I don't matter you don't matter Neither does this mindless clatter It don't matter where you're from What matters is your uniform
Wear your braces round your seat Doctor Martens on your feet Keep your barnet very neat For credibility on street
We are marching as to war We won't be obscure no more In uniform - In uniform
I am really living life inside a jar - I'm all alone So I feel forgiven if I'm under par - a fallen clone Only in the river can I claim a star to call my own I'm newly born, In uniform I'm up on the throne
I am frightened, you are frightened Should we get our trousers tightened? Where in Brighton is your norm Who wears enlightened uniform?
On my Parka is some band I don't really understand Perry is my guiding hand Scooter polo sweeps the land We are marching as to war We won't be obscure no more In uniform - in uniform
People think we dress alike to segregate identities Pills or drink or puffing pipes in integrated entities Then they wink and snort their line and say how great their Bentley is They feel so warm when they conform. . .
They say that nakedness is what our Lord intended When we stand naked then we all appear the same But it's just faking it if we all try pretending Are we just making all our prayers in the rain Heaven knows I need new clothes.
We are marching as to war But we are really fighting for Our uniform - our uniform
When I contemplate my future I go numb, don't feel a thing I don't' overrate my suitors number one, I always sing But the State and their computers make me run for comfort in My uniform. In uniform I feel like a king.
They say that nakedness is what our Lord intended When we stand naked then we all appear the same But it's just faking it if we all try pretending Are we just making all our prayers in the rain It seems insane But heaven knows It's all the same And I need new clothes