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Interview With Chris Welch / The Story Of JB Lenoir
by John Mayall
Lyrics



Interview With Chris Welch / The Story Of JB Lenoir Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
The time must surely come
For the laws to fit the times
The time must surely come
For the laws to fit the times
Verse 2
But while the law is standing
You gotta open up your minds
Verse 3
It seems to be the fashion
To say you're right and they are wrong
It seems to be the fashion
To say you're right and they are wrong
Verse 4
But you gotta see both sides
You'll find yourself in jail 'fore long
Verse 5
You're screamin' at policemen
But they're only doin' a gig
You're screamin' at policemen
But they are only doin' a gig
Verse 6
Gotta try and take the time
To figure out how the issue got that big
Verse 7
Lenny Bruce was trying to tell you
Many things before he died
Lenny Bruce was trying to tell you
Many things before he died
Verse 8
Don't throw rocks at policemen
But get the knots of law untied
Verse 9
Every time you're holdin'
You are guilty of a crime
Every time you're holdin'
You are guilty of a crime
Verse 10
The laws must change one day
But it's goin' to take some time

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