"Curse" as written by John Melville Lee Archer, Geoffrey Franklin Crosby, Douglas James Falconer, Martin Morris Lubran, Robert David Miles, Gregory Phillip Augustus Perano, Michael Bernard Waters and Mark Jeremy Seymour....
Good evening friends
Better come gather round here on this Sabbath Sunday
Come on and slap your hands
There's a hot wind and it's blowing through our town
After the storm, after the fire
Don't teach your boys to kill
And when is the storm?
When is the fire?
When all your women are still
I say when all your women are still
Curse it hard, curse it good
Make a lesson and nail its hide to the neighborhood
I say curse it hard, curse it good
Make a lesson and nail its hide to the neighborhood
Neighborhood
And I took a blanket
And I wrapped it around her, around her sweet old head
Down in the river, that's where I found her
Now pretty soon now she's going to be dead
So after the storm, after the fire
Don't teach your boys to kill
Hear me, when is the storm?
When is the fire?
When all your women are still
I say when all your women are still
So curse it hard, curse it good
Make a lesson and nail its hide to the neighborhood
Curse it hard, curse it good
Make a lesson and nail its hide to the neighborhood
Hear me, neighborhood
Neighborhood
Good evening friends
Better come gather round here on this Sabbath Sunday
Come on and slap your hands
There's a hot wind and it's blowing through our town
After the storm, after the fire
Don't teach your boys to kill
When is the storm?
When is the fire?
When all your women are still
So curse it hard, curse it good
Make a lesson and nail its hide to the neighborhood
Hear me spank it hard, spank it good
Make a lesson and nail its hide to the neighborhood
I say neighborhood
In my neighborhood
Neighborhood


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