"Recover" as written by Robin Harry Hawkins, James Martyn Frost, Iwan Huw Griffiths and Alexander Gregor Pennie....
Can't fight! There's no escaping the facts
I tried to help but I failed
To solve the problems so much
Of good intentions

I want my wasted hours back
And I want my head to clear
And I have this bad taste in my mouth
From late nights and bad films

Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!
Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!

I'm drip fed these pictures
And now my words abandon me
The fraction that still me
Said this lives not all it could be

Now did you catch what I said?
Did you catch what I said?
One by one my ideas fade
And there's nothing left to say

Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!
Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!
Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!
Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!

Can't fight, decide a future
Let's dance, you're so robotic
Times up, refill the meter
This disappointment's so electric
(x2)

Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!
Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!
Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!
Get up! Recover! Cause you'll never dance again!

By Gumo® Montevideo-Uruguay


Lyrics submitted by rhale_toucan.co.uk

"Recover" as written by Iwan Griffiths Alexander Pennie

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  • +1
    General Commentwahey. this song is great. i loooovve pennie. he is gorgeous.
    erm_yeahon December 23, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentit sounds like he talking about how he's just broken up with a girlfriend and now is trying to pick himself up again and try and restart his life again
    fry99on June 07, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis has gotta be one of my favourite songs ever, it is so catchy! The bass line is ace. More comments people!
    samboo1on July 28, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song! Definately the best on the album.
    ShadowXPon August 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song rox my sox XD lol but anyway good song , i thoght it was about like going to a school dico or "dance" or whatever and getting turned down by girls but going back for more . . .
    pwincesson September 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGet up! Recover! How many times do we need 2 tell are selves this in life?
    Beniscool1989on September 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI reckon this amazingly good song is about him just generally trying to recover after probably something about a girl...butscrew the meaning what a friggin awesome song!
    pinkaholicon September 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYour all wrong :)
    In an interview they revealed this is about how people should stop doing drugs.
    "I want my wasted hours back
    And I want my head to clear
    And I have this bad taste in my mouth "
    Their head isn't clear 'cus their pretty damn high.

    Why does everyone alwaysjump to the conclusion that songs are about having hearts broken?
    Sure, this song could imply it but the maning is far from heartache.
    Jemsyon September 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTo me, this song is the hangover to Monster's excesses.

    And to me it sounds like "you'll never dance again", not "she'll". And that strikes me as the kind of thing you say when you wake up feeling like death and promise yourself you'll never drink again.
    xpixiexon October 28, 2006   Link
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    General Commentlol, i agree wuth erm_yeah.
    the whole recovery thing does sound like rehab, but im not sure if its you'll or she'll, in that contex it'd make more sense to be you'll.
    but if its that, then its the exasperrated, just stop doing your drugs.
    its a good song.
    heyjuderefrainon February 06, 2007   Link

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