"The Watcher" as written by and Ian Kilmister....
We are looking in on you now
What do you think you can do now?
It's very small from way out here
The last thing you will feel is fear
Give you a chance to do the right thing
Give you a chance to do the bright thing
Now our sense is all disgusted
Where you're from you can't be trusted, whoa

Where I come from no-one smiles
Every inch exists in miles
Still, it's cool, relaxed and calm
Sitting here on the funny farm, oh

Where all the hilltops scream in pain
There are no leaders you can blame
Human greed destroys your sphere
And there's no room for you out here
You're on your own now
You're on your own now
You're on your own now
You're on your own now
You're on your own now
You're on your own now

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"The Watcher" as written by Ian Kilmister

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    My OpinionFor me - the story is almost like told from the perspective of the people in that book "The Trial" - the way they are coming for him, I don't know, it seems totally like this song was inspired by that book by Franz Kafka...
    TheTrooper9169on January 14, 2012   Link

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