Bulletproof... I Wish I Was

Album: The Bends (1995)
  • The title of this song alludes to Thom Yorke wishing he wasn't so sensitive.
  • According to Q magazine April 2008, the whoosing sound effects and ghostly whale-song howls were improvised by guitarists Jonny Greenwood and Ed O'Brien. They were only added at the Manor studios, 5 months after recording had started.

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  • Jordan from Toronto, OnThis is a beautiful song. I can completely relate to the theme of over sensitivity.
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