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Credits

Composer: Bryan Andrew Page
Copyright: Bryan Andrew Page

Lyrics

I'm incommunicado
Nothing of value to say
I'm on too much medication today

But if I had an opinion
I'd phone in every line
Like a chat show addict just to keep me occupied

But I just can't see a future
In peddling rumours and lies
I'd be much better off doing something better with my time

CHORUS
You can take away my soapbox, I don't mind
You won't get that crap back chat from me

Pointless communication
About things that ain't really news
Are just about as important as fancy shoes

And I just can't see a future
In watching those celebrity lives
And I ain't got a clue where we'll end up if man survives

CHORUS
You can take away my soapbox, I don't mind
You won't get that crap back chat from me
Too busy trying to save the world in my spare time
You won't get that crap back chat from me

(INSTRUMENTAL)

I'm incommunicado
Nothing of value to say
So I won't say it

CHORUS
You can take away my soapbox, I don't mind
You won't get that crap back chat from me
Too busy trying to save the world in my spare time
You won't get that crap back chat from me

Really try to lower myself
But it's so hard to and bad for my health
So if you don't mind please do it yourself
You won't get nothing from me

Take a moment to think what you say
And if it's pointless just throw it away
Save your breath for another day
For something you really mean

(Ad lib nonsense to fade)

ReportJesta - Back ChatJesta - Back Chat

  • Founded: January 1995
  • Location: Morecambe, United Kingdom

Members

  • Bryan Page

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Back Chat    Back Chat

  • Title: Back Chat
  • Artist: Jesta
  • Duration: 00:03:53
  • Played: 10

This song was an experiment between Jesta a.k.a. Bryan Page and his 3-year-old son, Harrison. Wondering how easy it was to co-write with a young child, Bryan provided Harrison with multiple choices about how the song should be, what instruments to use and what should happen next. The ideas came from the adult, but the choices were all made by the toddler - in fact part of the tune in the last section was entirely Harrison's idea! Lyrically the song developed after getting annoyed at the time people waste discussing topics that really don't matter in the overall scheme of things.

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