Liberty Belle

  • You know I love that violence
    That you get around here
    That kind of ready-steady violence
    That violent 'how do you do'
    And the lie when his Daddy was asleep in a phone booth

    He's just very very tired of having
    That same old boring conversation
    Just like me, just like you
    Man is on the nod yeah what you gonna do about it?

    You know I love that violence
    That you get around here
    That kind of ready-steady violence
    That violent 'how do you do'
    And the lie when his Daddy was asleep in a phone booth

    He's just very very tired of having
    That same old boring conversation
    Just like me, just like you
    Man is on the nod yeah what you gonna do about it?

    Is it easy?
    Just to try it
    Is it the same old line?
    Well is it liberating?
    Just to be so fine
    Happens all the time

    You know I love that violence
    That you gather when the cartwheel blows down news
    Of the marriage of the socialite's money to another one's land
    And all but one will refuse to stand, yeah

    He's just very ridiculed
    And it's coming from the back row, side row, never-even-tried row
    Nice man if you knew him well
    I heard he owned a place called the Liberty Belle, yeah

    Well is it easy?
    I think I'll try it
    'Cause it's the same old lie
    I find it liberating
    Just to be so fine
    Happens all the time

    Well come on, come on, come on, come on, come on
    Well come on, come on, come on, come on, come on Writer/s: Grian Chatten, Tom Coll, Conor Curley, Carlos O'Connell, Conor Deegan III
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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