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LIVERPOOL SCENE, Discography, Mike Hart, Andy Roberts, Adrian Henri
Deep in sleep I dream
And wake, remembering
The day we walked to the shop
and then went to chapel
and said our prayers.
Had tea and toast with a kind old lady
Bought some rolls and went
back to the party and read the Sunday
papers, some poems of Roger McGough,
Adrian Henri and then went home.
Tonight at noon Supermarkets will advertise 3p extra on everything Tonight at noon Children from happy families will be sent to live in a home Elephants will tell each ohter human jokes America will declare peace on Russia World War I generals will sell poppies on the street on November 11th The first daffodils of autumn will appear When the leaves fall upwards to the trees Tonight at noon Pigeons will hunt cats through city backyards Hitler will tell us to fight on the beaches and on the landing fields A tunnel full of water will be built under Liverpool Pigs will be sighted flying in formation over Woolton And Nelson will not only get his eye back but his arm as well White Americans will demonstrate for equal rights In front of the Black house And the monster has just created Dr. Frankenstein Girls in bikinis are moonbathing Folksongs are being sung by real folk Art galleries are closed to people over 21 Poets get their poems in the Top 20 There's jobs for everybody and nobody wants them In back alleys everywhere teenage lovers are kissing in broad daylight In forgotten graveyards everywhere the dead will quietly bury the living and You will tell me you love me Tonight at noon