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Deadman’s Gun Lyrics. Your hand's upon a dead man's gun, and you're Lookin' down the sights Your heart is worn and the seams are torn And they've given you a reason to fight. And you're not gonna take what they've got to give And you're not gonna let 'em take your will to live Because they've taken enough and you've given them all you can give And luck won't save them tonight. One way it can be viewed is that this song is John Marston talking to his son, Jack. John himself is the dead man referred to in the beginning of the song, and Jack has taken his gun. Jack’s heart is worn and torn because of all the grief he has been through. John is telling Jack that he must not let fate decide for him and he must make his own choices, and that he now has a reason to fight. However, one could argue that John Marston would not want to be avenged by his son.
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|A||Flower In The Gun
Written-By – Fisher*, Igoe*, Dagnut*
|AA||The Last Cowboy
Written-By – Igoe*, Dagnut*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rondelet Music & Records
- Copyright (c) – Rondelet Music & Records
- Published By – Rondelet Music & Records
- Pressed By – MPO
- Produced At – Gateway Studio, London
- Mastered At – CTS Studios
- Bass, Lead Vocals – Dagnut*
- Design [Sleeve], Photography By – Mick Mercer
- Drums – Fish*
- Guitar, Vocals – John*
- Mastered By – Boppin' Bob*
- Producer – Phil Langham
NotesProduced at Gateway Studios (29.08.82)
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