my senses
    Couldn't see, hear, speak any longer
    And I'm down in the tube station at midnight
    I said I was down in the tube station at midnight
    The last thing that I saw
    As I lay there on the floor
    Was Jesus Saves painted by an atheist nutter
    And a British Rail poster read Have an Awayday - a cheap holiday -
    Do it today!
    I glanced back on my life
    And thought about my wife
    'Cause they took the keys - and she'll think it's me
    And I'm down in the tube station at midnight
    The wine will be flat and the curry's gone cold
    I'm down in the tube station at midnight
    Don't want to go down in a tube station at midnight
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