"Welcome To Planet Motherfucker / Psychoholic Slag" as written by and Shauna Yseult Reynolds Ivan Peter De Prume....
Woven in the surface a premonition of a land
Erupting a sparkling occasion of a city crashdown!
Overhead revolvin' in a whirlpool a drag-o-rama walk'n on the sidewalk
So let me see ya howl'n through the keyhole"god damn,
Swept away" she shouted, she love it, getin away yeah!

I concentrate the midnight without the benefit of ceremony, whoever said,
"The one who strips your soul is the one that got away"
A weather-beaten angel descending to embrace the cemetery,
Got love, so mystifying "god damn, swept away" she shouted, she love it, get in away yeah!

She shouted, she love it, get in away, yeah!
Voodoo beat on the mind the digs too deep to find something has got to give,
Man (psych-out) racketeer or star you are just what you are, don't play the misty, baby!
(Get you) into a river sky electro nation cry "I need another, now"
Drift beyond the sleeping the moon is shiftin' shadows on her figure,
Swamptime locomotion "I can't take it, anymore!"

Sunlight through the shutters illuminating moment to the moment buzz a halo over
"Goddamn, swept away" she shouted, she love it, get in away, yeah,
Planet pretty kill, motherfucker hang me on the thrills,
Psychoholic slag tomorrow is another drag[yeah] picnic in the homeland,
Like a Jesus super-star yeah! kiss me deadly, baby (baby)
I know who you are (come on) planet pretty kill,
Motherfucker hang me on the thrills yeah! no small heaven (haven)
I got the left hand of the keeper,
Meet me in St. Louis "god" a one way ticket's cheaper yeah!
Time-travel I'm walk'n (walk'n)
I got a white line zombie fever (fever) yeah!
Time bomb the hero (hero) yeah get down!!


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"Welcome to Planet Motherfucker/Psychoholic Slag" as written by Shauna Yseult Reynolds Ivan Peter De Prume

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    General CommentCould it be about the old Leslie Neilson movie "Forbidden Planet"? I just dunno
    prax22aon September 15, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThey made a video for this song.
    samwaltonon July 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe sound byte of "Get up and kill!" after planet pretty kill is from the opening moments of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead.
    ArchieButtleon January 03, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIf it were an animated super-natural thriller, it would involve some kind of entity/painting that encompassed earth, a God and his new found lover, Gaia, having sex, deciding if he will destroy her before caring on....
    pluckynoonezon December 11, 2009   Link

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