Battle
Blur Lyrics


Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Completion search
Here I love the bow
See me walk on down to
Adorn myself, it's a new song glory
'Cause see me, what do you think of now

Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh
Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Can turn your sights
Kill until sub-zero
See me oh it turns you on

All my gawe
It's the end of your
Take your last one now

Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh
Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh
Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Damon Albarn, Graham Leslie Coxon, Alexander Rowntree David, Alexander James Steven

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INSOMNIA

Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Completion search
Here I love the bow
See me walk on down to
Adorn myself, it's a new song glory
'Cause see me, what do you think of now

Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh
Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Can turn your sights
Kill until sub-zero
See me oh it turns you on

All my gawe
It's the end of your
Take your last one now

Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh
Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh
Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh

Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle someone, oh



Roiy Benkel

CHORUS:
        Battle, battle, battle, battle, battle
        Battle someone, ooh
        Battle, battle, battle, battle
        Battle someone, oohComplication search
        Here I love the bow
        See me walk on down to
        Adorn myself
        It's a new song glory
        'Cos see me
        What do you think of nowREPEAT CHORUSCan turn your sights
        Kill until sub-zero
        See me oh it turns you on
        All my gawe
        It's the end of your
        Take your last one nowREPEAT CHORUS



All comments from YouTube:

Luddite

This album is a masterpiece. Damon’s character studies of the Britpop era were fun and clever and all, but his lyricism throughout this record is truly amazing. As are his and Graham’s sound direction. This is basically the 97 album but with lyricism and sound that goes the full mile and then some. I have no doubt this must have been personal hell for them, Graham battling the bottle and Damon losing his love and trying to get off heroin, but it didn’t half sound amazing. This entire album is the sound of someone battling their demons and is truly stunning.

Tom Thornton

What a through yet accurate explanation! As painful as many life events are, and as horrendous as addictions may be; it's incredible what creative masterpieces can be produced, both during and as a result of that pain.

GLX

This is depicting the pain of his break up

pigammon

This is probably an unpopular opinion, but this song is one of the if not best pieces of music any of the four have produced. I can't describe why. It's just amazing.

GLX

This song really makes you feel the pain of a break up

Satellite Sounds

It's always been one of my favourites and not just Blur even, in general. I agree with you, just amazing. This album was one of my biggest influences as a musician.

cheaptoons

LIKE BEING IN A FLOATING PSYCHEDELIC SPACE COSMIC NIRVANA ,,,that's how I like to Describe it !!!

GregMHouse

Otherworldly.

Erdingtons Finest

If I had to pick 5 tracks by them this would be one. I just love the drums.

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LeonBestCCFC

I discovered this song in the most unorthodox way. It was 2002, I was 10 years old, and one morning in a school assembly our headmaster put an image up on one of those old overhead projectors. The image was of a painting by Salvador Dali 'The persistence of memory' (the melting clocks painting). He challenged us all to find a piece of music at home that we believe suits the image, and to bring in our chosen piece on CD. The winning CD would be played in assembly at the end of the week with the image displayed. I don't even know why I was so determined to find the perfect match, but sure enough I went home with a plan on sitting there for hours if I had to listening through my dad's CD's. Blur 13 just happened to be sat at the top of the pile, took me less than 5 minutes to come across this song and I immediately knew the search was already over, very first moment I heard that almost metronome sounding opening. My selection ultimately beat out fierce competition from S Club 7 and the Vengaboys and I never felt so chuffed having it played on the Friday morning, until I had to get up and explain to the entire school why I chose it. I have no idea what I said

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