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The Kinks are the village green preservation society.
This phrase is derived from an album called

"The Kinks are The Village Green Preservation Society," released by The Kinks in 1968. It was uniquely out-of-step with its time. Everyone else was singing about rippling rainbows and purple trees, Ray Davies was singing about a happy England which never really existed in the glory in which he paints it, but which could if everybody listened to this album!

God Bless the Village Green and God Save The Kinks!
The Village Green Preservation Society:
"We are the office block persecution affinity,
God save little shops, china cups and virginity."

Village Green:
"Out in the country, far from all the soot and noise of the city,
there's a village green.
It's been a long time, since I last set eyes on the church with the steeple, down by the village green.
It was there I met a girl called Daisy, and kissed her by the old oak tree."
by ray davies is wise April 30, 2011

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