Hey you, hey you, Devil's little sister
Listening to your Twisted Transistor
Hold it between your legs
Turn it up, turn it up
The wind is coming through
Can't get enough

A lonely life, where no one understands you
But don't give up, because the music do
Music do [x6]

Because the music do
And then it's reaching
Inside you forever preaching
Fuck you too
Your scream's a whisper
Hang on you
Twisted Transistor

Hey you, hey you, finally you get it
The world ain't fair, eat you if you let it
And as your tears fall on
Your breast, your dress
Vibrations coming through
You're in a mess

A lonely life, where no one understands you
But don't give up, because the music do
Music do [x6]

Because the music do
And then it's reaching
Inside you forever preaching
Fuck you too
Your scream's a whisper
Hang on you
Twisted Transistor
Music do [x4]

Hey you, hey you, this won't hurt a bit
This won't hurt a bit, this won't hurt
Says who? Says who?
Anesthetize this bitch
Anesthetize this bitch, anesthetize!
Just let me be
Between you and me don't fit

Music do
And then it's reaching
Inside you forever preaching
Fuck you too
Your scream's a whisper
Hang on you
Twisted Transistor


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    General CommentWell I heard this today for the first time...

    Very weird to say the least. I can't really say I prefer they're older stuff more, because so far I've liked almost all their stuff (although Life Is Peachy is deffiantely my least favourite album). Along with Metallica, Korn are my favourite band. But what the hell do you people mean when you say 'Korn sold out'... Whenever a band changes their sound they're labelled as 'selling out'. Firstly, maybe they've changed their sound to be more 'popular' but think about it... Metal isn't "cool" or "popular"... RnB is, so that shoots down the theory of this song being made to be popular or a chart topper. Secondly, Maybe they just wanted to change their sound, just because it isn't as heavy doesn't mean they've "sold out" and you really wouldn't want to listen to them if every album sounded exactly the same! Thirdly, what the hell is "selling out"... even if they are writting music to become more popular and make more money... so what? If you have a job and can move to another job at a new company and earn more money... If you take that job, does that mean you've "sold out"... no it doesn't. They've changed their sound and I kind of like it, but will not really comment until the album comes out and I heard the rest. So face it, they've changed... get over it.
    greyfox28on October 02, 2005   Link

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