Don't Give Me Acclamations

Have you got different expectations?
Or was there something you wanted from me?
Or maybe desperation
That made you treat my door so affectionately
Could be pacification
I’d love to love my nation
Don’t give me realizations
Don’t give me expectation

For years the Fry’s Chocolate poster above has been fixed to the wall of the Everyman Bistro in Liverpool and is what gave Mick some of the inspiration for the lyrics for the song “Realization”.

The following clip is from Jérôme de Missolz‘s “You’ll Never Walk Alone” documentary from 1992:

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Zilch (1988)
1. Emergency (listen)
2. Someone’s Knocking (listen)
3. John Kline (listen)
4. I Need You (listen)
5. Realization (listen)
6. High Rise Low Life (listen)
7. Who Killed Clayton Square? (listen)
8. Who’d Believe It? (listen)
9. What’s It Like… (listen)
10. The Believers (listen)