by Lee Rice

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Zombies don't Feel Pain Written on the road. Zombies don't Feel Pain Plastic girls, dressed in pearls Walking down the street Business men in shirt and tie. And sales you'll never beat Gucci bags and tramps in rags Oh the great divide A gypsy woman begs for change. She's ignored by passers by You can hear the checkouts ringing And predict the steady tide Their egos raging like wild fires A hundred miles wide Zombies move amongst them Thumbs locked to tiny screens Designed to cause distraction And to nullify their dreams Chorus I want to walk towards them And shake them by the ears And tell them They've been lied to For oh so many years I stop because I realise They'll only tell me I'm insane Can you tell me is it true? That zombies don't feel pain There's faceless heads in greens and reds To show this seasons styles There's a queue outside the apple store Please wait in single file And while you're busy with the day With trolleys and bags to fill You'd see beyond the madness With some time for standing still Chorus I want to walk towards them And shake them by the ears And tell them They've been lied to For oh so many years I stop because I realise They'll only tell me I'm insane Can you tell me is it true? That zombies don't feel pain There's diamond encrusted watches Do they do more than tell the time? There's food that costs a fortune If you can afford to dine On the corner an old busker Singing songs from times gone by In the end I've just one question And it starts and ends with why Chorus I want to walk towards them And shake them by the ears And tell them They've been lied to For oh so many years I stop because I realise They'll only tell me I'm insane Can you tell me is it true? That zombies don't feel pain www.leerice.bandcamp.com

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Written on the road. Zombies don't Feel Pain Plastic girls, dressed in pearls Walking down the street Business men in shirt and tie. And sales you'll never beat Gucci bags and tramps in rags Oh the great divide A gypsy woman begs for change. She's ignored by passers by You can hear the checkouts ringing And predict the steady tide Their egos raging like wild fires A hundred miles wide Zombies move amongst them Thumbs locked to tiny screens Designed to cause distraction And to nullify their dreams Chorus I want to walk towards them And shake them by the ears And tell them They've been lied to For oh so many years I stop because I realise They'll only tell me I'm insane Can you tell me is it true? That zombies don't feel pain There's faceless heads in greens and reds To show this seasons styles There's a queue outside the apple store Please wait in single file And while you're busy with the day With trolleys and bags to fill You'd see beyond the madness With some time for standing still Chorus I want to walk towards them And shake them by the ears And tell them They've been lied to For oh so many years I stop because I realise They'll only tell me I'm insane Can you tell me is it true? That zombies don't feel pain There's diamond encrusted watches Do they do more than tell the time? There's food that costs a fortune If you can afford to dine On the corner an old busker Singing songs from times gone by In the end I've just one question And it starts and ends with why Chorus I want to walk towards them And shake them by the ears And tell them They've been lied to For oh so many years I stop because I realise They'll only tell me I'm insane Can you tell me is it true? That zombies don't feel pain www.leerice.bandcamp.com
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Flower House  3 years ago
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Very good!
Lee Rice  3 years ago
 
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