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The justice monkey says -Hoorah for the European Court of Human Rights -

who yet again are concerned about the rights and welfare of convicted murderers. They think that 'life' without parole is unfair and unjust. So who's rights are they infringing if they release these people I wonder !

The song and recording are a few years old now but as The European Court is back in the news again it seems an appropriate time to post it. I thought I'd already posted it here and so it had been forgotten.
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Be kind to a killer.
Written June/July 2011

Verse 1.
Be kind to a killer say human rights he’s just like you and me,
show some compassion, have a heart, set this mortal free,
but when they get it wrong maybe, and someone should get burnt,
they will tell us yet again, lessons have been learnt.
Verse 2.
Don’t ever listen they take no heed of consequence or views,
push on regardless, don’t look back, watch it in the news,
as blunder after blunder hits the headlines we take stock,
we learn that levi bellfield’s now a member of their flock,
Part B.
[a] In their wisdom they make decisions and finish what they’ve begun,
They’ve removed all the law’s protection don’t they know what they’ve done.

[b] They won’t comment, nothing new,
See the madness of the few.
Verse 1.
Playing with fire behind the scenes, seven days a week,
more contradictions, piling up, ‘nough to make you weep,
returning danger to the streets they reach another goal,
as they release a madman with the devil in his soul.

Break as part B [a]
Part B
[b] They won’t comment, nothing new,
See the madness of the few.
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Hits: 1289
Comments: 6
Fans: 5
Plays: 85
Downloads: 45

Uploaded: Jul 11, 2013 - 08:52:38 AM
Last Updated: Jul 12, 2013 - 01:56:37 AM Last Played: Oct 25, 2017 - 12:35:01 PM
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Daugrin said 1614 days ago (July 13th, 2013)
Here Comes the Judge
Splendid.
All our "one world" friends are offended. How sad. Well done my friend!

Daug
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woofer3 said 1613 days ago (July 15th, 2013)
hello Daugrin
I have just written to this court after they effectively announced that there is no crime - no matter how bad - that deserves a whole life sentence!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! a startling statement to make, even from them. I have asked them how they'll put this into motion without infringing the human rights of the general public - up to now I have received no answer. The sooner the UK breaks away from these mad men the better.
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Monkaton said 1612 days ago (July 15th, 2013)
Good one John.
Nice use of tempo and meter changes throughout. Fits in nicely with the tone of the lyrics and the viewpoint of the narrator.

There are definitely people who deserve life without parole.
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woofer3 said 1611 days ago (July 17th, 2013)
Thanks Tim
As you can see this has been immensely popular, drawing attention from everywhere ha ha. The intro and bridge bit are in 5/4. About the politics of it - yes well the problem we have is that the European court of human rights has finally severed all connections with reality. I think this is why most people in the UK would vote for a break with it but being a democracy this is of course out of the question.
Check out my latest song called Drunken bakers [08-01]
lengold said 1591 days ago (August 5th, 2013)
Yet another
example of fabulous and unique song writing.
Cheers
Len

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woofer3 said 1493 days ago (November 11th, 2013)
Len
thank you - sorry I'm late saying this. John.

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