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Warm Brains - Two Fingered Salute Lyrics

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Warm Brains – Two Fingered Salute Lyrics

Your Dad was a fighter discharged at 23,
Went and died of the black lung then you buried him at sea.
My 70s trousers are flapping in the wind,
I salute with two fingers, you punch with your rings,
But you always take the time to take good care of me.

Do we have to long for simple times?
If we had them would we make the same mistakes?
You’ve been standing by yourself for an hour.
The wind don’t blow down the mouthpiece of these phones.

We go down the Rye, it’s full of skinheads sniffing glue,
We salute with two fingers and run and hide in your room,
Cause you always take the time to take good care of me.

Do we have to long for simple times?
If we had them would I make the same mistakes?
I’ve been standing by myself for an hour,
No mobile phone, just your message at my home.

Single celled and under close gaze,
Amoebas crawl along as you go ’bout your day.
You turn your head and it’s all gone.

Do we have to long for simple times?
You think we wouldn’t make the same mistakes?
I was standing by myself for an hour, no mobile phone, left your message at my home…
Now we long for simple times.

[Lyrics to Two Fingered Salute by Warm Brains]

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