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Empty Heed

by Downtown Lester Brown

Named after a Mallaz's friend Empty Heed is performed in a style dubbed Funk Rock Acid Jazz Pop by Downtown Lester Brown. The lyrics were written by Ben Taylor, with some input from Mallaz, and the music by Richard Gilroy and Ben Taylor.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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Album Notes
by Downtown Lester Brown

Music by Richard Gilroy and Ben Taylor
Lyrics by Ben Taylor and Malcolm White
Artwork by Malcolm White

Recorded at North-East Rehearsals-Recording

vocals – Ben
guitar – Ben and Richard
bass – Eesh
drums – Johnny
percussion – Johnny and Mallaz


Hey, joker boy, you gotta
lay off those vibes you're sending out.
You send them down with the pain you're bringing.
He's been working on a war cry-
Sounds just like a tiger's yawn.
He waits 'til dawn to let it out, don't let him in.

Hey, clown face, you gotta
Think before you let your open mouth
Run rings around your holy fire.
He's been trippin' in the bath along with
Golden eels that keep him from the sharks
And from the dark depths of the plug hole in his mind.

Hey, hey, hey, he's just trying- trying to be somebody else,
Hey, hey, hey, just wing it- yeah go wing it
Hey, hey, hey, he's just trying- trying to be somebody else
So hope that nothing comes between you and yourself

The man sleeps with a gun, he was born to be scum

copyright - Downtown Lester Brown 2011



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