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Originally started out as a demo for Aidy's 'Song A Week' project back in 2010.

lyrics

You got me thinking, my heart was sinking
But now I’m reeling, and these wounds are healing
I got by on looks till me confidence shook
And I watched everyday as they took everything that I had
You told me fifteen they, they told me fifteen
I walked in three as I smiled thru my teeth
I’ve got gold I can’t touch, if I take it I’m fucked
And I can’t use my name I’ve got no one to blame but myself

Oh no, I’ve seen the punches you throw
So motherfucker let’s go

So unreliable, cos it’s not viable
This was a field, now it’s all brick and steel
In a box I can’t touch, if I take it I must
I’ve got riches and gold and I’m not gonna fold, oh no

Oh no, I’ve seen the punches you throw
So motherfucker let’s go

Oh no, I’ve seen the punches you throw
So motherfucker let’s go

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from the British IBM, released July 26, 2012
Adrian Killens, David Martin, Paul Richards, David Simpson,

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the British IBM Cambridge, UK

The British IBM was formed by retro enthusiast and singer-songwriter Aidy as a way of combining his two passions; indie rock and vintage computing. Joined by an innovative rhythm section featuring bassist David and drummer Paul, the trio have been performing and touring together for two years as 'Aidy' before The British IBM was officially born on the 1st January 2012. ... more

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