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Fontaines D.C. - Liberty Belle


This song was last played at 6:57pm on Thursday 26th of March 2020 & the first time we seen it played was at 11:10pm on Wednesday 15th of January 2020. In total we've seen it being played 92 times.


Lyrics


You know I love that violence
That you get around here
That kind of ready-steady violence

That violent 'how do you do'
And the lie when Daddy was asleep in a phone booth


He's just very very tired of having

That same old boring conversation

Just like me. Just like you

Man is on the nod yeah what you gonna do about it?



You know I love that violence

That you get around here

That kind of ready-steady violence

That violent 'how do you do'

And the lie when his Daddy was asleep in a phone booth



He's just very very tired of having

That same old boring conversation

Just like me. Just like you

Man is on the nod yeah what you gonna do about it?



Is it easy?

Just to try it

Is it the same old line?

Well is it liberating?

Just to be so fine

Happens all the time



You know I love that violence

That you gather when the cartwheel blows down news

Of the marriage of the socialite's money to another one's land

And all but one will refuse to stand, yeah



He's just very ridiculed

And it's coming from the back row, side row, never-even-tried row

Nice man if you knew him well

I heard he owned a place called the Liberty Belle, yeah



Well is it easy?

I think I'll try it

It's just the same old line

I find it liberating

Just to be so fine

Happens all the time



Well come on, come on, come on, come on, come on

Well come on, come on, come on, come on, come on



The "total plays" shown on this page simply refers to the total number of times our archiving system has seen it being played since it was launched on the 28th of July 2014. It should not be relied upon as an exact figure for total all-time plays as the true figure could vary by quite a substantial amount.