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Hello, we’re Mike Moran and Lynsey De Paul

…and we’ve just got one thing to say about the current health of the economy and the public’s opinion of elected politicians. Take it away Ronnie!

Tragedies? We got 'em

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  1. bob simms

    May 16, 2009 at 6:06 am

    Yes, 32 years ago and things still haven’t changed!

  2. Martin Lewis

    May 17, 2009 at 2:34 pm

    That crappy song was an undisguised plea for a change of government. Who did we wind up with? Margaret Bloody Thatcher, that’s who?

  3. Glenn Aylett

    June 12, 2009 at 7:19 pm

    Not a bad song, though, but I wasn’t surprised after this coded attack on the Labour government Lynsey de Paul emerged as a celebrity Tory and composed a song for the 1983 election. However, this detracts from some ultra Cream moments in her career when she appeared on TOTP to perform her hit Won’t Somebody Dance with Me and danced with Tony Blackburn and on the record version the spoken part is done by Ed Stewart and also was a regular on all the top entertainment shows of the day, including a magic trick with David Nixon where she disappears. I quite like her.

  4. Glenn Aylett

    June 14, 2009 at 4:37 pm

    This was Mike Moran’s only chart appearance and he is better known for producing Freddie Mercury’s solo albums and for TV themes. The theme tune to New Tricks is written by him and is quite a musical gem.
    Lynsey was famous for her celebrity boyfriends and her beautiful face- she’s still attractive now- in the seventies but these days is better known for writing articles for the Daily Mail, appearing on chat shows and is a martial arts expert who makes unarmed combat videos for women. Quite an interesting lady and someone I would like to meet.

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