On the streets – you´re feeling alone
But you´re not really – on your own
You´ve got a look around – no sense to be found
You´re an alien – join the underground!

You think – you don´t need no cops
You feel – that you hate snobs
So there are many reasons to be different
Many reasons to search – for a good friend

Join the underground
Be free!
Join the underground
That´s the place to be
Join the underground
Support real ideals
Join the underground

We´re not working together – with greedy cunts
We don´t wanna die – like their stupid sons
Reality – is not on the surface
You don´t know where? – look at my face!

Misbehaving – it´s our free choice
An easy way – to have a voice
Outside! – that´s not our game
We´ll fight! – ´cause it´s a shame

Join the underground
Be free!
Join the underground
That´s the place to be
Join the underground
Support real ideals
Join the underground

Society sucks – we´ve got to get away
But we´ve got to stay – !!!!get out of our way!!!!
So we will ´cause – burning streets
You will see – outrages kids

And afterwards – we´ll climb down
To the underground – with a stolen Crown
We´ll have a party – We´re good a friends
We´ll have beer – well, lots of cans!


Join the underground
Join the underground
Join the underground

About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2023 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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13 Responses to Loikaemie “JOIN THE UNDERGROUND”

  1. Vincent says:


    Bombers blow Magpies away at the ‘G
    4:40 PM Sat 26 July, 2008

    ESSENDON has turned in an impressive performance to beat traditional rival Collingwood by 48 points at a shadowy MCG on Saturday afternoon.

    Though challenged by the Magpies at stages, the Bombers were too fast and too productive for their opponents and assembled a seven-goal final term to win 19.14 (128) to 11.14 (80).

    Captain Matthew Lloyd and Andrew Welsh kicked four goals each for the Bombers and Jobe Watson had 41 possessions, while the Magpies were led by three goals from Travis Cloke.

    And Collingwood will also sweat on a third-quarter report on star midfielder Alan Didak for a jumper punch on Henry Slattery.

    Essendon started the match emphatically, as Lloyd hit the scoreboard in the game’s second minute.

    It was the start of the flow for the Bombers, particularly Welsh who kicked three goals in little more than six minutes to send his side well out of the blocks.

    Collingwood was shell-shocked and Angus Monfries made matters worse when he kicked the Bombers’ fifth.

    Essendon was far more resourceful when it propelled into attack, while Pies Leon Davis and Dane Swan wasted chances to get their side on the board.

    It was the 20-minute mark when Travis Cloke kicked the Pies’ first goal from a mark 10m out, as Essendon rued poor interchange timing that left them a man short in defence.

    The margin was 28 points at the first change and Collingwood entered the new term keen to peg it back.

    Alan Didak opened the term and a tug-o-war ensued that eventually fell the Magpies’ way with a flurry of goals to John Anthony, Cloke and Davis.

    The game had balanced.

    Essendon replied through Lloyd and Brent Stanton, who marked strongly in a contest with Heath Shaw and, while Monfries threatened, Cloke kicked a third with gusto.

    There was just nine points in it at half time and it was Didak again in the new period, crumbing a loose ball to kick to an empty goal square.

    Moments later, he was reported for a jumper punch on Bomber Henry Slattery – souring his side’s run.

    Very well held by Harry O’Brien, Scott Lucas finally got his first touch and Monfries climbed over Pies ruckman Cameron Wood to boot his second.

    A lucky free kick handed Lloyd his third and the Bombers found a smooth road that welcomed goals from Leroy Jetta, Nathan Lovett-Murray and Kyle Reimers.

    Reimers’ goal was his side’s fifth on the trot, but that run was broken when Anthony and Davis got free to make it 19 points at the last change.

    With that, Collingwood seemed to have the momentum and, when Paul Medhurst – kept quiet by Dustin Fletcher to that stage – snapped from the boundary, it looked certain.

    Enter Reimers, who kicked two goals in less than two minutes; the first from a set shot and the second after ruckman David Hille – dominant all day – casually grabbed the ball from the ruck and hand-fed his teammate.

    A free kick and 50m penalty awarded to Adam McPhee put the utility on the arc and he made no mistake.

    When Welsh won a 50-50 contest with Didak to boot his fourth, it was the knockout blow in a match few expected the Bombers would win.

    Lloyd’s fourth spelt party time.

    Essendon 5.7 7.10 12.11 19.14 (128)
    Collingwood 1.3 6.7 9.10 11.14 (80)

    Essendon: Welsh 4, Lloyd 4, Reimers 3, Monfries 2, McPhee 2, Jetta, Lovett-Murray, Stanton, Hille
    Collingwood: Cloke 3, Didak 2, Anthony 2, Davis 2, Medhurst 2

  2. Dr. Cam says:

    There’s no call for that sort of thing, Vince.

  3. Dr. Cam says:

    Well, really @ndrew! What did I just tell Vincent?

  4. Ultimate Hater says:

    Black and red jerseys? I smell some kind of anarchy is a fag conspiracy!

  5. dj says:

    Living in the past is so reactionary…

  6. @ndy says:

    1990 was a very good year.

  7. juancastro says:

    Here here.

    “Bound for glory…”

  8. liz says:

    1990 was so very long ago @ndy…

  9. @ndy says:

    So was 1973. But ah… it still kicks arse.

  10. Vincent says:

    2000 is much more recent than 1990.

  11. liz says:

    I prefer 1984, back in the days when the ugly men ruled football, and the ugliest played for the red and black.

    The Danihers, Van Der Haar, Ezard, Madden – well, really the Danihers are enough.


  12. @ndy says:

    Vincent and Liz: please stop filling my blog with militarist nonsense. The Bombers are ugly alright, and by glorifying one of the principal instruments of the contemporary killing machine known as the air force, have a good deal of blood on their hands.


    ~ VERSUS ~

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