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the sun don't shine - Kirsty MacColl

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Artist: Kirsty MacColl
Title: Fifteen Minutes

<poem> Seven times in seven days I've sat and wished my life away I know the greyness comes and goes But the sun don't shine And the snow don't snow There's Suzy-Ann with her t*ts and curls Where mediocrity excels For those vicious boys and their boring girls You know it makes me sick but it's a bozo's world

Then there's always the cash Selling yourself for some trash Smiling at people that you cannot stand You're in demand Your fifteen minutes start now

City banker looks are in The heartless heart, the chinless chin And you'd spill your beans for just a pint of gin How you got so holy And became so thin

In Sunday papers every week The silly words you love to speak The tacky photos and the phoney smiles Well it's a bozo's world And you're a bozo's child

Then there's always the cash Selling yourself for some trash Smiling at people that you cannot stand You're in demand Your fifteen minutes start now

Then there's always the fame! Autographs now and again People who saw you on Blankety Blank Or in the bank Your fifteen minutes start now </poem>

Вопрос:

Какой смысл в “нарушенной” грамматике: But the sun don't shine/And the snow don't snow?

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