I can't get this pressure point out of my head
I can't get this pressure point out of my head
I feel it in work, you know, I feel it in bed
I can't get this pressure point out of my head
I've paid all my bills and I've acted so well
Ain't been cheating, there's nothing to tell
So why all this pressure, I don't understand
I call on my neighbours, and lend them a hand

Doctor, oh doctor, I'm willing to learn
Well all of my bones, well they toss and they turn
Mother, oh mother, I'm begging you please
To rid me of madness and cure this disease

(?) told you what I have become
With all of this pressure, my mind's on a run
(?) changing, let's hope for the best
Maybe it's something to get off my chest

Doctor, oh doctor, I'm begging you please
To rid me of madness and cure this disease
Mother, oh mother, I'm willing to learn
Well all of my bones, well they toss and they turn

Pressure pressure pressure pressure
Pressure pressure pressure pressure
Pressure pressure pressure pressure
Pressure pressure pressure pressure

I can't get this pressure point out of my head
I can't get this pressure point out of my head
I feel it in work, you know, I feel it in bed
I can't get this pressure point out of my head

Pressure pressure pressure pressure
Pressure pressure pressure pressure
Pressure pressure pressure pressure
Pressure pressure pressure pressure


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    This was the first song I heard from them and after I heard it for the first time, I couldn't get it out of my head.

    divisiongroupon January 22, 2005   Link
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    Why aren't there more comments on this song, its fantastic... so catchy... David said it was about those first five minutes when you just get home from work and you're all stressed...

    YoungxForxEternityon March 12, 2006   Link
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    They seem to have a way of getting into your sub-concious. If i ever ask people if they have heard this song they usually say no- then when I play it for them they go "Oooohh yeah I know this!!". Creepy but very good! :p

    smgellar_da_bombon March 19, 2006   Link
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    i think this was in a commercial. anyway, its a great song. im not so sure what its about... probably feeling some kind of pain that you cant describe and you have no way of curing it.... so you look to others for help.

    hey brown bearon October 27, 2006   Link
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    they were just playing this song during beijing olympics replays

    AMTILTSTHEMATCHESon August 18, 2008   Link

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