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Left Hand Luke And The Beggar Boys

This song is by T. Rex and appears on the album Tanx (1973) and on the album A Wizard, A True Star (1996).

This song has been covered by Martin L. Gore under the title "Left Hand Luke and the Beggar Boys".
Call yourself friend, and look me in the eye,
I'll unstrap my knees an apologise,
'Cause I'm, Left Hand Luke and the begger boys,
O yes we are.

Ain't no neighbours, upon our hill,
'Crept slight thigh Be-bop and old gumbo jill,
But I'm, Left Hand Luke and the begger boys,
O yes we are.

Ain't nobody's some-one,
And it hurts deep inside,
Just call us taxi mama and we'll take you for a ride,
'Cause we're, Left Hand Luke and the begger boys.
O yes we are.

Left hand luke and the begger boys,
O yes we are.

Myxomatosis is an animal's disease,
But I got so shook up mama that it ate away my knees,
And I'm Left Hand Luke and the begger boys,
O yes we are.

Ain't had no money lord, but it's plain to see,
If you had some silver mister how much would you pay for me?
'Cause I'm, Left Hand Luke and the begger boys,
O yes we are.

No one's gonna fool me baby