"Lawman" as written by Edward Alan Clarke, Ian Kilmister and Philip John Taylor....
Cancer!

Your evil eye, in the night
Cruising slow, flashing white
There together, in the dark
But it ain't no friend, just another scared nark
I know you
Lawman
Lawman
Lawman, lawman, I think you're a poor man, lawman

Every time you speak to me
Makes it plain that you don't see
What's really happening here
You just confuse respect with fear
I know you
Lawman
Lawman
Lawman, lawman, I think you're a poor man, poor man, get it!

I know you

See you in the Crown Court
Seems to me it's like a blood sport
I know you live by the book of rules
But anyone who needs a book is a fool
I know you
Lawman
Lawman
Lawman, lawman, I think you're a poor man, lawman


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"Lawman" as written by Ian Kilmister Edward Alan Clarke

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    General CommentI think this song criticizes the prohibition drugs and cops who just play by the rules instead of using discretion
    Gattleon October 11, 2008   Link

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