"Ready 1" as written by and Phil/davern Jamieson....
Walkin' in a rainstorm
Suffering the ocean
Wishing I was water
Wishing they could sort it out
Satan got a lover
Found it on the freeway
Admit the undercover
So many won that never lost

Are you ready for a change to come?
Theirs already one already one

Figure like the stink fiend
The badger in a fist fight
Stutter stunts the chumps dream
The paranoia made it right hey

Lost sheep to shepherd
Shepherd to lost sheep
Come back yeah come back

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"Ready 1" as written by Phil Jamieson Pat Davern

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    General Commenti love grinspoon and this was one of their first songs that i heard. GRINSPOON RULE
    surfy_chicon June 12, 2002   Link
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    General CommentHere Here surfy_chick. Grinspoon live goes off.
    tommy_02on August 27, 2002   Link
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    General Commentphil jameison was a rock'n'roll god, back in the day.
    atthedrive-inon December 07, 2004   Link
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    General Commentwho whould agree that grinspoon aren't as great as they used to be? i love the opening base line of ready one

    are these lyrics right?
    "figure like the stink fiend
    the badger in a fist fight
    stutter stunts the chumps dream
    the paranoia made it right...hey"

    doesnt sound right...
    and aslo i have absolutely no idea what this osng is about
    black&greenon April 15, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI'm right there with you black&green. Grinspoon changed a little with NEw Dentention but that Thrills, Kills and Sunday Pills Album sunk them IMO. Moved too far away from the hard pub-rock sound that they made their own. Still every album, especially Guide to Better Living and Easy rock hard.
    Delicious Soyon May 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthese lyrics are so wrong!
    staceym24on September 18, 2008   Link

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