"Badgeman Brown" as written by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Steven Alexander James and David Rowntree....
This is the voice of someone
Calling from a lonely hill
To the hard of hearing
For those who never will

A long legged someone
Seen walking away from home
Look a vacant dreamer
Walking alone alone

Ways that turn and turn
Which is what wed learn
As suffering believers
In the book of badgeman brown

They``ve dropping like flies
In a suburban house
From a lack of anything
Anything to keep their hands in

And the town keeps screaming
From a lonely hill
Another lack of people
Those who never will

Ways that turn and turn
Which I what wed learn
As suffering believers
In the book of badgeman brown

This is the voice of someone
Calling from a lonely hill
for the heard of hearing
For those who never will

The days will turn and turn
Which is what wed learn
As average believers
In the book of badgeman brown


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Badgeman Brown" as written by David Rowntree Steven Alexander James

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    My Interpretation"Ways that turn and turn
    Which I what wed learn
    As suffering believers
    In the book of badgeman brown "

    If wed means wedded/married then I'm guessing that the book of Badgeman Brown is some sort of religious book, like a bible.


    "They're dropping like flies
    In a suburban house"

    I'm guessing that's what happens when you don't abide by Badgeman Brown's rules.


    "This is the voice of someone
    Calling from a lonely hill" is Badgeman Brown.
    lhoggyon May 26, 2015   Link

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