"Direct Line to the Telepathic" as written by Sergio George, Jorge Luis Piloto, Angel Maldonado and Ramon Ayala....
Hey, look at me
I'm causing a catastrophe
But I, I just might see you and me
The headlights bright as the daydream
Hey, look at me
I'm causing a catastrophe
But I, I just might see you and me
The excess your own celebration now

Tiny records spin holding in
The air that you breathe
Tearing right through the seams you sew
It's getting right back to you

So let it rain, rain on
I'm causing a catastrophe

So let it rain, rain on
I'm causing a catastrophe

I got a direct line
A direct line
To the telepathic now

I got a direct line
A direct line
To the telepathic now

So let it rain, rain on
I'm causing a catastrophe

So let it rain, rain on
I'm causing a catastrophe

I got a direct line
A direct line
To the telepathic now

I got a direct line
A direct line
To the telepathic now


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"Direct Line to the Telepathic" as written by Lee M. Ranaldo Kim Gordon

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Comment... I think this song is about a relationship that was so tight, but fell apart, completely out of nowhere, and Brandin blames himself for this.("Hey, look at me... causing a Catastrophe.")

    But at the same time, Brandin feels that he can make everything just the way it was, and their dreams would come true...
    WishingOfHeron April 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentMy entire band hates this song...but I fuckin' love it. They always close their shows with it, cuz it's like...I dunno...almost epic, ya know?
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    dpf62984on March 10, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti never paid attention to this song for some time. and now i love it. my friend sings it in this amazing voice, so its kinda sentimental. love flickerstick.
    motorcycledrivebyeron May 16, 2004   Link

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