"Good Samaritan" as written by Jeremy Coleman, Paul Ferguson, Paul Vincent Raven and Kevin Walker....
Bright clothes and smiles and we'll talk sunshine
Although the light bulb's dim
And my beach ball is getting dusty
And the fun wears thin - thin.
It's much the same everywhere
Diversions right and we're ready to dance

Complacency seemed to kill the cat
Curiosity led me on
On what foundation is your pedestal built
The great architect to a tower block
And Uncle Sam says it's not long now
And we can play our way
My Marvel comic says a hawkheaded man
Led to a brighter day
It's much the same everywhere
We're getting ready and we're ready to dance

Happy, so happy, I just accept the way things are
I'll stick to songs - that's real
So happy
La la la la aah






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"Good Samaritan" as written by Matthew Ferguson Jeremy Coleman

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    General CommentA mixture of references to US Imperialism, complacency of the public due to the media's use of propaganda and the ever present Killing Joke references to nuclear war.
    ndocon June 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentA mixture of references to US Imperialism, complacency of the public due to the media's use of propaganda and the ever present Killing Joke references to nuclear war.
    ndocon June 14, 2009   Link

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