Don't Make Me Block You (1:56)

Don't Make Me Block You (1:56)

Rob From Amersfoort's picture




You pretend that you're busy
but you're not doing anything
Except dropping the monkey
on somebody else

There is a village somewhere
Missing an idiot
Does this ring
a jarring bell

Don't Make Me Block You
I hate to see you go
Don't Make Me Block You
Stop this miserable show

You cut the fun out of things
Rubbing people the wrong way
Stop talking for a minute
Listen to what others say

We're moving in circles
Don't try to hold me down
There is more than meets the eye
Stop playing a dumb clown

Yeh right, like that's gonna happen anytime soon

Don't Make Me Block You
I hate to see you go
Don't Make Me Block You
You reap what you sow

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cindyrella's picture

Very cool retro sound! And so relevant-I have had to block some people-sadly. Nice!

dsweidel's picture

There's a village somewhere missing an idiot - love the line! Great

billwhite51's picture

the opening reminded me of fine young cannjbals and the english beat. then the vocals came in and the sound was totally original. the chorus is ultra cool.

katpiercemusic's picture

Isn't it sad that there's a whole genre of songs about trolls now? I love the sound of this one. The sax opening and then the sparse instrumentation... organ and cymbal. It builds nicely. Love the vocals on this too!

cts's picture

That sax riff, though. And man - that line about a village missing an idiot...I spat out my tea! Great line; really sets the tone of the song, I think. And as usual, your production makes me rethink what I'm doing in my own lab.

Fuzzy's picture

I don't know what "dropping the monkey" means, but it's a great phrase anyway!
Wonderful production and headphone mix.
I really enjoyed the harmonies.
The sax was a killer for sure; so nice!
Your sense of humour is fantastic.

marvsmooth's picture

I’m joining in the praise for that great saxophone in here!

Great chords and instrumentation as ever, and the lyrics and vocal are brilliant!

Great song Good

Klaus's picture

I like the different sounds and all the little sonic details. Chorus is catchy and there is even a contemporary message there too. Just wonderful stuff.