At home he feels like a tourist At home he feels like a tourist He fills his head with culture He gives himself an ulcer He fills his head with culture He gives himself an ulcer Down on the disco floor They make their profit From the things they sell To help you cob off And the rubbers you hide In your top left pocket
At home she's looking for interest At home she's looking for interest She said she was ambitious So she accepts the process She said she was ambitious So she accepts the process
Down on the disco floor They make their profit From the things they sell To help you cob off And the rubbers you hide In your top left pocket
Two steps forward (Six steps back) [Repeat: x4]
Small step for him (Big jump for me) [Repeat: x4]
At home she feels like a tourist At home she feels like a tourist She fills her head with culture She gives herself an ulcer Why make yourself so anxious You give yourself an ulcer
Writer/s: DAVE ALLEN, HUGO H. BURNHAM, ANDREW GILL, JON KING
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Horst from Waterloo Ontl think he got "rubbish" substituted for "rubbers" backwards
Steve from Ottawa"Entertainment" is a fantastic album and this song a great one. A throbbing bass beat with slashes of sometimes atonal guitar in the background. The lyrics of all the songs on the album deal with materialism and our disturbed values. This is amongst the best post-punk around. Listen to this song and you'll hear the origins of bands like REM, The Police, Nirvana and U2.
Zabadak from London, EnglandThe band were an influence on the nascent REM.
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