This is a gentle rant at the diminishing quality of British bread, which can be interpreted as a metaphor for change not always equating with progress. Written as always by Smethurst himself, he sings and accompanies himself on his acoustic guitar.
The song was published as "I Can't Get A Nice Loaf of Bread" in the 1966 Dick James Music anthology Songs of The Singing Postman Allan Smethurst Souvenir Album.
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