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Old June 11th 05, 04:57 PM
Simon Mason
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Default The Nits - Bike in Head.

The Amsterdam group The Nits in concert in 1986 with their cycling song
"Bike In Head"

http://www.swldxer.co.uk/bikeinhead.mp3

The Nits- Bike In Head
(Hofstede/Kloet/Stips - Hofstede)

Wake me up
Sunray
On this bright sunny summerday
Leave my bed
Bike in head

Clear blue sky
Bird and kite
On this day
Time is on my side
Someone said
Bike in head

On a shadow lane
Between big trees
Bike-chain spins
And frame freezes

I have seen the villages in green
Meadows cut by ditches in between
Lines I've read
Bike in head

Can't you hear
Can't you hear what they say
Can't you hear
Artis bought an elephant today

Wake me up
Sun-ray
On this bright sunny summerday
Leave my bed
Bike in head

Is this the real world!
Am I alive
Is this the real world!
Am I alive
Is this the real world!
Is this the real world!


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