I have the CD version of this album as well as the LP, the CD being Hannibal release HNCD 4405. It has no bonus tracks, but the insert most helpfully contains the lyrics of all the songs.
In order to amass enough cash in the summer of 1972 I had to do 2 x 7 day newspaper delivery rounds, which was a lot of quite heavy labour. In buying this LP I fervently hoped to find it packed full of Richard Thompson’s astonishing electric guitar work, and I admit to being rather disappointed in this regard. However, the opening track did what I wanted in spades. This is “Roll Over Vaughan Williams” (4.09), which is an absolute gem of a song, rocking along splendidly, and with that electric guitar wonder-magic. From the lyrics, the last half of the second (middle) stanza, and the refrain:
“Pencils ready, paper dry
Shoot the girls and make ’em cry
Run for cover, things are bad
But now they’re getting worse.
Live in fear, live in fear.
Live in fear, live in fear.”