Kill - O - Gram

from by Paul Liddell

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KILL – O – GRAM

Exploiters network is the national grid
Unscrupulous doesn’t quite cover it
Yeah you think that you’re safe, but your name’s on the list
I’ll be in severing heaven when opening up your wrists
And you may think it strange but I don’t find it funny
Relieving old people of their pension money
And I may be wrong, this may not be your fate
But I based my decision on an estimate

I wanna knock on your door with a knife in my hand
I wanna be your kill-o-gram
No luck of the draw – it’s personal justice
The law of the land is never gonna touch this
Knock on your door with a knife in my hand
I wanna be your kill - o - gram
Can’t hide from my law when your name’s on the list
You’d better get ready for personal justice

I don’t believe in abstinence everlasting
I put my faith in a prophylactic
People need to be free from disease
So with the Holy See I disagree
But I prefer the see to celebrity
Transgressions broadcast on TV
Intellectual infidelity
Is broadcast on the BBC

I wanna knock on your door with a knife in my hand
I wanna be your kill-o-gram
No luck of the draw – it’s personal justice
The law of the land is never gonna touch this
Knock on your door with a knife in my hand
I wanna be your kill - o - gram
Can’t hide from my law when your name’s on the list
You’d better get ready for personal justice


Is the fear in the media making us sick?
Is the Pope a Catholic?
Do we deserve or fate ‘cos we lost our wits?
*IS* the Pope a Catholic?
A brazen beauty clothes obscene
Bought her the life of a waking dream
The televised death of a beauty queen
With her face on the cover of a magazine
Is the fear in the media making us sick?
Is the Pope a Catholic?
We deserve our fate ‘cos we lost our wits
So give me the knife and I’ll cut you quick

I wanna knock on your door with a knife in my hand
I wanna be your kill-o-gram
No luck of the draw – it’s personal justice
The law of the land is never gonna touch this
Knock on your door with a knife in my hand
I wanna be your kill - o - gram
Can’t hide from my law when your name’s on the list
You’d better get ready for personal justice

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from Milestones And Motorways, released May 7, 2011

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Paul Liddell Sunderland, UK

Paul's modern take on the 'one man band' using live loops, guitar percussion, harmonies and effects has seen him support artists such as Turin Brakes, Jon Gomm and Billy Bragg. A diverse and challenging writer with a unique voice, his live performances range from whispering intensity to a white knuckle, edge of your seat, ear splittingly glorious racket. ... more

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