No No No

Album: Fireball (1971)
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  • Really hate the running really hate the game
    Looking at them all I want to be unborn again
    Their suit is getting tighter although they're getting thin
    The flies are crawling on their face and trying to get in

    People say that we're to blame I say
    No no no it's just the game
    Must we let them fool us no no no
    Have we got our freedom no no no
    Is it getting better no no no
    Do we love each other no no no
    Must we wait forever no no no no no

    Heads are getting stronger bodies getting weak
    Looking at them all it feels good to be a freak
    Their hands are getting closer they're reaching out so far
    The greenies gonna get them make them serve stars
    Tell them how it is and they say
    No no no we know it all
    The washing's getting dirty the air is getting thin
    It's all in such a mess that no one knows where to begin
    They talk about creating but all they do is kill
    They say we're gonna mend it but they never will
    Poison in the rain but they say
    No no no we ain't to blame Writer/s: IAN GILLAN, IAN PAICE, JON LORD, RITCHIE BLACKMORE, ROGER GLOVER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Mike from New Zealandline should be " The greenies gonna get them make them suffer so hard" ; not " the greenies gonna get them make them serve stars"
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