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Said Simple Simon to the pie man,
"Can I try your wares?"
Hot cross buns, double cross buns,
Same old tale with the same old end,
Same old story with the same outcome,
You've got to look out,
Look out - look out and look out,
For the sting in the tale,
Sting in the tale...

Duke of York had ten thousand men,
Marched them round and around again.
Marched them up to the top of the hill,
Men got killed and the Duke went riding home again.
Ten thousand voices calling - "Look out!"
For the sting in the tale,
Sting in the tale...

Simple Simon and the pie man,
Duke of York and his men,
Giants and ogres and the boys in blue,
Same old story with the whole damn crew,
Same old tale with the same old end,
Same old story with the same outcome,
You've got to look out,
Look out-look out, and look out,
Look out - look out and look out - look out
And look out - look out and look out,
For the sting in the tale,
Sting in the tale.

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from Good Technology (1982​-​1984), track released November 1, 1984
Kidd/Lewis

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Red Guitars Hull, UK

Red Guitars were a product of the vibrant Hull music scene of the late 1970s. Encouraged by a review of their demo tape in the Melody Maker the band recorded a single, Good Technology, and released it on their own Self Drive label. John Peel played it on the radio, Tyne Tees Television filmed them for the Tube and Johnny Marr invited them to tour with the Smiths. They were up and running. ... more

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