"The Bank of England" as written by Roughton Reynolds, Christopher John Batten, Liam Rory Clewlow and Robert Rolfe....
I refuse to notice the wind or the rain
To teach me of nature would be done in vain
I ignore all, I just contain

Predicated on a great disconnect
I don't react and I do not reflect
I just ignore all, I just retain

The invisible hand no longer guides, it chokes
The invisible hand no longer guides, it chokes

They blew up the bank of England
The paper burnt for days
They blew up the bank of England, oh

In the end we all employ sabotage
No room for ethics now, greed is in charge
I ignore all, I just constrain

How many barrels are left in the field?
I only care for the coins that you yield
I ignore all, I just obtain

The invisible hand no longer guides, it chokes
The invisible hand no longer guides

They blew up the bank of England
The paper burnt for days
They blew up the bank of England, oh

They blew up the bank of England
The paper burnt for days
They blew up the bank of England, oh

The paper burnt for days
The paper burnt for days
The paper burnt for days
The paper burnt for days
The paper burnt for days
The paper burnt for days


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"The Bank of England" as written by Liam Rory Clewlow Christopher John Batten

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