I Broadcast
by Blur

Album: The Magic Whip (2015)
  • I love the aspects of another city
    The representatives are alright
    In circulation the snake and the tiger
    Waking up and shaving in industrial life

    I broadcast
    Closing on another day now
    All for a cold sore
    Something out of nothing

    I love the aspects of another city
    It's got your number and your blood type
    They been intentious so need some focus
    The apparitions of another prodigal night, right?

    I broadcast
    Closing on another day now
    All for a high score
    Something out of nothing

    I broadcast

    I'm running, I'm running, I'm running

    I broadcast
    Closing on another day now
    All for a cold sore
    Something out of nothing

    I broadcast
    Closing on another day now
    All for a cold sore
    Something out of nothing Writer/s: Steven Alexander James, David Rowntree, Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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