Thanks to Margaret Stevenson-Wright for sending this:

Ralph McTell 2020

“Changing the song was something he’d always resisted, he said. It was written when he was 22 and belonged to a particular time. But this was an extraordinary moment in history. “Give me a chance to think and try and write something.”

“This new verse was the moving result:

In shop doorways, under bridges, in all our towns and cities

You can glimpse the makeshift bedding from the corner of your eye

Remember what you’re seeing barely hides a human being

We’re all in this together, brother, sister, you and I.

Story on the BBC website