Vegetable

Album: Pablo Honey (1993)
  • I never wanted anything like this
    I worked hard, tried hard
    I ran around in domestic bliss
    I fought hard, died long
    Every time you're running out of here
    Every time you're running I get the fear

    I never wanted any broken bones
    Scarred face, no home
    Your words surround me and asphyxiate
    And I burn all hate

    Every time you're running out on me
    Every time you're running I can see

    I'm not a vegetable
    I will not control myself
    I spit on the hand that feeds me
    I will not control myself

    The waters spray, the waters run all over me
    The waters spray, the waters run
    And this time you gonna pay

    I'm not a vegetable
    I will not control myself
    I spit on the hand that feeds me
    I will not control myself Writer/s: COLIN CHARLES GREENWOOD, EDWARD JOHN O'BRIEN, JONATHAN RICHARD GUY GREENWOOD, PHILIP JAMES SELWAY, THOMAS EDWARD YORKE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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