"No Lucifer" as written by Martin Noble, Jan Wilkinson, Neil Wilkinson and Matthew Wood....
Easy! easy! easy! easy! easy! easy!

Hey you, give me the dummy tits,
Forget the rest of the shit
The man with the skull and bones,
You think you know, but you don't.

To Sodom I will go,
Not to Megiddo.
Several Lucifers come,
We can beat them all.

A Carlton corsair,
A Raleigh twenty, yeah!
A little lost roe deer,
The wind in your hair.

No Lucifer!

Come on, allons-y let's go,
Can always just say no.
To the anti-aircraft crew,
The boys from the Hitler youth.

Silk and cyanide,
Six weeks left alive.
Metal, skull and bone,
You think you know but you don't.

To Sodom I will go,
Not to Mmegiddo.
Several Lucifers come,
We can beat them all.

A Carlton corsair,
A Raleigh twenty, yeah!
A little lost roe deer,
The wind in your hair.

No Lucifer!

Easy! easy! easy!

Is that what the future holds?
Is that what the future holds?
Kevlar or cherry wood,
Malevolence or good.

Is that what the future holds? [Repeat: x4]

No Lucifer!


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"No Lucifer" as written by Jan Scott Wilkinson Jan Wilkinson

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    General CommentJust a thought I had, but "Its a long way to Tipparary" has the line- "While you've a lucifer to light your fag, smile boys thats the style" A lucifer being a lighter or match as I remember. I know its a first world war song.


    Six weeks was the life expectancy of a WWII bomber pilot.
    matthewsheffieldon March 01, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentWhat a great theme "Loss of Innocence" is. All must favorite stuff goes there one way or another.

    A kid riding his bike in the North of England, getting his head around the concept of war, life as he knows it could be wiped out if the Lucifers keep coming. But we can beat them all.

    But, is that what the future holds?

    Pretty awesome look at the many sides of an adolescent morality puzzle.
    interpretatoron January 09, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe "little lost roe deer" may well refer to BSP favourite "The Shining Levels" by John Wyatt, in which he adopts a young roe deer.
    yewbarrowon March 21, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe chant 'Easy, Easy...' comes from British wrestling in which the wrestler Big Daddy would encourage the crowd in a chant of 'Easy Easy...' before finishing off his floored opponent by dive bombing them with his huge belly. It denotes an easy and comprehensive victory.
    Pimwaggleon May 15, 2014   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think it's "A little lost roe deer"
    And "Allons y, let's go"
    And "Six weeks left alive"

    Great song.
    herbertcrumpon January 28, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's "You think you know, but you don't".
    einrobsteinon March 18, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI really have no idea what this song is about, but it rocks.
    einrobsteinon March 18, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think it's about a war, from the point of view of a (patriotic, I guess) soldier.
    "The man with the skull and bone
    You think you know but you don’t
    To Sodom I will go
    Not to Meddigo
    Several Lucifers come
    And we will beat them all"
    -The enemy (Hitler?)
    Your beliefs are wrong
    Sodom is the city which God destroyed in the old testament, a city which described as a city of evil and sinners. - He will go to this city, with bravery and courage.
    Several lucifers come, and we will beat them all - pretty obvious, 'we' will beat the soldiers of the evil (couldn't find a better word to describe) enemy.

    Anyway, I don't have the power to continue, but the song continues this way, only the soldier matures, the war continues (the second verse points at an ease in the battlefield, although it seems that the war continues, from the other verses), and he's getting depressed, hopeless and sad, from fear of the unknown and from the possibility that the enemy will win.

    Just a guess, anyway.
    RoD_131on March 25, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI had this on repeat for a day straight, no joke.
    sweetblisson March 28, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentA Carlton corsair
    The Raleigh twenty, yeah
    A little lost roe deer
    The wind in your hair
    No Lucifer


    The "Carlton Corsair" is a single-speed road bicycle, now called the MacBike.

    "The Raleigh Twenty" was a folding bicycle made in the 1970's.

    The "roe deer" is just a species of deer.

    The wind in your hair. No Lucifer.
    dbsabres06on March 30, 2008   Link

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