"Cruel Guards" as written by and Drew Malcom Wootton Myles Peter Wootton....
Cruel Guards
I see you in the papers through a foggy lens,
waving with a fist, my team, she always wins
He looks into your eyes like an old friend
tells you there’s a difference,
there’s us, us, us and them

It’s a cheat to make me feel happy when it’s on loan,
when you aint ever home, no you aint ever home

There is a bright, bright heat
They are the cruel, cruel gaurds
A most unfortunate charm
It’s always calm, it’s always calm
Right before you do me harm

I lost it once in a market queue,
dropped my bags, felt gagged and left
seeing black and blue

Found us drowned in the cobblestone
Forget your supplies
for the waters will rise on their own

It’s a cheat to make me feel happy when it’s on loan,
when you aint ever home, no you aint ever home

There is a bright, bright heat
They are the cruel, cruel gaurds
A most unfortunate charm
It’s always calm, it’s always calm
Right before you do me harm

It’s always calm, it’s always calm
Right before you do me harm



Lyrics submitted by jamesery

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