By Bruce Hodder
We've got cigarettes and lager
and a lousy education.
We watch the telly every night
and practice masturbation.
We lost the only jobs we had
cos we were never punctual.
We laughed when we were disciplined
The boss called us presumptual.
And girls? The only girls we have
are spotty, with big arses.
They're thick as us, and laugh at kids
with asthma, blokes with glasses.
We dream of fancy cars and guns
and riding round the streets
like Snoop or Fifty Cent, the speakers
pounding out some beats.
But since we can't afford a car
we have to do with buses.
We slouch in seats to show we're tough
and perv on all the lasses.
We're children of the age of Blair.
It's all we'll ever be.
When he has gone, our empty lives'll
be his legacy.
We're small but hard, and when we come
into a pub, you fuckers,
you better let us have your seats
or we will cause a ruckus.Bruce Hodder's Myspace Page