I'm certain as you travel through the world of music blogs someone else will have posted this track before me, mainly I think because it is a hidden gem amongst Mr Costello's back catalogue. The track first surfaced on the F-Beat Records 1980 Costello B-side compilation 'Ten Bloody Mary's & Ten How's Your Fathers' since then it has appeared on many of his re-mastered CD's that you can find in your local record emporium or on the net. It is nostalgic for me because The Hoover Building on Western Avenue, Perivale West London is a fine example of Art Deco architecture designed by Wallis, Gilbert and Partners who were a British architectural partnership responsible for the design of many Art Deco buildings in the UK in the 1920s and 1930s. Unlike many such buildings in London it survived the war and demolition. Of course nothing remains as it once was and now it is used as a fucking Tesco's supermarket.
Green for go, green for action
From Park Royal to
Past scrolls and inscriptions like those of the Egyptian age
And one of these days the Hoover factory
Is gonna be all the rage in
those fashionable pages
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