Freak out
And give in
Doesn't matter what you believe in
Stay cool
And be somebody's fool this year
'Cause they know
Who is righteous, what is bold
So I'm told

Who wants honey?
As long as there's some money
Who wants that honey?

Hipsters unite
Come align for the big fight to rock for you
But beware
All those angels with their wings glued on
'Cause deep down
They are frightened and they're scared
If you don't stare

Who wants honey?
As long as there's some money
Who wants that honey?

Let me out
Let, let me out
Let, let me out
Let, let me out

Tell me all of your secrets
Cannot help but believe this is true
Tell me all of your secrets
I know, I know, I know
Should have listened when I was told

Who wants that honey?
As long as there's some money
Who wants that honey?

Let me out
Let, let me out
Let, let me out
Let, let me out


Lyrics submitted by spitfirek7

Cherub Rock Lyrics as written by William Patrick Corgan

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentI think you really hit the essence of what this song is about. Only, replace popular high school kids with Billy's vision of the indie music scene in 1994: hipsters that will pretend to be your friend as long as it benefits them. On the other side, Billy was still true to his metal roots, despite the fact that metal was extremely unpopular at the time. He stayed true to who he was, and didn't let what was popular at the time change him. He always was a leader, and never a follower, regardless of how uncool/unpopular his image was at the time.
    saturnineon July 29, 2013   Link

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