"Hi-fi Killer" as written by and Stacy Jones....
I want to turn you on again
Turn you around, and maybe then tune you out
I don't know how to make it real
Whatever you want, it's no big deal
Change my tone

I gotta disappear
Don't want to hear that sound on the radio
Yeah, we could all hum along
'Cause it's the same old song

I don't know how to make it stop
(Go left to the dial) to really rock
But I'm not sure, yeah
I'll kick it over anyway
It's cool but you're starting to decay
It's in your face

I gotta disappear
Don't want to hear that sound on the radio
Yeah, we could all hum along
'Cause it's the same old song

You could watch me come undone
You could watch me come undone
Yeah, you
You could watch me come undone
(To) freak you
You could hum along, you could hum along
You could hum along, you could hum along

I want to turn you on again
Turn you around, and maybe then...

I gotta disappear
Don't want to hear that sound on the radio
Yeah, we could all hum along
'Cause it's the same old song

I gotta disappear
Don't want to hear that sound on the radio
Yeah, we could all hum along
Yeah, we could hum along
Yeah


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"Hi-Fi Killer" as written by Stacy Jones

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    General Comment"you could watch me come undone"

    The first thing I thought when I heard this: Weezer - Undone (the Sweater Song).
    jfd4on May 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentSame here jfd4! That would make sense too because apparently Stacy is a huge fan of Weezer. Maybe that line is a tribute to them.
    darianesson August 16, 2002   Link
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    General CommentA fine example of catchy pop rock at it's best, one of the three best songs on this album.
    InTylerWeTruston September 27, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthe line (two) freak you should read "to freak out"
    A~B~Con September 25, 2004   Link

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