QueenPatrenia Turner, Royalty Ph.d. Queen Of England

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This Is My England (A lyrics Poem)


This Is My England
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Some people think
I don't have the right
To say it's my England
Before they give in
They want to fuss and fight
Than say it's my England
I've paid for one hundred years and more
Royal slove working, sweat and belts on my back
This is my England (repeat)

THIS PART WILL BE SANG AS A DUET BY QUEEN PATRENIA & KEENG TROYIUS
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So many lied
And were not on our side
To make us be second class
We've survived a hard blow
And we want you to know
That you must face us at last
This is our England (repeat)
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This song is to be sang by The Queen Of England Patrenia Turner, Royalty Phd. and The Keeng Of England Troyius Turner Royalness Ph.d.

Submitted: Monday, December 02, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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The lyrics to the song 'This Is My Country' have been changed by RoylatyPatrenia Turner, Queen Of England and that is who I am. I recorded the original song as a member of an Undercover Christian-Rite group of singers called The Impressions. I was incognito and disguised as the female Curtis Mayfield. Mr. Mayfield is a robotic. I was the lead singer of the R&B group called The Impressions.

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