I feel real now walking like a woman
And talking like a stone age man
I feel real now talking like Buddha and
Doing it again
I get kicks I rip it up kick it up
Take it like a teenage tough
And I feel real now talking like sugar
And shaking that stuff
Singing "I can't get enough"
Singing "I can't get enough"

I feel schitzo everso psycho
Kicking at an old tin can
I feel real like a man like a woman,
Like a woman, like a man
I make deadspace feel like a head case
Take it like a teenage tough
I feel real now watching those wheels
And shaking that stuff,
Singing "I can't get enough"
Singing "I can't get enough"

Singing "I can't get enough"
Singing "I can't get enough"

I feel real now walking like a woman
And talking like a stone age man
I feel real now talking like Buddha and
Doing it again
So gimme this and gimme that
Smother me and gimme some of that bad stuff,
I feel real now talking like sugar
And shaking that stuff,
Singing "I can't get enough"
Singing "I can't get enough"
Singing "I can't get enough"
Singing "I can't get enough"


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    Fuck, this song is so awesome. Suede is so awesome.

    Eatcarpeton June 04, 2005   Link
  • +1
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    drugs drugs. definately; good song to trip too.

    conqueron June 19, 2006   Link
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    some people cant decide whether this song is about drugs or sex. i think judging by the album it's about drugs..

    wyldwytchon April 03, 2003   Link
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    SUCH A SEXY SONG.

    Sunshine9908on January 18, 2010   Link

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