- If I Knew Who The Enemy Was …
- 1979 - Fuse Records CF 284 LP (UK)
- Side One
- Barney's Epic Homer (Leon Rosselson)
- The Ugly Ones (Leon Rosselson)
- The Testimony of Patience Kershaw (Frank Higgins)
- Song of The Moderate Man (Leon Rosselson)
- Across the Hills (Leon Rosselson)
- Side Two
- Whoever Invented the Fishfinger? (Leon Rosselson)
- The World's Police (Leon Rosselson)
- On Her Silver Jubilee (Leon Rosselson)
- See It Come Down (John Pole)
- The Diggers' Song (Gerrard Winstanley, Leon Rosselson)
- Roy Bailey: Vocals
- Leon Rosselson: Vocals, Guitar
- Martin Carthy: Backing Vocals, Guitar, Jew's Harp, Synthesizer
- John Kirkpatrick: Button Accordion, Concertina
- Sue Harris: Hammer Dulcimer, Oboe, Vocals
- Firoz Shapur: Piano, French Horn
- Record produced by Martin Carthy
- Recorded at Riverside Studios, London, May 1979
- Engineer: Antony David
- Sleeve Design: Jeff Perks
- Typography: Carole Perks
- Photograph: Francette Pacteau
- Arranged by Martin Carthy & Leon Rosselson
SO THERE I WAS with the ball at my feet and the Wembley crowd watching me go.
Dodging the tackles as I sped towards goal when I heard the whistle blow.
And a million people were looking at me as if I had some strange disease.
And the ref said: "I'm booking you, my lad for having inadequate knees.
Flesh and bone instead of wood — don't you know it's against the law?
And the trainer ran on carrying two wooden legs and a giant circular saw,
Said: 'They'll have to come off, but it won't hurt, son,' and I started to silently scream.
And a message arrived from Jane Fonda, said 'I can't appear in your dream.'
And everything's lurching out of control, they're infiltrating my head.
When I woke up this morning, they were all around my bed.
IF I KNEW WHO THE ENEMY WAS I'D SHOOT THE BASTARD — DEAD.