"Warrior" as written by John Lydon, John Mcgeogh, Alan Dias, Bruce Neal Smith and Lu Edmonds....
Fields they have eyes
Woods they have ears
Fish always sink
Head first downwards
I'll never dismount
I ride this tiger
Crosses are ladders
Leading to heaven

I'm a warrior
I take no prisoner

Keep the candle burning
Bright in the window
It's the only light i'll see tonight
Beggars can't be choosers
Shrouds they have no pockets
Some of us wake up
Others roll over
But not I
I'm a warrior
This is my land
I'm a warrior
This is my land
I'll never surrender
I'm a warrior

Hear this dog bark
Watch the trees sway
Keep the candle burning
Both night and day
Many invade
I take no quarter
This is my land
I'll never surrender
I'm a warrior
This is my land
I'll never surrender
I'm a warrior
I'll never surrender
I take no prisoner
I'm a warrior

Warrior
I'm a warrior
These fields have eyes
These woods have ears
Many invade
But I take no quarter
This is my land
I'm a warrior
I'm a warrior
I'll never dismount
I ride the tiger


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"Warrior" as written by Bruce Smith Allan Dias

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    General CommentAt a live show I saw, during this song, in between verses, Lydon hocked a huge logie about 10 - 15 feet above his head and caught it in his mouth, then went right on singing. Despite that they do put on a great live show. PIL rocks!
    monster36604on October 28, 2010   Link

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