"Radiation Day" as written by and David Wyndorf....
Corporation Bigwigs
A keep us alive boy
You can try to run
But baby you can't hide
Go ahead and you jerk off
Your bitches with a Samsung

Modern life is eating you alive

So keep a blast of love and napalm
Rollin' trough your head
Watch the tube enough to freak you,
Before you go to bed
I never had the nerve to love you
I couldn't find my way
But now I've got the chops to nail you
On radiation day

Come on out and play
Ain't no time to waste

They got a pill that'll guarantee
You a hard one
They got a box where you
Can always play
So don't strain your Brain now
Brother, your mammy's back in town
Just drink her milk and it'll be o.k.

So keep a blast of love and napalm
Rollin' trough your head
Watch the tube enough to freak you,
Before you go to bed
I never had the nerve to love you
I couldn't find my way
But now I've got the chops to nail you
On radiation day

Come on out and play
Ain't no time to waste
Give yourself away
Radiation day


Lyrics submitted by shadowwiththeeyes

"Radiation Day" as written by David Wyndorf

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    General Commentapparently the boys are pissed off at technology and television in particular =O
    hardcor_toonzon December 07, 2004   Link
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    General CommentJust going by the tune alone, this seems like the "Evil" version of the song "RUNNER'S HIGH" from Japanese punk band, The Pillows. Same drum beat opening. Same little tune on the guitar.
    ThePepsiPiperon March 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGo ahead and jerk off
    Your bitches with a Samsung

    hahaha

    I wonder if when he says he's 'got a blast of love and napalm rolling through my head', he's talking about watching sex and violence on tv...
    Dandy In the Ghettoon November 19, 2007   Link

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