"Pssyche" as written by Jeremy Coleman, Paul Ferguson, Martin Glover and Kevin Walker....

You're alone in the pack
You're feeling like you want to go home
You're feeling unfinished but you keep on going
The reason is there
You'll be falling 'til your feet are gone
Because your living a hoax
Sell us what you suss, no


Draw your brain, a sick inspiration
Your pill illusion
And then you ??follow a transfer??
Drugstore machine to play with your head
So you can stand back and watch
Take part and learn


If you don't know the game then you're still part of it
Because out on the streets it's strange
The ??scene's a show??
Knowing full well that you're on the range
Dodge the bullet or carry the gun, the choice is yours


Look at the controller
And now I see with a social degree
A middle-class hero
Rapist with your eyes on me
You pay some masturbation
A priest cheers for the nuns you fuck
You'd wipe out spastics if you had the chance
But Jesus wouldn't like it, no


Lyrics submitted by fractured_sanity, edited by mollytheskinoi

"Pssyche" as written by Kevin Walker Jeremy Coleman

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    General CommentWow, this song is awesome.
    Eatcarpeton December 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSo many quotable quotes, I love it! Am I wrong but I hear "And now I see with a social degree" as "a Nazi with a social degree!" I love the lines

    "You'd wipe out spastics if you had the chance
    But Jesus wouldn't like it, no!"

    So over the top glorious. I think the sentiment is also reflected in the Laugh? I Nearly Bought One cover art. PErfect.
    mayhapson May 31, 2007   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionDefinitely "A Nazi with a social degree" - one of their most famous lines
    DwarfCowboyon May 02, 2010   Link
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    TranslationI've altered the lyrics, they've just gone off for approval.
    mollytheskinoion January 11, 2017   Link

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