"Inhuman" as written by Kim Gordon, Lee M. Ranaldo, Thurston Joseph Moore and Jim Sclavunas....
Oi
Aha [repeat ten times]

My body is a pastime
My mind is a simple joy
I learned my lesson
The hardest way
But you don't know me
But you don't know me
A complete inhuman
Complete inhuman
Complete inhuman
Complete inhuman

My body is a past time
My mind is a simple joy
I learned my lesson
The hardest way
But you don't know me
But you don't know me

Complete inhuman
Complete inhuman
Complete inhuman
Complete inhuman
Inhu-inhuman
Inhu-inhuman
Inhuman
Inhuman
Inhuman
Inhuman
Inhuman
Inhuman


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"Inhuman" as written by Kim Gordon Jim Sclavunas

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    General CommentI think this song is about someone who is very experimental, explores freely, possibly uses drugs, and learns things solely by experiment. When he says "But you don't know me", he's saying that people are quick to pass judgments about him based on his experimental, alternative ways. "Complete inhuman" is simply an exaggeration of that judgement.
    rimiskaon June 11, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgreat classic sonic youth song. nice loud, out of tune, raw sound. i dont really know about the lyrics. maybe thurston just wanted somthing to shout. but i could be wrong...
    joel switzeron March 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI thought it was "I hate inhuman" and not "complete inhuman".
    Saraivaon February 05, 2013   Link

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