"Seeing Red" as written by and Gill Coleman....
They're dropping bombs again
And they're doing it in your name
All the rational commentaries
In the papers that I read

Marmalade and buttered toast
And the smell of Sunday roast
Kiss the arse of uncle sam
Oh, to be an englishman

When you hear the sound of warning
When the only color is
Red, red, red, red
When you hear the sound of warning
When the only color is
Red sky in the morning
Everywhere I'm seeing
Red, red, red, red

Dawn brings a day of hell
That we pawn and sell
A single magpie in a tree
One for sorrow, one for me
Kick it off the cliff I said
Now the line fucks up my head
Too late to change this mode
Break all my moral codes

When you hear the sound of warning
When the only color is
Red, red, red, red
When you hear the sound of warning
When the only color is
Red sky in the morning
Everywhere I'm seeing
Red, red, red, red

Running from myself again
And all I feel is shame
It doesn't matter where I go
Everywhere still looks the same
Wheee-ooo
This sense of emptiness
As we create this mess
Self-destructive tendencies
Of what you mean to me

When you hear the sound of warning
When the only color is
Red, red, red, red
When you hear the sound of warning
When the only color is
Red sky in the morning
Everywhere I'm seeing
Red, red, red, red, red, red, red, red


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"Seeing Red" as written by Jeremy Coleman Andrew James Dalrymple Gill

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    General CommentIt's about:

    1. Tony Blair kissing Bush's arse
    2. How wrong the Iraq war is.
    chauffeuron December 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's about everything that's wrong with Britain these days. Our "special relationship" with the USA is slowly destroying our society, eating away at it like a cancer. Killing Joke have the right idea.
    Urban Cannibalon September 13, 2007   Link

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