"Brothers and Sisters" as written by Damon Albarn, Steven Alexander James and David Rowntree....
On my way to the club
I fell down a hole
All the people there
Said you come alone
And I, I just want to be, darling with you
The music's made that way
My eyes aren't blue
There's nothing I can do

So I stayed in the club
Just rewarding myself
Happiness could turn into something else
And I just wanna be, darling with you
The music's made that way
My eyes aren't blue, there's nothing I can do

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"Brothers and Sisters" as written by David Rowntree Damon Albarn

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    General CommentPeople have become too dependant on manufactured chemicals or drugs. It echoes
    the lyrics of Chemical World.
    Pedro49on April 23, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThat's exactly what I thought, that this was covering similar ground to chemical world!
    teapoton December 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYeah and it is reggae :). It is great song. Too bad they've split.
    Painbeareron March 27, 2007   Link
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    General Commentlove it.

    funny he is tough on Cocaine.....guess he'd know.
    pton March 07, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThat means I am not CHEMICAL-FREE...
    I use drugs, though(paracetamol)
    bear_hug20on May 27, 2009   Link
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    General CommentHe's saying don't take or do drugs because it will hurt you Even in the song he says: brothers and sisters REBUILD your lives we're all drug takers give us something tonight. He even makes it clear What he means by rebuild is to get off the drug addiction and MAKE SOMETHING OF YOUR SELF DON"T SIT AROUND DOING DRUGS BECAUSE it's NOT HELPING!!!
    Sergant123on August 21, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIn my opinion, this song is about being born into a world that automaticaly creates this addiction to these "drugs". "Sugar from the day you are born"; our parents feed sugar to us when we are young.. and verything pretty much has sugar or some sort of artifical sweetening or flavouring, we cannot help it when we're babies. Blur refers to hard drugs like "cocaine for murderers", watch any movie with a cocaine dealer.. it usually entales some sort of mafia or gang. They are relating not drugs but the substances that make this society go around with everyday things that we do not even notice. The songs not nessisary about drugs but just things that we are so use to.. Just like addictions. We crave life and fun but everyone is merely the same and will get into work after their education.."Caffine been through all of us". We don't notice how brainwashed we are in this society, and how addicted we are to living the way we do. We are hooked on the life that was given to us, not the life that we never chose.. "Sugar from the day you are born" my friends!

    Blur is brilliant, they're so controversial but in the most charming way possible. Just love, love, love them!
    sexigurl69on October 11, 2011   Link

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