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lyrics

I dreamed I saw Bob Crow last night,
Alive as you or me
Said I, “But Bob, you're two years dead,”
“I never died,” says he.
“I never died,” says he.

“The papers, Bob,” says I to him
Him standing by my bed.
“They said you had a heart attack.”
Said Bob, “But I ain't dead.

“The Evening Standard killed you, Bob,
They ground you down,” says I.
“Takes more than that to kill a man,”
Says Bob. “I didn't die.”

And standing there as large as life
And smiling with his eyes,
Says Bob, “What they could never kill
Goes on to organise.”

“Bob Crow ain't dead,” he says to me.
“Bob Crow ain't never died.
When working folk are out on strike
Bob Crow is by their side.”

From Dollis Hill to Tooting Bec,
From Woodford to Heathrow,
Where working folk defend their rights
It's there you'll find Bob Crow.

I dreamed I saw Bob Crow last night
Alive as you or me.
Said I, “But Bob, you're two years dead.”
“I never died,” says he.

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from Old Blue Witch, released May 7, 2017

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Fit and the Conniptions London

I'm Wayne Myers, a singer-songwriter from London. I've been recording and performing increasingly misnamed bluesy folk-rock under the name Fit and the Conniptions since December 2005.

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