"Diplomatic Immunity" as written by Andrew Paul Williams, Colin Derek Abrahall, Colin Robert Blyth and Ross Andrew Lomas....
I can speed in my car down the road.
I don't have to follow the highway code.
The laws which bind you don't bother me.
I've got diplomatic immunity.

I'm really free.
They can't touch me.
I've got sanctuary.
Diplomatic immunity.

I can walk down the street with a gun in my hand,
to protect myself from violent gangs.
Go into Harrods and steal some jewels,
store detectives look like fools.

I killed a girl once just for fun,
then waited for the police to come.
They couldn't do a thing,
I'm safe inside my wall of red tape.

Who is there to hear the call ?
And see the injustice of it all.
But who is there the hear the call ?
And see the injustice of it all.


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"Diplomatic Immunity" as written by Colin Derek Abrahall Andrew Paul Williams

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    General Commentbad azzzz.
    sugaroton January 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthe guitar line has a james bond on dexadrine vibe, but i think the song's about the hypocrisy of a "just" society ruled by bureacrats -- men who, because they enforce the rules, are able to place themselves outside them. a typical '80s punk critique, maybe, but worth making all the same.
    scooperon January 27, 2007   Link

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