"Bleed Like a Craze, Dad" as written by and David Bowie....
Shine shine shine (x6)

Bleeds like a craze, Dad
These are the craze

Easy come, come, gotta back
In the valley of the dead man walks
How they drank from the jazz

Astral, Kestrel,
Fed into the featherfall
Fed him on a pencil carving
You will never get

Shine shine shine
Bleed like a craze, Dad
These are the craze
Shine shine shine
Bleed like a craze, Dad
These are the craze

Seek for a leather journey
Never stopped to think about
Hollywood King Kong
Domino on the side

Street light, looking right
Looking to the parlous parlors
Party on the dead
Put a net through his headache

Shine shine shine (x3)

Blee-eed, bleed like a craze, Dad
These are the craze

Living on a movie
All the Shirley/Charley films on film
Come together, party
Footnote on the footstone

Shine shine shine
Bleeds like a craze, Dad
These are the craze

Shine shine shine
Shine shine shine

CHORUS (x6)

Bleed like a craze, Dad
These are the craze


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"Bleed Like a Craze, Dad" as written by David Bowie

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    General Comment"The cut-up style that is obviously used on such tracks as Bleed Like A Craze, Dad (yes, it is a play on Krays) and Dead Against it springs from the Brion Gysin/William Burroughs school of Fucking with the Fabric of Time."
    -Bowie

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krays
    laurelinwyntreon October 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSounds to me like a commentary on the Hollywood party scene
    CuteSparkinaon April 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentHaha, I though the title could be a pun at Dylan's It's All Right, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding).
    Reinton August 15, 2009   Link

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