Where's your head at?
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Where's your head at?
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Don't let the walls cave in on you
We can live on, live on without you
Don't let the walls cave in on you
We can live on, live on without you

You have now found yourself
Trapped in the incomprehensible maze
(Where's your head at?)
You'll know how to be
(Where's your head at?)
(Where's your head at?)
You don't make it easy on yourself
(Where's your head at?)
What you give is what you get, is what you-
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where's my head at _ Lyrics as written by Simon Ratcliffe Felix Buxton

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    General Comment

    No are you people stupid! This song is about life! It is talking to you. 'Don't let the walls cave in on you' -'we can LIVE ON, LIVE ON without you' 'you get what you give that much is true'. It's talking about letting your mind cave in on itself. Not in a drug and being smashed sense, but more about your spirit.

    busters07on October 01, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    Dude, I finally song this song. Two months ago, I first heard it in a Pringles TV commercial, and since then, I've been looking for it. This song is awesome and is sweet to get you going (or yeah, something like that).

    tophergannonon July 22, 2002   Link
  • +1
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    Tomb Raider rules and so does this song! (By the way, to answer the nagging question, my head is right here.)

    SomeGirl_Jadziaon August 25, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    tranceQueen - considering the most powerful psychedelic drug known to man, DMT, resides inside our own brains as a neuro-transmitter, released when we sleep, and when we die, i think it's safe to say that life itself is 'definitely drug related'

    in more standard terms, i don't see this song as drug related. although perhaps drug-inspired. the incomprehensible maze is life. but don't go insane trying to figure it out.

    it asks what are we doing with ourselves, with our world?

    i think the lyrics posted here are wrong. it always sounds like the lyrics go "we can't LIVE ON, LIVE ON, without you" instead.

    i think the music video is intended to be f_cked up, makes you think - what are we doing playing gods?

    hazeuson February 03, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    ched?

    pro2oon March 19, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    what are you talking about?

    angelgarbageon May 08, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    ok so far no one's posts here have made sense... anyway, this song has been stuck in my head for a solid two months now. I hear it everywhere and I love it

    TaffyNCKon May 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    i could use some pringles right now...mmmm...pringles...

    saint4theconfusedon September 11, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    where exactly is my head at?

    saint4theconfusedon March 25, 2003   Link
  • 0
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    If you guys want a head trip, check out the video. It's friggin awesome. a lab... singing chimps... a great song... what more could you want?

    kaisuteon June 23, 2003   Link

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