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It's just gone noon, half past monsoon on the banks of the river Nile. Here comes the boat, only half afloat, oarsman grins a toothless smile. Only just one more to this desolate shore, last boat along the river Nile.   Share:  
Thrust of argument: Night Boat to Cairo is one of the lyrics by Madness which seems to hit me the most. Direction of resistance / implied resistance: Maybe it's because of the eastern sounds and the whole 'Cairo East' thing in the picture on the album and probably the video.

 

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Removal of resistance: Out in the garden a crow is singing along in the background. The rhythm works well with the song. Perhaps they are in time, who knows? Only the crow. It does seem so, though. Unification: Check it out via the link in the references below. You get to listen to it for free. I paid loads of cash to enjoy all these tunes, you know. Now they're free. Make the most of it.
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(TVhobo's estimated size of readership since 2013, mainly in the UK and USA, with Germany in third place:
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