"Anti Everything" as written by and Paul Edward Draper....
Anti everything (live in Richard Rogers' doorways)
I care nothing (lives at the bottom of your strung-out conscience)
Except mescaline (take the day off, it's cheap for cider)
I pay for sex in sleeping bags

I smell you on me
Phased out of your life
You're no different from me

I tell you anti-everything (love him and hate him both at the same time)
I care nothing (lives at the bottom of your strung-out conscience)
Except mescaline (take the day off, it's cheap for cider)

Find a place where you can rest
Your sleepy head and won't get pissed with me
Find a place where you can rest
Your sleepy head and won't get pissed with me


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"Anti Everything" as written by Paul Edward Draper

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    General Commentlove this song. Has a very unique sound to it. Paul(?) or was it Chad said in interview Uncut 98- "'Anti Everything' is about a bizarre encounter I had with a really aggressive tramp who bragged about the doorway he lived in."
    Mansunroseon January 19, 2008   Link

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