"Feed The Enemy" as written by and David/devoto Tomlinson....
It's always raining over the border
There's been a plane crash out there
In the wheatfields they're picking up the pieces
We could go and look and stare

How many friends have we over there?
The border guards fight unconvincingly
Whatever we do it seems things are arranged
We always have to feed the enemy

You could dance for me
And punch me through
You could dance for me
And punch me through
You could dance for me
And punch me through
You could dance for me
And punch me through

We watched them trash the last camera
Glued to all our TV's
The actors on the replay
Trying again to touch you and me

But they always seem to know
Exactly what they're talking about
They must've got you in a corner
You've got no room to move
You've got no room for doubt
That's exactly what they're talking about
They must've got you in a corner
No room to move
No room for doubt


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"Feed the Enemy" as written by Howard Devoto David Tomlinson

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    General CommentI am very unsure, but I think it's at least partially about being a part of a population that's very unaware of what the states are doing. Like if they're merely pretending to be fighting to keep their populations loyal and working
    Ottoguyon January 04, 2016   Link

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