"Wolfman" as written by Peter Doherty and Peter Wolf....
Listen hard and close
Why are you morose
Did you take an overdose
To the winner's post
Can you make the chase?
Internet database
Webpage, you're outta your face
I'm in and out of space
Wolfman
It's giving me the hump, man
It's coming like a swamp, man
I jump when you say jump, man

The spitz's on you
So what you gonna do
You got a junkie for a mother
Your dad drank special brew
From the estate
You got enough on your plate
There was a gang in the shadow
I made the getaway

Wolfman
It's giving me the hump, man
It's coming like a swamp, man
I jump when you say jump, man

Jump
Jump
Jump

Get into the vibe
Slam in a megadrive
Arcade, the fire denied
I pulled my flick knives
Sent into kingdom come
Alley-cat got your tongue
Schizoid it's fame on the run
Wanted by the sun

Wolfman
It's giving me the hump, man
It's coming like a swamp, man
I jump when you say jump, man


Wolfman


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"Wolfman [UK 7IN Version]" as written by Peter Doherty

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    General Commentto me this song is praisinig wolfman but saying hes a no good asshole aswell. Its kind of stickin up for him aswell
    "You had enough on you plate"
    great song tho
    indiechick89on August 28, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti just got the 2 libertines albums and i'm now getting 'Down in album' because im interested in finding out what Babyshambles are like.

    is he really referring to a megadrive console?
    zodinon March 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentanyone seen the interview w/ pete and carl (pre-split) where pete sings this and is getting all into it and carl is just looking at him like wtf?

    wolfman IS a no good asshole. he got pete into heroin and is the reason the libertines broke up
    fearandloathinginLVon April 17, 2008   Link

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