"Tipping The Lion" as written by and Roger Osborne....
Follow lead point to my head
We got Dresden solid dead
I ain't gonna stand leaking from my hand
Don't like the front of me on a mand
Be still the messagly
Distending a modern tale
By phone line
Might have seen
On read by rhyme
The violence stirke and spare
Seems fortified down square
What is the quality reaching low fo side
My tears intendedly bonified
You still motor high
Reach sending a modern tease
Right phone line
High voice tone
Forty lee and four a why

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"Tipping the Lion" as written by Roger Osborne

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    General Comment"Tipping the Lion" was the name given to a violent act committed by the London street gang Mohocks in the early 18th century. It involved finding an innocent person, crushing in their nose with a large piece of iron, and then gouging out their eyes with the thumbs.

    It might be about that, but I'm not sure. Does anyone else think so?

    Great song though. I love the guitar and drums.
    CivilWormon August 09, 2013   Link

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