Airbag

Album: OK Computer (1997)
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  • In the next world war
    In a jack knifed juggernaut
    I am born again

    In the neon sign
    Scrolling up and down
    I am born again

    In an interstellar burst
    I am back to save the universe

    In a deep, deep sleep
    Of the innocent
    I am born again

    In a fast German car
    I'm amazed that I survived
    An airbag saved my life

    In an interstellar burst
    I am back to save the universe

    In an interstellar burst
    I am back to save the universe

    In an interstellar burst
    I am back to save the universe Writer/s: Colin Charles Greenwood, Edward John O'Brien, Jonathan Richard Guy Greenwood, Philip James Selway, Thomas Edward Yorke
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 2

  • William Swan from Wichita, Ks, Ks"In an interstellar burst. I'm back to save the Universe" It gets stuck in your head. What a huge concept.
  • Mike from Riverside, Cagood lord this songs kicks a**. that riff in the beginning going to that beautiful A chord, whatever it is, is just amazing. great intro song on a classic album.
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