Mr Tennant’s first lyric

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Mr Tennant’s first lyric

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I went to the same primary school as NT and in about 1968 a pamphlet was produced from poems written by pupils. One by NT is attached - Hot Summer. Can’t quite perceive
his seething resentment of the Holy See but I date say it’s in there. I should that he had only one composition in there whereas I had 3. Somehow I failed to become an international pop star. Where’s the justice?
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Wow. That second stanza reminds me of the Paninaro '95 video.

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Wow that's fascinating. Do you have any anecdotes that you wouldn't mind sharing?

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Nice! What a great find.

A reprint of the book will now be called: 100 lyrics and two poems.

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