"Teenage Nervous Breakdown" as written by and Lowell T George....
Well some contend that rock and roll
Is bad for the body and bad for the soul
Bad for the heart, bad for the mind
Bad for the deaf, bad for the blind

Makes some men crazy
And then they talk like fools
Makes some men crazy
And then they start to drool

Unscrupulous operators could confuse
Could exploit and deceive
The conditional reflex theories
And change the probabilities

I said it's a crass and raucous crackass place
With pavlov on the human race
It's a terrible illness, it's a terrible case
And usually permanent when it takes place

It's a teenage nervous breakdown
It's a nervous teenage breakdown
It's a tenenerve nervetene
It's a tennenervenerna
Whoa!

Well some contend that rock and roll
Is bad for the body and bad for the soul
Bad for the heart, bad for the mind
Bad for the deaf, bad for the blind

Makes some men crazy
And then they talk like fools
Makes some men crazy
And then they start to drool


Lyrics submitted by jacksongreer

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