Who Sang The Player? Levellers

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Release information
Release Date: 1993-8
Genre: Rock
Style: Folk Rock
length: 3:16
lead vocals: Mark Chadwick
electric bass guitar: Jeremy Cunningham
guitar: Mark Chadwick and Simon Friend
drums (drum set): Charlie Heather
fiddle: Jon Sevink
mandolin: Simon Friend
writer: Mark Chadwick, Charlie Heather, Jeremy Cunningham, Jon Sevink, Simon Friend
There isn't much to gain
By living all the same way
The years just slip away
But it's too late then to play
If you live from day to day
You can play the game your own way
There's a million things to say
In a million places

For her it stays the same
Though a million towers have tumbled
And you can hear her pain
Voiced in a distant rumble
And when it starts to rain
All your monolithscrumble
It's always the same
Don't you feel a little bit humble

She came up to me, "Wanna know a mystery
There's a whole wide world for you to see
You're just a player in the game."

Well I've nothing left to say
Except take the time to ramble
In amillion different ways
There's a million paths to travel
And when there's something in the way
Take your time please remember
There's hope yet in the rain
And a voice in distant thunder

CD 1
  • 1 Warning
  • 2 100 Years of Solitude
  • 3 The Likes of You and I
  • 4 Is This Art?
  • 5 Dirty Davey
  • 6 This Garden
  • 7 Broken Circles
  • 8 Julie
  • 9 The Player
  • 10 Belaruse