Go Square Go

Album: Glasvegas (2008)
  • If he wants to fight you
    At the school gates
    Half past four grab your bag
    Don't you be late
    Oh, if he wants to hit you
    Hit you in the face
    If he wants to hurt you
    In front of your mates
    If he wants you to run away
    Run away run away
    Don't you fucking run away

    Go square go
    Go square go
    Go square go
    Go square go square go

    Don't you wait for the bell
    To ring ding-a-ling-a-ling
    One step forward then a
    Don't you make me
    Go down to the pub
    With all my mates knowing
    Some individual smashed you up
    You know its something
    That you'll have to face
    Face to face
    Man to man
    Here and now
    Biff bang pow


    I don't really feel too good
    My heart is beating faster
    My dad told me
    Not to come home
    If I don't kill this bastard
    My dad is right, my dad is right
    My dad is right, my dad is right
    Win, lose or draw the fight
    This bullying has got to stop tonight

    Here we, here we, here we, here we,
    Here we, here we fucking go
    Here we, here we, here we, here we,
    Here we, here we fucking go [Repeat: x12] Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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  • Darren from Aberdeenshire, United KingdomA "Square Go" is Scottish slang for a fight.
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