Two Door Cinema Club and Madness Reading and Leeds Festival


Two Door Cinema Club and Madness

Kicking off coverage of Reading Festival's second day, Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates introduce young indie darlings Two Door Cinema Club and seasoned festival performers Madness.


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Hello. Welcome to another evening of live music here on BBC Three.

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This is Reading 2011. Ve. It is a beautiful day -- isn't it. It is a

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beautiful day today, isn't it? There is a lovely skyline here.

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There is some fantastic music. We have been lucky to see bands we

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love, Jimmy Wild. You will see some great live performances on the show

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tonight. We are here on BBC Three until midnight. We will give you

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acoustic performances here and some chats as well. That is all on the

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way. Do not go anywhere. It is about BBC Three tonight. We have

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The Strokes... Pulp. It will be a great night of live music. We are

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starting with a quality performance from someone I saw on Jools Holland

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in 2006. He blew me away. Seasick Steve and he has a special friend

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on stage with him, John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin. This is Seasick

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from Led Zeppelin. This is Seasick Steve.

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# I don't know why she love me # She's full of lightning

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# She's my buried treasure # I don't know why she love me

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# Smart as a whip # All the boys love her

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# I don't know why she love me but she do

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# I don't know why she love me but it's true

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# Aahhh, ahhh, ahhh, ahhh

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 57 seconds

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# Smart as a whip when she's in school

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# All the boys love her Yeah, it's true

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# I don't know why she love me but she do

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# I don't know why she love me but she do

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# I don't know why she love me but it's true

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# I don't know why she love me

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# I don't know why she love me but she do

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# I don't know why she love me but she do

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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The

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The fantastic

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The fantastic Seasick

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The fantastic Seasick Steve. I did research and all his guitars have

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fantastic names. That guitar is called the three string transwonder.

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You have made that up! We are joined by lovely people now. In the

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Tree House, give it up for Two Door Cinema Club. Are you well? Not bad.

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Are you well? Very well. We will see some of your set in a minute.

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How did it go for you today? went really well. The thing that

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kind of always puts me off being on a Main Stage is the crowd are at

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least 20 metres from where you are playing. I find it hard to get

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involved. I feel it detached to get involved. I can see them singing

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and dancing. I don't feel part of it. I need to watch it again to re-

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live it. Your relationship with Reading started on the Introducing

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Stage, where the crowd are there. Then you moved on to the NME and

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the Main Stage this year. We were on the NME stage last year. We did

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not play Reading the year before, but we played Leeds and played the

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stage which is smaller than the introducing. That was really up

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close and personal. This is a bit of a departure.

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We are used to having everyone close to us. We are not that big

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enough for that big gap. Maybe the big bands love that. We are used to

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the closeness. I looked on Twitter today. One of you guys posted a

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picture of you at the airport, hounded by fans being mobbed.

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were doing a home-coming show in Northern Ireland. We arrived at the

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airport. Our taxi that was supposed to take us there was really late.

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We were hanging around and all these girls had been queuing up and

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waiting in the airport, waiting to meet, I think they were there for

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EllieGoldi -- Ellie Golding. Can we do a close-up of their faces.

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If you see these two young men at an airport, hound them. They want

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to see you and hug you. They wanted to speak to the lead singer, but

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that is fine. Pulp playing later. Are you big fans? I am. I am very

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excited. I have not seen them since... I went to watch them at

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Glastonbury, but it was busy so I could not hear or see anything.

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Hopefully today I will get a better view and hear more. I have memories

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of being a kid and me and my brother singing Pulp songs. You

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know you had ka set players, you had the microphone and you could....

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Play and record at the same time. How did it go from Spice Girls to

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Pulp? I am glad you didn't mention.... Celine Dion. We will

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see some of your set now. Would you like to see it back. I would love

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 57 seconds

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# If I hadn't been there # Look past the blinding light

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# Tell me your favourite things # Difference in opinion

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# Collect all your questions Because this time we've all night

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# And you could see it change

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# Look past the blinding light Look past the blinding light

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# Just keep talking now

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# Tell me your favourite things Tell me your favourite things

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# And you could see it change

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# Look past the blinding light Look past the blinding light

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# Just keep talking now

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# Tell me your favourite things Tell me your favourite things. #

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Reading, how's it

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Reading, how's it going?

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# And she spoke words that would melt in your hands

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# And she spoke words that would melt in your hands

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# And she spoke words of wisdom

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# To the basement people, to the basement, many surprises await you

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# In the basement, people In the basement

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# You hear the last time You know we're gonna find you

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# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

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# Out on the main streets completing your mission

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# You hear the last time You know we're gonna find you

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# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

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# Out on the main streets completing your mission

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# And she spoke words that would melt in your hands

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# And she spoke words of wisdom

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# To the basement people, to the basement, many surprises await you

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# In the basement, people In the basement

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# You hear the last time, you know we're gonna find you

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# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

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# Out on the main streets completing your mission

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# You hear the last time You know we're gonna find you

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# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

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# Out on the main streets completing your mission

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# You hear the last time You know we're gonna find you

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# You hear the last time You know we're gonna find you

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# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

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# Out on the main streets completing your mission

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# You hear the last time, you know we're gonna find you

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# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

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# Out on the main streets completing your mission. #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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# You gotta step up your game to make it to the top, so go

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# Gotta little competition now

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# You're going to find it hard to cope with living on your own now

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# Uh oh

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# Let's make this happen, girl

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# We're gonna show the world that something good can work

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# And it can work for you And you know that it will

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# Let's get this started, girl We're moving up, we're moving up

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# It's been a lot to change but you will always get what you want

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# It took a little time to make a little better

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# It's only going up Just one thing and another

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# You know, you know

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# It took a little time to make a little better

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# It's only going up Just one thing and another

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# You know, you know

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# Let's make this happen, girl

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# We're gonna show the world that something good can work

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# And it can work for you And you know that it will

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# Let's get this started, girl We're moving up, we're moving up

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# It's been a lot to change but you will always get what you want

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EXCITED WHOOPING AND SHOUTING

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# Let's make this happen, girl

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# We're gonna show the world that something good can work

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# And it can work for you And you know that it will

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# Let's get this started, girl We're moving up, we're moving up

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# It's been a lot to change but you will always get what you want

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# Let's make this happen, girl

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# We're gonna show the world that something good can work

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# And it can work for you And you know that it will

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# Let's get this started, girl We're moving up, we're moving up

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# It's been a lot to change but you will always get what you want. #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Thank

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Thank you

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Thank you very

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# You don't want to be alone # And I can say, it's What You Know

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# But you've known me the whole time

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# To realise # And I can take it

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# This is starting to feel like It's right before my eyes

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# And I can taste it It's my sweet beginning

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# And I can tell just what you want You don't want to be alone

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# You don't want to be alone And I can't say it's what you know

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# But you've known it the whole timeYeah, you've known it the whole time

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# Maybe next year I'll have no time

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# To think about the questions to address

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# Am I the one to try to stop the fire?

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# I wouldn't test you, I'm not the best you could have attained

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# Why try anything? I will get there

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# Just remember I know

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# And I can tell just what you want You don't want to be alone

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# You don't want to be alone

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# And I can't say it's what you know

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# But you've known it the whole timeYeah, you've known it the whole time

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# And I can tell just what you want You don't want to be alone

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# And I can tell just what you want You don't want to be alone

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# You don't want to be alone And I can't say it's what you know

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# But you've known it the whole time

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# Yeah, you've known it the whole time. #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 57 seconds

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# Another Saturday Another careless move

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# Tells the world That you're thinking of what to do

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# A window opens up And someone calls your name

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# But I can tellYou don't know how to play this game

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# I know this isn't it

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# You'll hit your target some day

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# So now you're on your own

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# Won't you come back home?

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# To see you're not that kind

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# And find the strength To find the strength

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# To find another way To find another way

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# To find another way To find another way

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# So tell me what you need And I'll accommodate

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But if too long goes by You just might be too late

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# An opportunity You can't afford to waste

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# So have the lines in your head first, for heaven's sake

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# You hear the day beckoning

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# Know what it's all in your head

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# So now you're on your own Won't you come back home?

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# To see you're not that kind And find the strength

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# To find the strength To find another way

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# So now you're on your own Won't you come back home?

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# To see you're not that kind And find the strength

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# To find the strength So now you're on your own

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# Won't you come back home? To see you're not that kind

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# And find the strength To find the strength

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# To find another way. #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Here's

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Here's one

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Here's one more.

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# White coats and clever minds # You get a lot

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# A longer sentence brings no more # It's to compromise

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# It's just a common view I guess it's lost on you

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# Now I can talk, no-one gets off

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# I know how you like to

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# Now I can talk, no-one gets off

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# Now I can talk, no-one gets off

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# Now I can talk, no-one gets off

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# I know how you like to

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# Now I can talk, no-one gets off

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# Now I can talk, no-one gets off

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# Now I can talk, no-one gets off

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# I know how you like to

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# Now I can talk, no-one gets off

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Thank

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Thank you

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Thank you Reading,

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Thank you Reading, see you soon. It was nice talking to the boys.

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Aren't they lovely? We have an acoustic for you from the joy

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formidable. That will be very special. We asked you to get in

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touch via Twitter which you can do. We asked for suggestions and ideas

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as to what Mr Greg James should go out and do. I wonder if anybody

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went with the stroking of The Strokes idea I put forward. Thank

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you for your suggestions. Get in touch via Twitter. What did you get

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up to at Reading Fest - let's see! Thank you for all your dares. It is

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my job to carry these dares out on the fields of Reading festival.

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Let's go. OK, first challenge set by you beautiful people was to get

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on to the BBC introducing -- BBC Introducing Stage and do a sound

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check. This is challenge number one. One, one, two, two. Reading, can

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you hear me? Have you had a good day?

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Are you better than Leeds? Leeds sucks, right? One, one, hey, hey,

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two, two. Great! Thanks everyone for this challenge. I have now got

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to go and speak to one of my favourite bands who I have not met

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before and give them Bombay mix, because they are Bombay bicycle

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club. Thanks to Fearne and Reg and all you lovely people. This is

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their tour bus. So.... Hi, lads.

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What is that? Well I have been set a challenge to feed one of my

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favourite bands, Bombay Bicycle Club with Bombay mix. This is the

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first time I have met you. Would you like some? Some for you. You

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have quite a lot there. This is my favourite snack!

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Do we have to eat it all? No. Have a great set tonight. I've leave

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that with you. My next dare is to find two hats

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for Fearne and Reggie to wear on the telly tonight. Please may I

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have some free hats? It is not what we're doing, Sir. I will give you a

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discount. If I say Fearne and Reggie will wear them for 10

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seconds on TV, can I have them for free? Tenner for both of them.

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said they will wear the hats and googles for the duration of a link

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on BBC Three, can I have them for free? You can have them for the day

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for free - absolutely! Fearne and Reg, these are yours!

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No chance! Thank you. Those hats are lovely. We have the hats. Yes,

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do hand them over. That's your one. That's my one. Also Elliot, thanks

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for suggesting for Greg to eat Bombay mix with Bombay Bicycle Club.

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That was a good idea. I don't know what you're laughing at Geoff! If

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you want to Tweet us you can: People are sending in dares. One

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thing that... Thank you, that is really on. J Ham Six said he should

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follow a guy around and stair in his eyes. A band I know, which are

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Dave Grohl's favourite, they are brilliant. This is the Joy

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Formidable. # Well, hello

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# Are you ready? # This much delight fills columns to

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# Colours run prime, paint a picture so bright

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# All these things about me you never can tell

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# You make me sleep so badly invisible friend

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# Turn the dial on my words

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# I can feel they fall short

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# Turn the dial, chime alarm

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# Watch these hands move apart

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# Turn the dial on my words

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# I can see you staying here

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# Fierce steps shadow, life's will gone shallow

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# All these things about me you never can tell

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# You make me sleep so badly invisible friend

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# You make me sleep so badly invisible friend

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# You make me sleep so badly invisible friend

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# Turn the dial on my words

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# I can feel they fall short

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# Turn the dial, chime alarm

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# Watch these hands move apart

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# Turn the dial on my words

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# I can see you staying here. #

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 57 seconds

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Glbg thank you

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Glbg thank you the

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Glbg thank you the Joy

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Glbg thank you the Joy Formidable. Have you had a good Reading? We've

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had a great time. This is our third year here. It is nice coming back

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every year. There's been a natural growth to the band. It's a very

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sentimental festival for us. That was beautiful. Thank you very much.

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Thank you very much. I've had to take it off. Are spikes and bobbles

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too much? No, Fearne. I find myself on the side of the Main Stage. I

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was shoulder-to-shoulder having a good dance to an amazing band

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formed back in 1976. I am talking about Madness. Did you catch any of

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the set? I saw some of the -- it played back. A lot of people

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dressed as Suggs. Let's look at that.

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Hey you - don't watch that, watch this, this is the heavy, heavy

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monster sound. So, if you are coming off the

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street and beginning to feel the heat. Well listen.... You better

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# Well, listen, buster # To the rockingest rock steady beat-

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 57 seconds

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# Received a letter # Don't seem they wanna know you

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# They've laid it down given you their score

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# Within the first two lines it bluntly read

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# You're not to come see us no more

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# Keep away from our door

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# Don't come around here no more

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# What on earth did you do that for?

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# Our aunt she don't wanna know she says

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# What will the neighbours think

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# They'll think we don't that's what

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# They'll think we don't but I will

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# Cos I know they think I don't

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# Our uncle he don't wanna know

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# He says we are a disgrace to the human race

:40:07.:40:17.
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# He says how can you show your face

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# They've made a commitment You're an embarrassment

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# Yes, an embarrassment a living endorsement

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# The intention that you have booked

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# Was an intention that was overlooked

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# They say stay away Don't want you home today

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# Keep away from our door Don't come round here no more

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# Our dad don't wanna know he says

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# This is serious matter Too late to reconsider

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# No-one's gonna wanna know ya

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# Our mum she don't wanna know

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# She says I'm feeling twice as old

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# She says thought she had her head on her shoulder

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# Cos I'm feeling twice as older

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# I'm feeling twice as older

:41:30.:41:40.
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# You're an embarrassment. #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Ladies

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Ladies and

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Ladies and gentlemen

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# Morning, miss # Morning, miss

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# So if you'll serve # Box of balloons,

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# A bag of party poppers that pop in the night

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# A toothbrush, a hairspray Plastic grin

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# Miss Clay on all corners has just walked in

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# Welcome to the house of fun now I've come of age

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# Welcome to the house of fun

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# Welcome to the lion's den Temptation's on his way

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# Welcome to the house of...

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# No, no, miss, you've misunderstood

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# 16 - big boy full pint, in my manhood

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# I'm up to date and the date's today

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# So if you'll serve I'll be me on my way

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# Welcome to the house of fun now I've come of age

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# Welcome to the house of fun

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# Welcome to the lion's den Temptation's on his way

:43:44.:43:46.

# Welcome to the house of...

:43:46.:43:56.
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# I'm sorry, sorry, son but we don't stock

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# Party gimmicks in this shop

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# Try the house of fun It's quicker if you run

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# This is a chemist not a joker's shop

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# Party hats, simple enough, clear

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# Comprehendez, savvy, understand Do you hear?

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# A pack of party hats with the coloured tips

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# I'm too late, gorgon's heard gossip

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# Hello, Joe, hello, Miss Clay Many happy returns from the day

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# Welcome to the house of fun now I've come of age

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# Welcome to the house of fun

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# Welcome to the lion's den Temptation's on his way

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# Welcome to the house of fun

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# Welcome to the house of fun Now I've come of age

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# Welcome to the house of fun

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# Welcome to the lion's den Temptation's on his way

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# Welcome to the house of fun

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# Welcome to the house of fun Now I've come of age. #

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Thank

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Thank you

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Thank you very

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Thank you very much. Yes, we're # Naughty boys in nasty schools

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# All the teachers in the pub Passing round the ready-rub

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# Trying not to think of when The lunch-time bell will ring again

:45:26.:45:29.

# Oh, what fun we had! But did it really turn out bad?

:45:29.:45:32.

# All I learnt at schoolWas how to bend, not break the rules

:45:32.:45:36.

# Oh, what fun we had! But at the time it seemed so bad

:45:36.:45:38.

# Trying different ways To make a difference to the...

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# Headmaster's had enough today All the kids have gone away

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# Gone to fight with next-door's school

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# Every term, that is the rule

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# Sits alone and bends his cane Same old backsides again

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# All the small ones tell tall tales

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# Walking home and squashing snails

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# Oh, what fun we had! But did it really turn out bad?

:45:57.:45:59.

# All I learnt at schoolWas how to bend, not break the rules

:45:59.:46:03.

# Oh, what fun we had! But at the time it seemed so bad

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# Trying different ways To make a difference to the days

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# Lots of girls and lots of boys Lots of smells and lots of noise

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# Playing football in the park Kicking push-bikes after dark

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# Baggy trousers, dirty shirt Pulling hair and eating dirt

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# Teacher comes to break it up Back of the 'ead with a plastic cup

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# Oh, what fun we had! But did it really turn out bad?

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# All I learnt at schoolWas how to bend, not break the rules

:46:40.:46:43.

# Oh, what fun we had! But at the time it seemed so bad

:46:43.:46:46.

# Trying different ways To make a difference to the days

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# Baggy trousers

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# Baggy trousers

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# Baggy trousers

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 57 seconds

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# Our house # In the middle of our street

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# Our house # In the middle of our street

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# Our house # There's always something

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happening # It's usually quite loud

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# And our mum # She's so house proud

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# This is not allowed # Our house

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# In the middle of our street # Our house

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# In the middle of our street # Our house

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# In the middle of our street # Our house

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# In the middle of our # My father gets home late from

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work # # Mother plans to iron his shirt

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# Then takes the kids to school # She's the one they're going to

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miss # The heart is working, man

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# In show business today # Our house

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# In the middle of our street # Our house

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# In the middle of our # When we were young

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# Such a very good time # Such a fine time

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# Such a happy time # Nothing would come between us

:49:55.:50:01.

# Two dreamers # And father wears his Sunday best

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# Mother's telling us she needs a rest

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# Her kids are playing up downstairs

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# My brother's got a date to keep # He can't keep around

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# Our house # In the middle of our street

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# Our house # In the middle of our...

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# Our house # In the middle of our street

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# Our house # In the middle of our....

:50:29.:50:33.

# Our house # Was our castle

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# Our house # In the middle of our...

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# Our house # That is where we used to sleep

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# Our house, in the middle of our street #

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Cheercheer Thank you. -- CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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# THANK YOU. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. RIGHT, ARE YOU STILL HERE?

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I SAID, Are you still here? That's good, because I've got one

:51:06.:51:16.
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more thing to say to you! N-A-D-N-E -S-S

:51:23.:51:33.
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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 57 seconds

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# Yes, what have you got? # And I won't be the one

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# And I won't be the one # And I won't be the one

:53:21.:53:31.
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Lovely. A bit of Madness and you were there watching that.

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Beautiful! I warned everyone about me dancing. I did it there. That's

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why I was not there. Earlier Two Door Cinema Club told us they had

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an altercation with the offspring of Madness who tried to take beer.

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Don't mess with Two Club. That is the story. You may have seen this

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bad boy make an appearance. Thank you team for putting my name on it!

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We want to solidfy that. This is full with some of your names. If

:54:32.:54:42.
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you want to get in touch you can hashtag us. It's hash tag Reading

:54:43.:54:53.
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Fest. Hello to At A Lot Of Love. Now we will be back on air on BBC

:54:56.:55:02.

Three at 8.43, to be precise. We have got loads of lovely stuff

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for you. You'll see something of Everything Everything. We have an

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Kicking off the second day's coverage of the Reading Festival, Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates introduce young indie darlings Two Door Cinema Club and seasoned festival performers Madness.


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