The difference between us
Is negative one,
The math is simple
Subtract attractive opposites
Open, my bottle fizzing
You shake me out
Now implode,
This hollow body interior
(Hollow body interior)
Kingpin crumbles
Fade, fade, fade, fade

Where's my remote control
Where's my remote control
Where's my remote
Where's my high
Where's my remote

Crooked, mangled, melted, spoiled
It's funny but true,
Oh look what I could've done
Boring,
(Boring)
Missed out,
(Missed out)
Habitual umbilical
You say gravity pull,
You're strange and real
It's not easy sleeping
It's not too late, too late, too late

Where's my remote control
Where's my remote control
Where's my high
Where's my high
Where's my self control

Where's my remote control
Where's my remote control

The difference between us
Is negative one


Lyrics submitted by hardcor_toonz

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    General Commentgreat song, suprised to see no one commented on it...

    reminds me of one time me and my buddy were looking for his remote to watch CKY DVD and we walked around his Coffee Table like 40 times looking udner his couch every tiem i looked under or ontop of something he would look and it was right there ontop of the coffee table it was so trippy...

    but i seem to have a problem loosing remots like shit lol.
    oldskoolpunker23on November 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentLike a good chunk of AOE songs, it's drug themed. "Habitual Umbilical" meaning being so dependant on a substance it's akin to a baby constantly feeding on it's umbilical cord. The "remote control" is simply him expressing that he wants to change the channel a.k.a stop doing these things he's obsessed with/find a new or different high. I think the song refers to all habits in general, because the first verse sounds like a lot of sexual metaphors almost.
    Revidescent_84on May 24, 2011   Link

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