Metal

Album: The Pleasure Principle (1979)
  • We're in the building
    Where they make us grow
    And I'm frightened by
    The liquid engineers
    Like you.

    My Mallory heart
    Is sure to fail
    I could crawl around the floor
    Just like I'm real
    Like you.

    The sound of metal
    I want to be
    You
    I could learn to be a man
    Like you.

    Plug me in
    And turn me on
    Oh everything is moving.

    I need my treatment
    It's tomorrow they send me
    Singing 'I am an American'.
    Do you?

    Picture this
    If I could make the change
    I'd love to pull the wires from the wall
    Did you?

    And who are you
    And how can I try
    Here inside I like metal
    Aren't you

    All I know
    Is no-one dies
    I'm still confusing love with need. Writer/s: GARY ANTHONY JAMES WEBB
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Alec from Lemont Furnace, PaI like Nine Inch Nails version to this song.
  • Cooper from North Salt Lake, Utit has a metallic sound to it the song
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