"Hyperstation" as written by Kim Gordon, Lee M. Ranaldo, Steven Jay Shelley and Thurston Joseph Moore....
Falling outta sleep I hit the floor
I pull on some rock tee and I'm out with the door
From Bowery to Broome to Green
I'm a walking lizard
Last night's dream was a talking baby wizard

All coming from female imagination
Daydreaming days in a daydream nation

Smashed up against a car at 3 am
The kids dressed up for basketball
Beat me in my head
There's burn trash in my hall
And my place is ripped
I totalled another amp, I'm callin' in sick

It's an anthem in a vacuum on a hyperstation
Daydreaming days in a daydream nation


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    General CommentThis song epitomizes the loneliness and alienation of living in NYC. Who hasen't been mugged at 3am in the Bowery by the kids from the"latenite basketball programs"?? Who hasen't thought of these lyrics as they're "calling in sick"??
    rocket426on March 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentBut the experience at 3:00 a.m. could have been a daydream. I think this song speaks about not being in the present: daydreaming in a world where everybody wishes to be somewhere else but things don't quite come up as you want to.
    Alienoon August 18, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthis is some good shit!!
    hazzamatazzaon March 02, 2008   Link

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