|

How low can we go?

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 I don’t care, who are you? You still couldn’t quite sell
it out, you did nothing to shout about, you may be above
us but you still look up to us, we only see you if we look
for you; we’re the grass that’s greener, the well-to-do
neighbour; keeping up with the Joneses? You’ve a way to
go, ’78 since you won this show, 26 years and it’s you that
remembers us. What we remember is Laws, we don’t care
who scores, we just wanna laugh at Laws. So is it a tragedy,
a Glanford Park catastrophe? No, no not really, we often
lose away I’m sorry to have to say, so if you think you’re
making us pay…join the queue, move to the end, you’re
just a small part of our downward trend.

2

Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/how-low-can-we-go/