Stuart Roy McIVOR
South West One One - Night Relief
South West One One,
At the nick.
A call for help?
Duty officer wants to know what's on.
Dry mouth, slow eyes,
South West Eleven Three a.m,
Tyres on wet outside,
White sports car,
Dolly girl with sheepskin bloke,
Stop line overreving,
Smoke, fag ends, sweat,
And Seven Twenty Six,
Car, house, kids,
Landlord and tenant misunderstanding,
South West Eleven,
Over to you - Four Eighty Two.
Over South West One One,
B.A.C. One Eleven,
Noise abatement agitator,
Can't you fly no higher.
Dawn on way, Pavement drying
Heard a baby crying,
Red bus, Red eyed coppers,
Clapham Common 'queers' gone home,
Switchboard operator too.
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