"Da Vinci Riot Police" as written by and George Barnett Joel Laslett Pott....
Country boys and city girls
Travelling to a foreign world, world
Oh, Da Vinci riot police
Cold War preacher on your street alone, alone

It started when your mother was young
In every song your father sung
He'd take it and he'd make it your own

Many other roads yet to run
So bind your heart in, back with love
Carry on, carry on
Many other roads yet to run
So bind your heart in, back with love
Carry on, carry on

Call your friends and pack your bags
To the brim, now we're nomads, mad
European sonic boom,
Electric chapel, book a room, a room

It started when your mother was young
With every song your father sung
He'd take it and he'd make it your own

Many other roads yet to run
So bind your heart in, back with love
Carry on, carry on
Many other roads yet to run
So bind your heart in, back with love
Carry on, carry on

It started when your mother was young
With every song your father sung
He'd take it and he'd make it your own

Many other roads yet to run
So bind your heart in, back with love
Carry on, carry on
Many other roads yet to run
So bind your heart in, back with love
Carry on, carry on

Many other roads yet to run
So bind your heart in, back with love
Carry on, carry on
Many other roads yet to run
So bind your heart in, back with love
Carry on, carry on


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"Da Vinci Riot Police" as written by George Barnett Joel Laslett Pott

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    My InterpretationIt sounds like he's touching on the race riots in Baltimore, Maryland, judging the title.
    seeingon June 20, 2015   Link

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