"Don't Need A Drum" as written by and Raymond Mcginley Norman George Blake....
I don't need a drum, to make a song
When I want to speak, I open my mouth
If no one listens, I don't care
I still disturb the air when I want to

If I could say, don't need a thing
What do postcards say anyway
What do ? ? anyway
I still disturb the air when I want to

I don't need a drum, to make a song
When I want to speak, I open my mouth
If no one listens, I don't care
I still disturb the air when I want to


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"Don't Need a Drum" as written by Gerard Love Brendan O'hare

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    General Comment"I still disturb the air when i want to"

    A great line. Yeah, things can get bad sometimes, and a lot of the times we can be powerless. But perhaps this one act - disturbing air - provides enough comfort.
    JohnFitzJohnon August 06, 2016   Link

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