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Butcher blues


by Kasabian. Buy album CD: Kasabian


John was a scientist
He was hooked on LSD
Interested in mind control
And how the monkey held the key
Said that all life is experiments somebody's planning for the air
It's for the unexpecting citizens who hallucinate in fear.
Sing that.

Chew the backbone, a solar system, these clever convicts
Chew the backbone, a solar system, these clever convicts

In union station
With a package in his hand
Tied to the suspect
He chanced him where he stand
And i dont think you realise he's coming for your neck
And the sound is breaking all around
He's keeping lives in check

Chew the backbone, a solar system, these clever convicts
Chew the backbone, a solar system, these clever convicts

Making his getaway through a punched up mirror
He blend into the crowd
Hear the system scream
And all those spies that strikes you here
Are clinging to their guns
And if you smell those omens man
I think you better run.

Checkout.

Chew the backbone, a solar system, these clever convicts.
Chew the backbone, a solar system, these clever convicts.
Chew the backbone, a solar system, these clever convicts



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Album: Kasabian (2004) Lyrics
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  1. U Boat
  2. Club foot
  3. Processed beats
  4. Reason is treason
  5. I.d.
  6. Orange (interlude)
  7. L.S.F. (Lost Soul Forever)
  8. Lsf (lost souls forever)
  9. Running battle
  10. Test transmission
  11. Pinch roller (interlude)
  12. Cutt off
  13. Butcher blues
  14. Ovary stripe
  15. U.boat

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