She's star starcrazy electric shock bog brush hair
Flat on her back in the eighties in the nineties going nowhere
Star star crazy got a kicking transistor inside

A heavy metal stutter that brains me
And an electric love in her eyes
Oh she don't want education
She got nothing to say
She got no imagination (so they say)
Why does she feel this way?
'Cause she's star starcrazy getting stupid on the streets tonight
And shaking like a mechanical thing
With an electric love in her eyes
Oh, she don't want education
She got nothing to say
She got no imagination (so they say)
So why does she feel this way?
Picnic by the motor way
I'm so sorry to hear about the news

Don't you worry
I'll buy us a bottle and we'll drink in the petrol fumes
I'm so sorry to hear about your world
Don't you worry

There's a gap in the fence down by the nature reserve
Hey, such a lovely day, such a lovely day
Such fun, looking at the lovers in a lay-by with my little one
I'm so sorry to hear the news today
Don't you worry

There's been a speeding disaster so we'll go to the motor way
I'm so sorry to hear about the scene
Don't you worry

Just put on your trainers and get out of it with me
Hey, such a lovely day, such a lovely day
Such fun, looking at the lovers in a lay-by with my little one
Hey, such a lovely day, such a lovely day
Such fun, looking at the lorries in the litter with my lovely one
We could go dancing, we could go walking

We could go shopping, we could keep talking
We could go drinking, we could sit thinking
We could go speeding, or we could go dreaming, see?
Oh hey

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    General Comment
    This is probably my favourite track on 'Coming Up', a class tune on a class album.
    Crowdmanon May 14, 2002   Link
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    General Comment
    The guitar work is really intoxicating.
    hollaback_dadon March 07, 2006   Link
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    General Comment
    The lyrics above are wrong, they're half correct and then half picnic by the motorway. Anyway. This song for me is about a groupie / wannabe groupie / ex groupie that's only interested in having sex with band members. Not sure how the 'violence' bridge fits in but the rest seems straight forward. Great tune
    originlon November 04, 2021   Link

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