"Line Up" as written by and Justine Elinor Frischmann....
Drivel Head wears her glad rags,
She's got her keys, money and fags,
I know that her mind is made up,
To get rocked.

Drivel Head needs a new man,
As only a drivel head can,
He's a hormonal nightmare,
So beware.

Another victim of line up in line,
Line up in line is all I remember.
Oh, how their favours change,
You could have been kinder.
Yes, yes, line up in line,
Line up in line is all I remember.
Oh, how their favours change,
You could have been kinder.

Drivel Head knows all the stars,
Loves to suck their shining guitars,
They've all been right up her stairs,
Do you care?

Drivel Head knows all the bands,
Knows them like the back of her hands.
You can't see the wood for the trees,
On your knees.

Another victim of line up in line,
Line up in line is all I remember.
Oh, how their favours change,
You could have been kinder.
Yes, yes, line up in line,
Line up in line is all I remember.
Oh, how their favours change,
You could have been kinder.


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"Line Up" as written by Justine Elinor Frischmann

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    General Commentfrom the horse's mouth:

    "It's ['Line Up'] about all the shit in the music industry, the kind of stuff that makes her [Justine] sick. So she says to me, 'Go on, make some puking noises.' So I did it!" - Justin
    cromartyon November 21, 2004   Link
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    General CommentHaha I love the "puking noises" grunting at the start.
    Eatcarpeton September 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentObviously about the world of groupies. This is one of Elastica's best songs.
    Elasticatedon January 31, 2007   Link
  • -1
    General Commentthe puking noises really kill it for me. It would have been an absolutely brilliant song otherwise.
    aniymon August 31, 2007   Link

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