Marching

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The Mavis's

The Mavis's were an Australian pop band from Ballarat, Victoria. The band was composed of Matt Thomas (guitar, vocals), his sister Becky Thomas (vocals), Nick Gill (guitar), Andrea Vendy (drums), and Josh Alexander (bass guitar). They are best known for their 1998 synth-driven single "Cry", which appeared on the Triple J Hottest 100 for 1998. The band also performed the song on Hey Hey It's Saturday. more »


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You fought for a god
Who was dealing a low blow
He was counting cash
While the blood dried onto you

All your friends are
Getting bitter
All your guns are
Marching after you

Fever dream and dust
No reflection looking back
Children hide in rafters
From the innocence they lack

All your friends are
Getting older
All your guns are
Marching after you

I fear your call
Not here at all 
I fear your call
Not here at all

Sparks flying from Mars
Are the daggers in your soul
Bricks falling to pieces
We're just looking out for you 

All your friends are
Getting colder
All your guns are
Marching after you

I fear your call
Not here at all
All your friends are
Getting weirder
All your guns are 
Whoa whoa whoa

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Written by: Matthew Thomas

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