We found a diary in this loaned van, and we had absolutely no compuncture whatsoever in immediately opening it up and reading great lengths of pages, taking turns to recite passages in ever-more-effective tones of mock-English sensitivity. Outside the boring W.A. countryside passed by, never-changing, its monotony relieved only by our unrestrained mirth as we fell upon new entries of grey melancholy and lovelorn angst. It was the drummer from Speedstar's. I've forgotten the dude's name - Peter, Paul, maybe Mary? I dunno. They were touring with Motor Ace. Hey Motor Ace, here's something for ya: Speedstar don't like you.

Yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah

After the show we took the diary back to our hotel. We'd grown sick of reading from it by now and we needed a new thrill. We started putting it in ridiculous locations - on the stove, covered in white sugar railed up like lines of speed. We photographed each new scene, at one point laying our dicks out over the pages. Got that one! Made a nice shot. Later on, Doctor stuck it between the cheeks of his arse, while we duly snapped away. By next morning it was back under the seat, ready for Peter or Paul or Mary to find it again. Imagine how relieved he would've been when he saw it still there! Untouched.

Yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah

I shouldn't have read your diary
Your life spelled out in front of me
I shouldn't have read your diary
Your life spelled out in front of me

You left the journal there for us
We read it all, betrayal of trust
You left the journal there for us
We read it all, betrayal of trust



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