Bound to myself and goes home
Making of herself a number
Always tell her before I start up
Do now what I tell you shut up

Bound to the chair
Do me what you can
Bound to a door
Get down on the floor
Find out how we'll do with the loop
'Til everybody says shut up
Yeah

Telling to Miguel I love her
Try and see what happens get up
Everybody says I should up
Last time I told them right off

Playing with the sun
I knew what I was doing
Did it to myself
Did it to myself
I let horror to myself of doing
'Cause everybody tell me shut up


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    Wow... What makes you guys think this song has a meaning? If you know Gorillaz you would know that when Damon sings it live he changes the lyrics every time. To me this song is like I Am The Walrus by The Beatles has no god damn meaning! You guys are just wasting your time trying to analyse the lyrics. And it is called Punk because it sounds like a Punk song and Gorillaz arn't really Punk,

    Great song and band though

    nobodyknows2on July 22, 2009   Link
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    The song is like one minute, high tempo, you can't make out the words...Punk's a perfect name...I like the fact that they use production effects (turntables, synth) in the song which are comletely un-punk.

    thisboyon January 28, 2002   Link
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    Love this song.. Gorillaz rock and this is one of my favourite out there! The speed of it and everything really makes the song what it is.

    Clarzaon May 21, 2002   Link
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    i thnk they were going for the ironic thing...i still like,,,it reminds me of this local band that gets drunk before each show... they're terrible but they're really funny...especially the drunken ramblings....

    rockstar001on June 19, 2002   Link
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    a dude in a karaoke bar gets wasted,then sings......right?

    crazed1on August 06, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    my band does a cover of this song. the lead singer doens't know any of the words so they are differnent every time, its so funny.

    protocall_rejecton October 15, 2002   Link
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    my band does a cover of this song. the lead singer doens't know any of the words so they are differnent every time, its so funny.

    protocall_rejecton October 15, 2002   Link
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    This is the shit

    ShadowZeroon June 14, 2003   Link
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    I don't think anyone knows the real lyrics and the ones listed here are just variation #1598

    Vertigo22on June 02, 2004   Link
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    I don't think these lyrics are correct, but from what I've seen/deciphered myself I think its about a girl (obviously) and he neglects here or isn't able to get her and then committs suicide. I don't know thats just the feeling I get from what I know is right.

    HowardTCoon September 19, 2004   Link

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