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Old 10-30-2005, 03:55 PM   #1
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Is this a great lyric?

This is from a band from Dublin called Whipping Boy, from their 1995 album 'Heartworm':-

'We Don't Need Nobody Else'

"In the morning, I am a recluse, lost in memories
Ideal situations and convulsions.
I'm never in and I can't remember

They built portholes for Bono, so he could gaze
Out across the bay and sing about mountains
Maybe. You are what you own in this land

You can be King and it all depends on the view and what you can see
And around here nobody tells me what to do anymore
We don't need nobody else, just you and me."


Why is it stuff like this is virtually unheard of, and shite like Ronan Keating, Westlife and the Corrs are, apparently, part of putting 'Irish' music on the map?

Anyway here is the Wikipedia reference on this under-rated band:-

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Old 10-30-2005, 09:16 PM   #2
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It sounds a little too cheesy for me
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