"Fingers Never Bleed" as written by Christopher E Keating and Anand Mathew Wilder....
All alone, a boring job
Mincing words to fall asleep
Expertise on air guitar
So your fingers never bleed

I know you think you could do this without me
But I know I could do without you
Failed ambitions held up on a trident
Hope predictions of future come true

All the tin can buildings rattle the sidewalk
All the cars upturned talk like the trains
Ten thousand red balloons over New York
Hope the bridges all burn your life away

So you banned a friend from
Took the marrow from disease
White collar criminal
So his fingers never bleed

I know you think you could do this without me
But I know I could do without you
Failed ambitions held up on tridents
Hope predictions of future come true

All the tin can buildings rattle the sidewalk
All the cars upturned talk like the trains
Ten thousand red balloons over New York
Hope the bridges all burn your life away


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"Fingers Never Bleed" as written by Christopher E Keating Anand Mathew Wilder

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    My Opinioni think this song is about people who just go with the flow, even though they would like to change something they're to lazy or feel safe and they just keep the things the way they are and hope for troubles to sort out themselves.
    skywalkereon October 14, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat song. Can't stop listening to it. Not that I want to.
    vandalismon August 15, 2012   Link

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