"Stabbed" as written by and James Allan....
I'm gonna get stabbed
The Baltic Fleeto are up my ass
No cavalry could ever save me
I'm gonna get stabbed.

You don't want to stab me,
You don't want to stab me,
Cause you don't know my family
And our capabilities.
You don't want to stab me.

I had my choice, I took my choice
That was to stand and fight the Fleeto Boys
But now I find myself running for my life
I seen their swords and their knives
And I changed my mind.

It's time to go,
It's time to run.
Run rabbit run.
Run rabbit run.


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"Stabbed" as written by James Allan

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    General CommentIts a true reflection of a common situation in Glasgow these days and brilliantly portrayed.

    Love the bit "you dont wanna stab me, You don't want to stab... ME!" Such a Glasgow expression.

    Emphasising the me, as in, Im a somebody. If you do that then your going to get alot worse done to you.
    pavelon August 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentFleeto's are names given to local gangs in Glasgow. The Baltic Fleeto is the local gang to dalmarnock - Glasvegas' own patch.

    This to me is about running with your mates til the mob your sparring with bring out the weapons and your going to get fuct over with the armoury involved.

    That's real man - the Glasgow equivalent of Bloods n Crips
    tr1xt3ron September 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commentaye. helping to bring parts of the true glasgow underworld to mass attention.
    Hoggyon September 30, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI like the use of Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" in the background

    Exrtemely haunting
    Fivestarmotelon October 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm pretty sure the title of this song is "I'm Gonna Get Stabbed"
    izkyd1331on August 07, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthe single version is called 'im gonna get stabbed', on the album its just 'stabbed'. either way, its a very moving song from an amazing album by a spectacular band.
    blakleberryon September 19, 2009   Link

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