"New Thing" as written by and Donald E./rybarski Vandevelde....
Information came about her
Suddenly I live without her
Turn my stereo up louder
I don't want to hear about her
Took myself a small vacation
Kind of an investigation
Checking out a new sensation
Finding much invigoration
Hand is on the buzzer and I'm walking through the door
Get high on a new thing
Get high on a new thing
Everybody wants to find it
Just they're all so narrowminded
See a hill they've got to climb it
May be pots of gold behind it
Worry worry is your answer
If you like your wrinkles faster
Nursing old things makes them last
The way we did it in the past
Everybody telling you
You ain't got no respect
Get High on a new thing
Get high on a new thing
Suicide don't make it
Cause you're lonely in the end
Get high on a new thing
Get high on a new thing

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"New Thing" as written by Gregory Rybarski Donald E. Vandevelde

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General Commentseems like it's about moving past a lost love
    cool song
    traveler in stygianon May 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentSearching for a new drug. one that doesnt make your face break-out or make you sick sick sick. One that makes you feel good..
    Oh, I think thats a different song! lol
    TangoCharlieon July 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAs 'traveler in stygian' said, I also believe it's about moving on and a past love. One that ended bad, perhaps.

    "Information came about her
    suddenly I live without her"
    Perhaps the girl did something bad like cheating or lying to him, he finds out and has to let it all go. The rest seems pretty clear to me. He wants to get away from it all and find a new thing.

    Or it's simply a way of saying "Leave the bad stuff behind, stop worrying, find yourself something new". Getting high (happy) on a new thing!
    Simobon January 16, 2014   Link

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