Cellular Material

Album: London Road (2011)
  • What does a journalist call semen if he is not allowed to use the actual word? How about cellular material? Like all the other songs from London Road, this has music by Adam Cork and lyrics by Cork and Alecky Blythe, although the actual lyrics are taken from the reports of Sky News reporter Simon Newton on the trial of Steve Wright with some comment by another man and a woman, and towards the end, other members of the Company. Coincidentally, the case was prosecuted by Peter Wright QC. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England
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