The Clash:Groovy Times Lyrics

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Groovy Times

This song is by The Clash and appears on the box set Clash on Broadway (1991) and on the album Super Black Market Clash (1994).

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Groovy Times
The high street shops are boarded up
An' the terrace it is fenced in
See-through shields are walled across
The way that you came in
But there's no need to get excited

As the lorries bring the bacon in
'cos the housewives are all singing
Groovy times are here again

They discovered one black saturday
That mobs don't march they run
So you can excuse the nervous triggerman
Just this once for jumping the gun
As they were picking up the dead
Out of the broken glass
Yes it's number one, the radio said
Groovy times have come to pass!

Groovy times groovy times groovy times

The intake is on the uptake
The acceleration's pretty grim
I can remember his first appearance
Now look what's happened to him
So they put him in a dog suit
Like from 1964
The king of early evening tv
Groovy times forever more

Groovy times

Written by:

Joe Strummer and Mick Jones

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