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As the Towers were demolished at the Stadium of Wembley
Not a dry eye in sight from the fans in assembly
The venue of legends is never no more
But just a mass of old debris that’s strewn on the floor.
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A new Stadium will be built and rise in its place
Of what was called our National disgrace
Although it was worshipped by those who now pine
A monument of disinfectant and the smell of urine.
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Facilities were poor and the prices were high
Aftershocks were felt after buying a pie
Hot dogs and hamburgers were the price of a meal
And the prices of a programmes that didn’t appeal.
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Seventy odd thousand were crammed into the ground
With most drinking beers and swaying around
The queues for the toilets was always too long
And most had a bladder which wasn’t that strong.