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Mailer: Elm [revision: 70.85] The Flight of Earls CAPO none C G7 C G C I can hear the bells of Dublin, In the lonely waiting room F Gsus4 G And the paper boys are singing in the rain C G7 C G C Not too long before they take us, to the airport and the noise F G7 C To get on board that transatlantic plane G F C We've got nothing left to stay for, We have no more left to say F G And there isn't any work for us to do C G7 C G C So farewell ye boys and girls, another bloody flight of Earls G7 C Aaragh, this passage is our best export too It's not murder, fear or famine, that makes us leave this time, We're not going to join McAlpines fusiliers We've got brains, and we've got visions, we've got education too, But we just can't waist these precious years So we walk the streets of London, and the streets of Baltimore, And we meet at night at several Boston bars We're the leaders of the future, but we're far away from home And we dream of you beneath the Irish stars As we look on Ellis island, and the Lady in the Bay As Manhatten turns to face another Sunday We're wondering what you're doing, for to bring us all back home As we look forward to another Monday Because it's not the work that scares us, We don't mind an honest job And I know things will get better once again So a thousand times Adieu We've got Bono and U2 All we're missing is the Guiness and the rain So switch off your new computers, for the writings on the wall We're leaving as our fathers did before Take a look at Dublin airport, or the boat theat leaves North Wall There'll be no youth unemployment anymore Because we're over here in Queensland, and parts of New South Wales We're on the seas and airways and the trains But if we see better days, those big airplanes go both ways And we'll all be coming back to you again Yes, we'll all be coming back to you again -- Wes Jester ......Technological progress is like an axe in the hands of ......a pathological criminal. Albert Einstein