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  • louisaatje
    sorry, flauwtjes
    verf: Glad to be gay


    Tom Robinson
    This song was originally written by Tom Robinson for the London Gay Pride march in 1976. It was released in 1978 as one of a four tracks EP called "Rising Free". BBC Radio 1 refused to play this song and instead played the less controversial opening track "Don't Take No For An Answer".

    The British Police are the best in the world
    I don't believe one of these stories I've heard
    'Bout them raiding our pubs for no reason at all
    Lining the customers up by the wall
    Picking out people and knocking them down
    Resisting arrest as they're kicked on the ground
    Searching their houses and calling them queer
    I don't believe that sort of thing happens here

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    Pictures of naked young women are fun
    In Titbits and Playboy, page three of The Sun
    There's no nudes in Gay News our last magazine
    But they still find excuses to call it obscene
    Read how disgusting we are in the press
    The News of The World and the Sunday Express
    Molesters of children, corruptors of youth
    It's there in the paper, it must be the truth

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    Don't try to kid us that if you're discreet
    You're perfectly safe as you walk down the street
    You don't have to mince or make bitchy remarks
    To get beaten unconscious and left in the dark
    I had a friend who was gentle and short
    Got lonely one evening and went for a walk
    Queerbashers caught him and kicked in his teeth
    He was only hospitalised for a week

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    So sit back and watch as they close all our clubs
    Arrest us for meeting and raid all our pubs
    Make sure your boyfriend's at least 21
    So only your friends and your brothers get done
    Lie to your workmates, lie to your folks
    Put down the queens and tell anti-queer jokes
    Gay Lib's ridiculous, join their laughter
    'The buggers are legal now, what more are they after?'

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way
  • sneakers1982
    Je afkappingsteken staat verkeerd -> 't is een janet.
    Voor de rest, mja... zie louisaatje...
    verf: Glad to be gay


    Tom Robinson
    This song was originally written by Tom Robinson for the London Gay Pride march in 1976. It was released in 1978 as one of a four tracks EP called "Rising Free". BBC Radio 1 refused to play this song and instead played the less controversial opening track "Don't Take No For An Answer".

    The British Police are the best in the world
    I don't believe one of these stories I've heard
    'Bout them raiding our pubs for no reason at all
    Lining the customers up by the wall
    Picking out people and knocking them down
    Resisting arrest as they're kicked on the ground
    Searching their houses and calling them queer
    I don't believe that sort of thing happens here

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    Pictures of naked young women are fun
    In Titbits and Playboy, page three of The Sun
    There's no nudes in Gay News our last magazine
    But they still find excuses to call it obscene
    Read how disgusting we are in the press
    The News of The World and the Sunday Express
    Molesters of children, corruptors of youth
    It's there in the paper, it must be the truth

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    Don't try to kid us that if you're discreet
    You're perfectly safe as you walk down the street
    You don't have to mince or make bitchy remarks
    To get beaten unconscious and left in the dark
    I had a friend who was gentle and short
    Got lonely one evening and went for a walk
    Queerbashers caught him and kicked in his teeth
    He was only hospitalised for a week

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    So sit back and watch as they close all our clubs
    Arrest us for meeting and raid all our pubs
    Make sure your boyfriend's at least 21
    So only your friends and your brothers get done
    Lie to your workmates, lie to your folks
    Put down the queens and tell anti-queer jokes
    Gay Lib's ridiculous, join their laughter
    'The buggers are legal now, what more are they after?'

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way
  • SabineLuypaert
    helaas sluit mijn gevoel aan bij de vorigen
    verf: Glad to be gay


    Tom Robinson
    This song was originally written by Tom Robinson for the London Gay Pride march in 1976. It was released in 1978 as one of a four tracks EP called "Rising Free". BBC Radio 1 refused to play this song and instead played the less controversial opening track "Don't Take No For An Answer".

    The British Police are the best in the world
    I don't believe one of these stories I've heard
    'Bout them raiding our pubs for no reason at all
    Lining the customers up by the wall
    Picking out people and knocking them down
    Resisting arrest as they're kicked on the ground
    Searching their houses and calling them queer
    I don't believe that sort of thing happens here

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    Pictures of naked young women are fun
    In Titbits and Playboy, page three of The Sun
    There's no nudes in Gay News our last magazine
    But they still find excuses to call it obscene
    Read how disgusting we are in the press
    The News of The World and the Sunday Express
    Molesters of children, corruptors of youth
    It's there in the paper, it must be the truth

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    Don't try to kid us that if you're discreet
    You're perfectly safe as you walk down the street
    You don't have to mince or make bitchy remarks
    To get beaten unconscious and left in the dark
    I had a friend who was gentle and short
    Got lonely one evening and went for a walk
    Queerbashers caught him and kicked in his teeth
    He was only hospitalised for a week

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    So sit back and watch as they close all our clubs
    Arrest us for meeting and raid all our pubs
    Make sure your boyfriend's at least 21
    So only your friends and your brothers get done
    Lie to your workmates, lie to your folks
    Put down the queens and tell anti-queer jokes
    Gay Lib's ridiculous, join their laughter
    'The buggers are legal now, what more are they after?'

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way
  • Innerchild
    Janetten zijn lief !
    Geen wonder dat ze succes hebben bij de vrouwen ... ;-)
    verf: Glad to be gay


    Tom Robinson
    This song was originally written by Tom Robinson for the London Gay Pride march in 1976. It was released in 1978 as one of a four tracks EP called "Rising Free". BBC Radio 1 refused to play this song and instead played the less controversial opening track "Don't Take No For An Answer".

    The British Police are the best in the world
    I don't believe one of these stories I've heard
    'Bout them raiding our pubs for no reason at all
    Lining the customers up by the wall
    Picking out people and knocking them down
    Resisting arrest as they're kicked on the ground
    Searching their houses and calling them queer
    I don't believe that sort of thing happens here

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    Pictures of naked young women are fun
    In Titbits and Playboy, page three of The Sun
    There's no nudes in Gay News our last magazine
    But they still find excuses to call it obscene
    Read how disgusting we are in the press
    The News of The World and the Sunday Express
    Molesters of children, corruptors of youth
    It's there in the paper, it must be the truth

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    Don't try to kid us that if you're discreet
    You're perfectly safe as you walk down the street
    You don't have to mince or make bitchy remarks
    To get beaten unconscious and left in the dark
    I had a friend who was gentle and short
    Got lonely one evening and went for a walk
    Queerbashers caught him and kicked in his teeth
    He was only hospitalised for a week

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way

    So sit back and watch as they close all our clubs
    Arrest us for meeting and raid all our pubs
    Make sure your boyfriend's at least 21
    So only your friends and your brothers get done
    Lie to your workmates, lie to your folks
    Put down the queens and tell anti-queer jokes
    Gay Lib's ridiculous, join their laughter
    'The buggers are legal now, what more are they after?'

    Sing if you're glad to be gay
    Sing if you're happy that way
  • Lucky
    zonde van de ruimte die je hier verspilt verf als reactie op de fb's

    ik bereid me al was voor op weer een copy paste actie ...
    verf: HI HI
  • erinneke
    I hear you
    verf: hi hi
  • dichtduvel
    Heel goed verf! Grtz, Jef
    verf: Heel goed! Grtz, Jef
  • JC
    eens een janet altijd een slet :-)
    verf: zeker is zeker
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