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THERE GOES A TENNER Kate Bush Okay, remember. Okay, remember That we have just allowed Half an hour To get in, do it, and get out. The sense of adventure Is changing to danger. The signal has been given. I go in. The crime begins. My excitement Turns into fright. All my words fade. What am I gonna say? Mustn't give the game away. We're waiting. We're waiting. We're waiting. We got the job sussed. This shop's shut for business. The lookout has parked the car, But kept the engine running. Three beeps means trouble's coming. I hope you remember To treat the gelignite tenderly for me. I'm having dreams about things Not going right. Let's leave in plenty of time tonight. Both my partners Act like actors: You are Bogart, He is George Raft, That leaves Cagney and me. ("What about Edward G.?") We're waiting. We're waiting. We're waiting. You blow the safe up. Then all I know is I wake up, Covered in rubble. One of the rabble Needs mummy. ("What's all this then?") The government will never find the money. ("What's all this then?") I've been here all day, A star in strange ways.* Apart from a photograph They'll get nothing from me, Not until they let me see my solicitor. Ooh, I remember That rich, windy weather When you would carry me, Pockets floating In the breeze. Ooh, there goes a tenner. Hey, look! There's a fiver. There's a ten-shilling note. Remember them? That's when we used to vote for him.


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