"Radical Adults Lick Godhead Style" as written by Kim Gordon, Thurston Joseph Moore, Lee M. Ranaldo, Steven Jay Shelley and Jim O'rourke....
Send the moon through the skylight
Bells together outrageously
Noiseball, flirtatious example
Bless her soul to further degree
Theater goddess, film destroyer
New York girls are sure to enjoy her
Fuzzy peach, teenage computer
A shocking figure in the eye of the universe

I am dead by the beauty of strangers
In horror my eye-head transforms them
Into smiling beautific roommates
From dust to dust they create rock and roll
Here comes something, you are Lou Reed
Transformer cracked by the backyard stream
Killer tunes, bubblegum disaster
Radical adults lick godhead style


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"Radical Adults Lick Godhead Style" as written by Kim Gordon Jim O'rourke

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    General CommentThe absolute best song on "Murray Street," and one of the best recent SY songs, as well.
    YummyTreeSapon November 04, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe there aren't more posts here...TreeSap said it, this song is pretty awesome. I love when everything kicks in: Thurston's lyrics are perfection, Kim's whisper adds a creepy wisp, the bass is badass, drums create a careful pace, and the SWIRLING GUITAR is incredible! I feel like a million bucks when i hear this song... The whole album is incredible...my favorite since Daydream Nation.
    radiomouse86on January 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe there aren't more posts here...TreeSap said it, this song is pretty awesome. I love when everything kicks in: Thurston's lyrics are perfection, Kim's whisper adds a creepy wisp, the bass is badass, drums create a careful pace, and the SWIRLING GUITAR is incredible! I feel like a million bucks when i hear this song... The whole album is incredible...my favorite since Daydream Nation.
    radiomouse86on January 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyeah this song certainly rocks, my most played SY song on itunes.

    no idea what it's about of course since it's an SY song but i love the lyrics, very stylised and quotable.
    the lou reed reference is cool too, transformer is a good album.

    the outro is brilliant, the 3 guitars working together are great, especially jim's screeching guitar that adds to the chaos (anyone know how to make that noise on a guitar...?)
    toher.!on February 24, 2007   Link

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