"Legal Man" as written by and Martin/murdoch/colburn/cooke/geddes/jackson/campbe....
L-O-V-E love, it's coming back, it's coming back
L-O-V-E love, it's coming back, it's coming back
Refer to our discussions, confirm the terms of our love affair
I exercise all options, and I know I'll see you there
BA-BA-BA etc. etc.
L-O-V-E love, it's coming back, it's coming back
L-O-V-E love, it's coming back, it's coming back
Not withstanding provisions of clauses 1,2,3 and 4
Extend contractual period, me and you for evermore
You're the Legal Man, you've got to prove that you're no liar
I'll render services that you may reasonably require
L-O-V-E love, it's coming back, it's coming back
L-O-V-E love, it's coming back, it's coming back
Get out of the city and into the sunshine
Get out of the office and into the springtime
Get out of the city and into the sunshine
Get out of the office and into the springtime
Get out of the city and into the sunshine
Get out of the office and into the springtime
Get out of the city and into the sunshine
Get out of the office and into the springtime


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"Legal Man" as written by Isobel Campbell Christopher Geddes

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    General CommentHow can I be the first to comment? This song is ingenious. A relationship is a contract of sorts I guess. I love the beat and how they both sing along with the sitar.
    skiguskion March 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is interesting to me primarily as a foreshadow of B&S's career to come. "Legal Man" at its heart--were it reworked with synth--would fit very well on TLP. Put next to IYFS, BWAS, and possibly even FYH, it sounds bizarre and out of place. A sign of the reinvention of Belle long before it happened, it seems.
    pkjunon June 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this song a lot. The riffs are great and the sitar works so well
    FunkyProletariaton December 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell you guys have some interesting ideas. I can positively say this.. he(freddie) is making some references to heroin addiction, which he had a problem with, sent shivers down my spine body aching all the time.... as an addict(opiate like fred) who is now thankfully clean, i now EXACTLY what he is talking about. the shiver down the spine he talks about is all too familiar to a H-addict. I believe this(addiction) is the sickness that is being referred to. "will you let me go We will not no!" the demon of addiction. thats how it feels when your on h or opiates. like a demon has a hold of u and wont let go. Correction not 'like' ,that is what is happening.
    yashyawaon August 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwell you guys have some interesting ideas. I can positively say this.. he(freddie) is making some references to heroin addiction, which he had a problem with, sent shivers down my spine body aching all the time.... as an addict(opiate like fred) who is now thankfully clean, i now EXACTLY what he is talking about. the shiver down the spine he talks about is all too familiar to a H-addict. I believe this(addiction) is the sickness that is being referred to. "will you let me go We will not no!" the demon of addiction. thats how it feels when your on h or opiates. like a demon has a hold of u and wont let go. Correction not 'like' ,that is what is happening.
    yashyawaon August 19, 2008   Link

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