Lyrics by Gerry Norman

I am here and I am there
My face is everywhere
I hear my name a lot
But I quite like my family name
And I enjoy the shame I bring to it

Come back to Paris I’m still here
By the carousel of fear
Red wine by the Seine
Mahogany veneer yet you will only hear
These feelings when I’m lit

Come join us here by the overgrown
Old grass tennis court I think that it’s our own
We’ll stay here for hours cause no-one knows it’s here but us

You made the bus disappear
Future kings of Spain were near
You made me laugh to tears
I urinated in the room so I clearly thought that you
Would run for miles
Edinburgh’s sky lines clear
Arthur’s memories are dear
Your mother is here with us
Although now not in flesh
I’m sure that she would bless me as a son in law

Come join us here by the overgrown
Old grass tennis court I think that it’s our own
We’ll stay here for hours cause no-one knows it’s here but us

This paradise is now disused
Except by summer drinking youths
Whose parents aren’t aware
But I can’t help but drift away
To a tournament back in the day
And I’m cheering you on

Come join us here by the overgrown
Old grass tennis court
It is ours today
Happy puppy barks
Little red flanger and you and I

Come join us here by the overgrown
Old grass tennis court I think that it’s our own
We’ll stay here for hours
No-one knows it’s here but us