We Know Where You Live

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lyrics

We Know Where You Live

So this is where it all went wrong, but these are the streets where I belong
We kissed our girls behind those prefabs ,by the way they ended up in rehab
Where are the Deanstown corner boys, dead or on the inside?
Was it the council or Gepetto that turned the Dunsink dump into a meadow?
We made a pact in shorts and vests, on the border between south & west
No man’s land was in those fields, where the threat to us was real,
If we ever dared

Our love of life illuminates this lonely cityscapes
Until the plywood comes off of the windows
There is no-one we can trust but the night belongs to us
We'll survive because we only listen to our man on the inside

Was it the planning of an ass or the cunning play to cage the working class
Was It’s the tracksuit or stiletto that turned this neighbourhood into a ghetto
But revolution wasn’t on our lips, will be known as Generation Zip
Is the road out here far too steep
Or do we find it much more comfortable as the foot of the heap

Our love of life illuminates these lonely cityscapes
But whilst were looking at the stars through the ceiling
There is no-one we can trust but the knife belongs to us
We'll survive because we only listen to our man on the inside

You say the system hasn’t got a cent to give
but we know where you live, we know where you live
You cover up the paper trails, the off-shore tales with yet another fib
but we know where you live, we know where you live
You say we all must bear the pain unapologetically and glib
but we know where you live,

Our love of life illuminates these lonely cityscapes
but whilst away is the only thing worth stealing
We may be forced to travel far
Where there is no-one we can trust but the knife belongs to us
We'll survive because we only listen to our man on the inside

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from Last of the Analogue Age, released October 17, 2014

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