"Celebrity Head" as written by and John A. Collins Jonathan R. Coghill....
At quarter to nine
My plus one decides to make her arrival
I'll say what I like
At the end of the night for social survival
I'll cut you to size
Then apologize and make an impassioned plea
There were no docken parks
I had to walk in the dark I wasn't myself you see

Here I am again you know me
Here I am again in for free
Missed the backing band you know me
Here I am again in for free

I know I sound trite
But I get off on things like It's their sophomore album
I don't know what I mean
But I'm a part of the scene I know a guy from The Melvins
I came to do a review
I had to wait in the queue I just can't believe it
Don't you know who I am
I work the street paper scam I can't believe you don't read me

Here I am again you know me
Here I am again in for free
Missed the backing band you know me
Here I am again in for free
Here I am again
Here I am again


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"Celebrity Head" as written by Darren Stuart Middleton Bernard Joseph Fanning

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    General Commenthahaha great, great lyrics. obviously havin a nice ol' go at review writers.
    bernard (i think he wrote this one) is really clever in his criticism - he condemns reviewer cliches - "I know I sound trite, But I get off on things like It’s their sophomore album"
    and demeans them in general "I don’t know what I mean But I’m a part of the scene I know a guy from The Melvins"
    atthedrive-inon November 05, 2004   Link

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