Procol Harum with Robin Trower - Still There'll Be More - Isle of Wight 1970





"Still There'll Be More" is the third track from the Procol Harum's fourth album Home, released in 1970. With the departure of organist Matthew Fisher and bassist David Knights and the addition of the remaining musicians' (Gary Brooker, B. J. Wilson and Robin Trower) former bandmate bassist/organist Chris Copping from The Paramounts, Procol Harum was, for all intents and purposes, The Paramounts again in all but name. The purpose of bringing in Copping was to return some of the R&B sound to the band that they had with their previous incarnation.








Lyrics


I'll bathe my eyes in a river of salt I'll grow myself right up to the sky I'll sing in the forest, tear down the trees I'll foul all the fountains, trample the leaves


I'll blacken your Christmas And piss on your door You'll cry out for mercy Still, there'll be more


I'll put a blight in the orchard I'll run wild through the fields I'll waylay your daughter, kidnap your wife Savage her sexless and burn out her eyes


I'll blacken your Christmas And piss on your door You'll cry out for mercy Still, there'll be more


I'll bathe my eyes in a river of salt I'll grow myself right up to the sky I'll sing in the forest, tear down the trees I'll foul all the fountains, trample the leaves


I'll blacken your Christmas And piss on your door You'll cry out for mercy Still, there'll be more


Still, there'll be more Just come back and see You'll get what's coming from me I'll blacken your Christmas And piss on your door You'll cry out for mercy Still, there'll be more Still, there'll be more Mercy, mercy, mercy Still, there'll be more Mercy Still, there'll be more




Songwriters: G. BROOKER / K. REID


Still There'll Be More Lyrics © S.I.A.E. Direzione Generale, Essex Music International Inc., UNIVERSAL - POLYGRAM INTERNATIONAL PUB INC