"The Fan and the Bellows" as written by Mark Burgess, David Fielding, John Lever and Reginald Smithies....
A Beechers Brook is low
A hurdle at which greater men have fallen
She manipulates
Steals my mind and hides it in the garden

But now, only love can bring me down
Somehow, somehow love must bring me down
I become the fan and the bellows

The cupid masturbates
Absent of all thought and of all reason
Shoots me in the back
I think perhaps it must be shooting season


Not me, not me!

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"The Fan and The Bellows" as written by Fielding Burgess


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    General CommentDo not let your feelings ruin your daily life
    Motorama19on October 04, 2012   Link
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    My InterpretationIt's about falling in love despite your better judgement. More specifically, the song is about the old Victorian romantic sensibilities, and a man who can't fight his feelings for a woman. The imagery of the brecher's brook, cupid, the fan and the bellows are all meant to evoke the Victorian era.
    ShortroundMcflyon May 06, 2013   Link

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