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I'm going with 'We are everyday robots on our phones'
No we're not.
"quiet batpeople" from the thick of it
Like a sultana in a salad
"emotionally I feel I'm raped
Emotionally in chains"
I know it's a sacred cow on this site, but some of the lyrics on Six are fucking dreadful.
My computer thinks I'm gay
I threw that piece of junk away
on the champs-Elysees
made me think of how akward songs that start with their title are.
You'll the radio host recite the name of the song at the fade in and then have the singer sound like he's doing call and response.
In an age of modernity"
Even though admittedly he did order the foie gras, at least he ate it with complete disdain.
That's two fingers to society.
I still don't understand how Live Forever is heralded as some modern day classic when it's opening line is "Maybe, I don't really want to know, how your garden grows, cos I just wanna shine"
"Horsemeat in the burgers, people commit murders, everyone's on bugle, we're being watched by Google."
Although not quite as bad as 'we are everyday robots on our phones'.
It lacks the irritating 6th form pseudo profundity.
Phone up a friend who's a party animal
when this is brought up.
'My neck hurts'
"She live in a house/she stupid as a mouse/and she going where the lights are on"
Doesn't help that Brett's voice was well and truly shagged at that point. Remember kids, don't do crack...
And briefly teased people that it was going to be "Heroin"
Bigger than you
And you are not me
But at least it's factually accurate, unlike 'we are everyday robots on our phones'. Which we're not.
and by extension his minion Roddy Woomble.
You are the one
and yet you are not the one
and I find that when I'm the one
you are in fact the one
"I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together"
They only get away with it because it was the late 60s and John Lennon was singing it.