The Danish Peace Academy

Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp Songbook

71-72 It Aint me Judge

You say you're looking for someone
Who was jumbing in a trench
Who might have chucked a hammer away
Oh it could have been a wrench
Someone on the wrong side of the law
But it weren't me judge, no no no it weren't me judge
It[?] aint me your looking for judge.

You say you're looking for someone
setting brolliers on the heat
Shelter two small children
[Who] we're sleeping underneath
The one to lit a fire to keep warm
But it weren't me judge ...

You say you're looking for someone
Who was singing at the gate
Dansing at the silos that will soon be filled with hate
[Who] ignored these pompous modplods, they're a bore
[But] It werent me judge...

You say you're looking for someone
wearing plastic hews and cape
A women wearing wellies, you say
[in] an intermediate way
Who mgiht have put a tent up in the gorse
Well that werent me judge ...

You say you're looking for someone
Who might have done a breach of peace
Sitting in the centry box and laughting at the police
and she gave him back his sandwiches and specs
well that weren't me judge ...
'd have kept i for my breakfast.

And you say you're looking for someone
Who slept beneath a washing line
Now realy, is that likely, do I realy look tht kind
But I think I know the culprit, yes I'm sure
That it was Bridget, yeah, yeah, yeah, Bridget Evans.
She's the one your looking for judge.

[No information about author.]

[Music: Bob Dylan: It ain't me babe
http://bobdylan.com/songs/aintme.html.]

[Benton, Sarah: Who is the greater felon?
New Statesman. Vol. 105. No. 2713, 18 March 1983 p. 8-9.]

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