I've exposed your lies, baby
The underneath, no big surprise
Now it's time for changing
And cleansing everything
To forget your love

My plug in baby
Crucifies my enemies
When I'm tired of giving
Woah, my plug in baby
In unbroken virgin realities
Is tired of living

Don't confuse
Baby you're gonna lose
Your own game
Change me
Replace the envying
To forget your love

My plug in baby
Crucifies my enemies
When I'm tired of giving
Woah, my plug in baby
In unbroken virgin realities
And tired of living
And I've seen your loving
Mine is gone

Lyrics submitted by paulotheman

Plug in Baby Lyrics as written by Matthew James Bellamy

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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  • +9
    General CommentThe meaning of the song is matt belamy's love for his guitar; how he can revel in something he's good at, sing in expression to the world if he doesn't like someone rather than saying it to their face. it lets him escape the world or 'crucify his enemies'.
    benfoldsfanon January 30, 2002   Link
  • +2
    General CommentIn line with what FozzyA said, I think good song-writers/novelists/religionists deliberately preserve a vagueness in their work, so that people come up with their own meanings, and find a way to love the works for themselves. Sorry if that burst anyone's bubble. This site is great, because mostly what you get is a reflection of how people see the world. Art is an expression of feeling, which doesn't try to make a point most of the time. It seems like distinct statements tend to destroy the fascination and mystery there is with feeling. This is why so many artists are lost or suicidal, and not particularly good role models. They are naturally inconclusive. But I love them still, especially Muse.
    wattahayon February 13, 2010   Link
  • +2
    ACydonianKnighton October 05, 2011   Link
  • +2
    Song MeaningOriginally this song had different lyrics and was about virtual reality technology. It was rewritten many times to the version you see here and can be able just about anything, but I still see the virtual technology references. Later Matt admitted that he forgot what it was even about. I read all of this from MuseWiki.org
    bckyltylron September 26, 2012   Link
  • +1
    General Commentit's about his penis;
    herheartthrobson May 16, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSeems to me it's about his guitar, but the internet porn stuff did make me larf!
    U2babeon July 01, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentYou all have filthy minds, please heads out the gutters!
    This song is obviously about a girl, who gives him some hassle, so he plays his guitar or his 'plug in baby'. He writes songs and plays to escape from the crashing world around him.
    Why would it be about a bleeding vibrater?
    I don't think Matt Bellamy is like that!

    Drewbarroo xxx
    DrewBarrooon January 24, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI like the interpretations of guitar, dildo etc and find them interesting... my initial impression of this song is that the "plug-in baby" is a baby jesus statue which perhaps lights up or something. I mean he references crucifixion and virginity, two main aspects of the jesus story. Just my knee-jerk interpretation.
    Unsoundon March 08, 2013   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is about being gay.The first verse is about coming out, the second is about getting rimmed in a kids playground. The chorus is just bullshit. The last section are the clearest lyrics "And I've seen your loving" - looking at a lover's erection, "But mine is gone" - inside his lover's anus, "And I've been in trouble" - a reference to when homosexuality was illegal.
    GerryRyanon April 27, 2015   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is possibly my absolute favourite song.
    FunWithRazorson January 28, 2002   Link

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