"Suburban Relapse" as written by and Morris Sioux....
I'm sorry that I hit you
But my string snapped
I sorry I disturbed your cat-nap
But whilst finishing a chore
I asked myself "what for"
Then something snapped,
I had a relapse...a suburban relapse
I was washing up the dishes
Minding my own business
When my string snapped
I had a relapse...a suburban relapse
[Should I]
Throw things at the neighbors
Expose myself to strangers?
Kill myself or...you?
Now memory gets hazy?
I think I must be crazy
But my string snapped
I had a relapse...A suburban relapse
(repeat last four lines)


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"Suburban Relapse" as written by Kenneth Ian Morris John Gareth Mckay

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    General CommentThe meaning of this song is rather obvious, but meaningful at the same time.
    I love this song, it's radddd
    Siouxsie is amazing.
    itsxpartyxtimeon August 11, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwe all have suburban relapses. its actually primal. we get sick of shit.
    STUDLYCUDDLYBUDDYon May 05, 2011   Link
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    General CommentSIOUXSIE: "It's committing a crime under the stresses of everyday life. Being so confused and... I don't know how anyone can be a judge, an actual one in court". Source: Melody Maker 21/10/78.

    I think this song has even more relevence today than ever.
    JJKelsallon December 01, 2012   Link

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