"Zombie Girl" as written by and Howie Beck....
i need a zombie girl who keeps her head on
someone whose eyes are wide
and doesn't feel a thing inside
i need a zombie girl

zombie girl's alright
but she never sleeps at night
from all that she's seen

all the pain she feels inside
or the pain from the daylight
should bring her to me

every night i swear i'll change but i never do
and maybe i lost my spine
but i know i know what's mine
i need a zombie girl

zombie girl's alright
but she never sleeps at night
from all that she's seen

all the pain she feels inside
or the pain from the daylight
should bring her to me

zombie girl's alright
but she never sleeps at night
from all that she's seen

all the pain we feel inside
or the pain from the daylight
should bring her to me


Lyrics submitted by rubio

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    General CommentHowie compares his ideal girl to a Zombie, and what might seem like a joke at first, is actually a trademark Howie Beck lyric. Only girls that have been hurt & disappointed themselves, might qualify as potential partners for him ("all the pain she feels inside, all the pain from the daylight should bring her to me"), probably because for many other women he is just "mr. nice guy". especially the 2nd verse gets very personal - he admits that he tried to change his attitude many times, but never could. and the following line "maybe i lost my spine, but i know what's mine" actually makes him a zombie as well, thus looking for the perfect partner. a howie-beck-esque love story, you could say :-)
    rubioon February 14, 2009   Link

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