"Static (Version B)" as written by and Beck Hansen....
Can you feel it in the airwaves
Rollin down the lane
Black out in the background
Standin' in your veins

Nothin' that I wouldn't say to you
Can you teach it to the prisoners
Can you throw it at the wall

You leap into the altitudes
See just where you fall
Nothin' that I wouldn't take from you

Can you fit it in the system
Can you put it in a word
Static and distortion
Is all you ever heard

Nothin' that I wouldn't say to you

Lyrics submitted by hey brown bear

"Static" as written by Victoria Louise Lott John Robert Beck


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    General CommentI think this song's about isolating yourself from humankind. Nature's the one who can understand you and accept you no matter who you are. Nature's a place where you can find rest and happiness and live.
    suclid003on January 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'd say it's about not letting just the same-old, same-old fill your mind. Break out of it, even if it seems that it would be worse to do it. You've not been alive for so long, and it doesn't seem possible, it doesn't seem good... But it's the best thing you could do for yourself. Don't fake it... This static is leaving you stranded in nowhere, but you're distracted by this nothingness and don't realize what you're missing.
    HappySalmonFamilyon February 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAll i've got to say is that this songs is fuckin' awesome, great melody,

    best lines:

    "But the static in your mind leaves you hollow and unkind"

    Kudos to Beck!
    libertineboyon November 22, 2009   Link

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