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"Alan Ball"

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The Lyrics

Uwe threw his boots away
When the scousers knocked the blues for six.
What's more, he didn't even score
And returned to find his car on bricks.
None of the board has any money
For players to stop the blues from going down.
Each week the manager will squeek
That the crisis will be sorted out.
It's not fair, the trophy room is bare
While United's room is hammered out.
None of the board has any money
For players to stop the blues from going down.
And all the fans that watch the match are whining
'Cos City never make a decent signing.
There are many teams that they
Would like to score against.
But they don't know how...
He's complainin'!
The underpants he wears will strain him.
But Alan Ball
Will win #### all

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Jimmy J. - March 23, 2003 - Report this comment
Big F%7$(#' piece of s&!@!!!
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