"Fiddle Riddle" as written by and Charles Thompson....
Once stood a man on my face
Ooh yeah, on my face
Gobbled him up 'cause my taste
Leaves nothing to waste

Hear the riddle that I say
Hear the riddle that I say
What is fair is fair
That is fair and square to me

Piano it marks the good pace
Ooh yeah, the good pace
Don't know if it's right, but I like the bass
So turn up the bass

Hear the fiddles as they play
Hear the fiddles as they play
What is fair is fair
And the guitar player

No metal, no brick, was no trace
Oh, no, was no trace
But machines moved on and still chased
No particular place

Hear the riddle that I say
Hear the riddle that I say
What is fair is fair
That is fair and square to me

What is fair is fair
That is fair and square to me.


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"Fiddle Riddle" as written by Charles Thompson

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    General CommentIt's a story told from Planet Earth's point of view. Even though the planet sort of shrugs off people - gobbles them up so to speak - the machines live on without humans. Standard sci fi theme, told from a cool perspective.
    Hawkeye2008on April 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think you're right there, Hawkeye. I love that last verse, how machines live on even though the humans have gone.
    DevastatorJr.on September 08, 2008   Link

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