how long you been on drugs love
about nine years last week
that’s a long time
since I was sweet thirteen and cute man
look at this place it’s such a mess
it’s my flat, what’s it to you
you can’t want to live like this, do you?
what’s the fuck’s it got to do with you
about the rubbish in the back
they want to mind their own business
it’s just stuff, that’s all
and if it’s strewn around, it’s mine
the way you wouldn’t keep it
it ain’t your’s to keep it’s mine and it’s kept how I like it yeah?
so where’d you buy it from, who’s your dealer?
yeah? I’m going to tell you that am I?
I found it in a park, lying on a bench
one day that’s where we’ll find you love
beaten up and cold or worse
well I don’t feel fuck so what’s that to me
arrest me if you want
send me on your courses
you’ll get bored, you’ll chuck me out
because you don’t care
like no one else does
There are people in this country, that fall through the gaps, and lie there. There are laws against what they do, so they get arrested. It’s not considered serious, so they don’t stay inside for long. They are soon out, back into the same life. They make life crap for themselves, and everyone around them. Do we actually do anything to stop it happening again? Not really, we can’t afford to give them any support to get out of the hole they’re in, because we’ve given all the cash to the banks. So we punish them by locking them up, it doesn’t work and we all know it, but it still happens.