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​In Your Head

This song is by Lindisfarne and appears on the album Happy Daze (1974).

Who is the man who put this burden on me?
And who is the man who put me in this cell?
Where is the lad who stole my childhood fancies?
Stealing them and sealing them to sell?

Spinning round to kick me in the garden
So here I am, here I am, I'm in your head

Lights a light then blows it out to spite you
Then he'll disappear into a cloud
Let's the walls surround you till you're choking
Spills a can of oil upon your sand

Surely hell's the place for soul disturbers
Here I am, here I am, I'm in your head

Oh, smile and let your love run through
Oh, the voices they tell me still
But the question is tomorrow
Will I be full of sorrow?
Or will I put my wings up to the wind?

Sail across your ocean
Mama, survival pleads
But in weakness I surrender
To whoever is the sender
Mama, won't you help me please?

Climb into your yacht, you evil sailor
Oh, climb into a dustbin along that road
Leave my house without one single murmur
Oh, rid me of your ever gaining load

Surely hell's the place for soul disturbers
Here I am, here I am, I'm in your head
Here I am, here I am, I'm in your head

Written by:

Kenny Craddock

Lead vocals:

Everybody (Lindisfarne)