"(That's) Just Not Legal" as written by and Feltham/whalley/nykyroj/mcdougall....
I turn on the T.V. as switch off my head
It's almost like bad fiction I have already read,
Well I think I'll come around and shoot your parents instead.
But then I'd go to gaol and I don't like being cooped up inside.

I may have lost my self-respect but I've still got my pride.
I would steal a car but I don't know how to drive.
The common law that binds us and that keeps us in place
Is often misconstrued as a god-awful waste

And it starts to unwind with a kick in the face.
Legal. That's just not.
I would take a cricket bat to a jewellery store
That's if I had a spine and it was within the law

I would give you the keys to the whole shopping mall.
I would take a cash machine and run down the street
That's if I had some muscles and was quick on my feet
I'm afraid it's a fact that I'm inherently weak

And that's just not legal.
I turn on the T.V. as I switch of my head
I wonder should I go out or just rot here in bed
Or I could burn down a school just to show that I cared

Senseless acts of violence are not really my game
I'm much too scared of getting caught or even worse-maimed
And to swim with no arms well it's just not the same.


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