"Freakin' Out" as written by and Graham Coxon....
Nothing to see, nothing to hear
Nothing to be, nothing to fear
Nothing to prove, nothing to say
Nothing to loose, nothing to gain

Nothing to feel, nothing to hate
Nothing is real, it's all too late
What do you do, when nothing's wrong?
Ain't got a clue, ain't got no song

You're foaming at the mouth
You're mad without a doubt
Cause I'm really freakin' out
I'm going out of my mind
TV's got me going blind
And I'm really freakin' out

Hey man you think you got it made
Cool beard you stick on your phantom face
Got on your aviator's shades
Yeah man, your looking really ace

So what the hell you doing here?
Filling the space between my ears
Why don't you all just disappear
Plus all your friends just way to dear

You're foaming at the mouth
You're mad without a doubt
Cause I'm really freakin' out
I'm going out of my mind
TV's got me going blind
And I'm really freakin' out

Nothing to see, nothing to hear
Nothing to be, nothing to fear
Nothing to prove, nothing to say
La la la la, la la la lie

You're foaming at the mouth
You're mad without a doubt
Cause I'm really freakin' out
I'm going out of my mind
TV's got me going blind
And I'm really freakin' out


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"Freakin' Out" as written by Graham Coxon

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  • +1
    General CommentRamagamma, graham isnt trying to be bigger than blur, he left because he didnt want to write 'another parklife'. Anyway onto the meaning of this song.

    The pop-punk guitars are meant as a kind of irony, he's writing a mainstreamish style song as a semi attack on mainstream music.
    "nothin to loose nothing to gain" can be seen as a statement about young bands, they've come from nothing but in the end theyll have nothing. It can also be seen as a reference to his solo career. He's got nothin to loose from it and he knows that he wont acheive his former level of stardom.

    "the price of friendship is way too dear" could be a reference to blur, but i doubt it. Its hard to find true friends in the music industry, i think thats what this line was refering to.

    Its a semi warning to other musicians.

    thats what it means to me.
    Azraeldrahon February 28, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentCoxon is better than Blur. It'll be interesting to see if they get back together this year. This track rocks and is like a double shot of espresso.
    Celtic_FCon August 28, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhy no posts on graham's songs?i think he's a genius in music(guitar)!
    GRAHAM rules!
    cxcaramelon January 28, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYeah man you think you got it made
    Groovin' your stink on your Fender bass
    Got on your aviator shades
    Yeah man you're looking really ace

    woo. love that bit.

    anyway. I think he's just saying that all these fake indie bands that are paraded or rather the indie bands that are just a haircut are laughable, wasting their own good time and have got nothing..
    tigersroamfreeon November 12, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentUnlike what Azraeldrah said, I believe that this song simply states the uncertainty that comes with living. It poses the question: "why am I here?" Thus, Graham shows his thoughts when this phase inherent to all humans comes about.
    Morredon May 07, 2011   Link
  • -2
    General CommentYeah, you go Graham, You'll be bigger than Blur (not).
    Ramagammaon January 01, 2005   Link

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