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Squeeze Change Song Lyrics To Protest Against David Cameron Live On Television


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British band Squeeze sent a clear message to Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday’s edition of the ‘Andrew Marr Show’ when they changed song lyrics to criticise the ‘destruction of the welfare state’. The band appeared as the musical guests on the programme, which also featured Cameron giving his traditional new year interview.

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When the band performed new song ‘From the Cradle to the Grave’, founding member Glenn Tilbrook sang a different version of the final verse as Cameron watched on. ‘I grew up in council housing, Part of what made Britain great, There are some here who are hellbent, On the destruction of the welfare state.’

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Chris Difford - Squeeze performing on their 'Cradle to the Grave Tour' in Cambridge at Corn Exchange - Cambridge, United Kingdom - Friday 16th October 2015

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Squeeze - Squeeze perform at the Liverpool Phiharmonic Hall at Liverpool Phiharmonic Hall - Liverpool, United Kingdom - Monday 5th October 2015

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Squeeze - Day one of the Wickerman Music Festival 2015 in Dumfries, Scotland at Dundrennan - Dumfries, United Kingdom - Friday 24th July 2015

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Squeeze - Hop Farm Music Festival 2014 - Day 2 - Performances - Squeeze - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 5th July 2014

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Squeeze - Glen Tilbrook and Chris Difford of Squeeze Thursday 21st July 2011 at Mojo Honours List London, England

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Squeeze, Spot The Difference Album Review


It's got to the point now that I almost feel obliged to provide a bio when talking about Squeeze, the South London band who provided much of the new wave's most palatable moments. Formed in 1974 at the height of the pub rock era, childhood friends Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford had alongside them in their first incarnation one Jools Holland, and undoubtedly it was the period before his eventual departure in 1980 which saw most of their finest moments.

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