Withdrawal Symptoms

Question:  How would we feel if we no longer belonged to Neighbourly?

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Withdrawal Symptoms (Apologies to the Beatles)

Neighbourly, I’m double the man I used to be
There’s Neighbourly hanging over me.
Oh, I do grieve for Neighbourly

Yesterday, all my issues seemed so far away
Now it looks as though they’re here to stay
Oh, I do grieve for Neighbourly

Why they had to grow I don’t know they wouldn’t stray
I did something strong, now I long for Neighbourly

Every day, all my hours just seemed to waste away
Now it looks as though more’re lost each day
Oh, I do grieve for Neighbourly

Yesterday, finding time was an easy game to play
Now I need a place to hide away
Oh, I do grieve for Neighbourly

Yesterday, all my issues seemed so far away
Now it looks as though they’re here to stay
Oh, I do grieve for Neighbourly

Why they had to grow I don’t know they wouldn’t stray
I did something strong, now I long for Neighbourly

Neighbourly, I’m double the man I used to be
There’s Neighbourly hanging over me.
Oh, I do grieve for Neighbourly
Mm mm mm mm mm mm mm
(repeat ad infinitum)

Alan Grace
11 March 2015

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