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lyrics

When I was an infant
My parents were no different
They would drum into me
Be nice to your brother
Your neighbours and to others
And they will be nice to thee

So I was, and I was and I was – no response
Am I wrong? Am I on the wrong side of history?

I’m with big karma and washed up in the harbour
I chose big karma and washed up in the harbour
I never noticed the way of the wind
Or that evil would win
I’m with big karma and washed up in the harbour
I chose big karma and washed up in the harbour
I never noticed the way of the wind
Or that evil would win

I’ve always been a pleasure
To be around and never
Spoke evil of anyone
Altruistic, giving
Benevolent, forgiving
And waited for the reward

So I was, and I was and I was – no response
Am I wrong? Am I on the wrong side of history?

I’m with big karma and washed up in the harbour
I chose big karma and washed up in the harbour
I never noticed the way of the wind
Or that evil would win
I’m with big karma and washed up in the harbour
I chose big karma and washed up in the harbour
I never noticed the way of the wind
Or that evil would win

I awoke every morn there was no golden dawn
Charity’s overblown when you’re alone
I awoke every morn there was no golden dawn
Charity’s overblown when you’re alone

I’m with big karma and washed up in the harbour
I chose big karma and washed up in the harbour
I never noticed the way of the wind
Or that evil would win
I’m with big karma and washed up in the harbour
I chose big karma and washed up in the harbour
I never noticed the way of the wind
Or that evil would win

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from Failure is Inevitable, released May 17, 2019

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Spray Lancashire, UK

Ric and Jen were members of 21st century pop terrorists The Cuban Boys, who topped John Peel's Festive 50 and the UK singles charts.

Their offshoot project Spray predicted the electropop boom, unfortunately much too early for them to cash in. They released two albums in 2002 and 2006.

In 2016 they released their first full length studio album in 10 years - 'Enforced Fun'.
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