Plug In Baby
by Muse

Album: Origin of Symmetry (2001)
Charted: 11
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  • I've exposed your lies, baby
    The underneath no big surprise
    Now it's time for changing
    And cleansing everything
    To forget your love

    My plug in baby
    Crucifies my enemies
    When I'm tired of giving
    My plug in baby
    In unbroken virgin realities
    Is tired of living

    Don't confuse
    Baby you're gonna lose
    Your own game
    Change me
    And replace the envying
    To forget your love

    My plug in baby
    Crucifies my enemies
    When I'm tired of giving
    My plug in baby
    In unbroken virgin realities
    And tired of living
    And I've seen your loving
    Mine is gone Writer/s: MATTHEW JAMES BELLAMY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Peermusic Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 8

  • Pierce from Wimberley, Txamazing guitar and awesome vocals great song
  • Jeanette from Grong, NorwayMaybe it's about love, and his guitar. It sounds to me that it can be about a girl he loved, but it didn't went out very well, or maybe she didn't think he was good enough with his guitar. Anyway, he found his love in his guitar. That's what I think :)
  • Nady from Adelaide, AustraliaI thought this song was about his guitar???where in the hell does it even mention blowup dolls??thats bullsh*t.
  • Will from Baghdad, Iraqthink about it.... plug in baby.... in unbroken virgin realities.... its about sex, porn, blow up dolls

    think about it
  • Kandice from Corona, Cathe song is about porn, seriously, it is!
  • Laura from Plymouth, United Kingdomwritten about a band members addition 2 his laptop
  • Mark from London, EnglandMatt Bellamy's father, George, played in The Tornados who had a UK and US number one with Telstar.
  • Amy from Adelaide,apparently its either about societys increasing dependance on technology and electronic devices... or as the song fact thing says, his love for his guitar.

    matt = god. or doctor who.
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