"Nobody Weird Like Me" as written by and Michael Peter Balzary John Anthony Frusciante....
The freakiest show I know
Is the show of my own
Living my life in and out
Of the twilight zone

Bust my britches
Bless my soul
I'm a freak of nature
Walking totem pole
Look and see I think you'll agree
Nobody weird like me

Intercourse with a porpoise
Is a dream for me
Hell bent on inventing
A new species

Bust my britches
Bless my soul
I'm a freak of nature
Walking totem pole
Look and see I think you'll agree
Nobody weird like me

Riding down the path
On the back of a giraffe
Me and the giraffe laughed
Cause I passed some gas

Bust my britches
Bless my soul
I'm a freak of nature
Walking totem pole
Look and see I think you'll agree
Nobody weird like me

Enchanted as a rabbit
That my life is a dream
Well everything is never
Just as it seems

The freakiest show I know
Is the show of my own
Living my life in and out
Of the twilight zone


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"Nobody Weird Like Me" as written by John Frusciante Michael Balzary

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    General CommentYea, and then in Stone Cold Bush, there's another "lyric discrepancy" when, in the song, Anthony sings a verse "Haight Street, got nothin' to show/ Except the skirt on your ass/ When you're livin' on the streets/ You gotta let it roll/ Get on with what you got/ Awww everybody know's that it's alright/ You've got no secrets to tell/ But when you smoke that rock, suck that cock/ You do it oh so well"

    But in the booklet, it says the last couple lines are "But when you walk that walk, talk that talk/ You do it oh so well"

    Interesting indeed...
    Unl8nswallowon April 16, 2004   Link

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