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Jethro Tull – Jacob’s Tales Lyrics

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Who cares about the family silver

That glints in dusty halls

Lined with badly-painted landscapes

On badly-painted walls?

Who cares for family favourites

Dangling from the family tree?

That Auntie Mabel loved you more

Loved you, loved you more than me

We’re not old fools of competition

Jacob’s tales or superstition

But siblings born in equal grace

Seated at set-table place

Same old chances, toss of dice

Evil eyes look twice as nice

Blood runs thicker, blood runs cold

Seize legacy before it’s sold


Who cares if I am comfortable

In leafy rural lane

While you’re tied to drudgery

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Left staring at the rain?

That washes out your young ambition

Hung out, left to dry

And wither on the washing line

Washed-out, washed-out butterfly

We’re not old fools of competition

Jacob’s tales or superstition

But siblings born in equal grace

Seated at set-table place

Same old chances, toss of dice

Evil eyes look twice as nice

Blood runs thicker, blood runs cold

Seize legacy before it’s sold


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