"To Whom It May Concern" as written by and Simon Rhodes Lebon....
(Telephone call for Mr Bones...)

Dear Mr. Bones, I've had enough
You can try, to pull us down
With your pinstipe weasle stuff
But word travels in this town
(I wouldn't write home about you)
(We're better off without you, without you)
Mr. Bones
Some people, feed on other people's troubles
Some people, beat on other people's meat
Some people, want to bleed us dry and
Some people...Gonna down on your feet.
(Some people..)
You said "Boy's I'll get you more,
But you have gotta pay me by the hour".
Anyways you are just another bore
Who believes he's a superpower.
When you talk about loyalty (I wouldn't write home about you)
I just hope you realize
Since you ate my roalities (Were better off without you)
Without you.
Mr. Bones,
This is goodbye and such hereinafter shall be reffered.
Notwithstanding or foregoing statements unpreferred.
Don't claim you understand -
When you've not heard a single word, a dicky bird.
Some people, feed on other people's troubles
Some people, beat on other people's meat
Some people, want to bleed us dry and
Some people...Gonna down on your feet.



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"To Whom It May Concern" as written by Nick Rhodes John Taylor

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    General CommentWell, this was originally written about the band's ex-lawyer, called Mr. Jones. They were advised that the song may cut a bit close to the bone, so they changed it to Mr. Bones. Still, he looks like quite the knob.
    feduciaryon June 13, 2003   Link

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