Alligator Aviator Autopilot Antimatter

Album: Collapse Into Now (2011)
  • I feel like an alligator
    Climbing up the escalator
    Climbing up the escalator
    I feel strong

    I feel like an aviator pilot
    Bet you wouldn't buy it
    I'm feeling violent
    Bet your bleeding eye in, turn up and fly it
    Hey, hey, alligator, you've got a lot to learn
    I have got, have got a lot to learn

    I feel like an autopilot
    I'm the world's strongest island
    I feel like a rage coming under my hood
    I feel good and calm like a robot would

    I feel like an autopilot
    I feel like an autopilot
    I am not a hater, hater, hater, hater, hater
    Hey, hey, alligator, you've got a lot to learn
    I have got, have got a lot to learn

    I feel like a contradiction
    I'm a walking science-fiction
    I don't know which way to turn
    I've got a lot to burn
    I've got a lot of lot to learn

    If I didn't like the way you stared at me
    If I didn't like the way you stared at me
    I could knock sideways, I could knock you blind
    I could show you found to the lost and find

    I am not an agitator
    I feel like an alligator
    Climbing up the escalator
    Hey, hey, alligator, you've got a lot to learn
    I have got, have got a lot to learn

    You've got so much to learn
    You got a lot to learnWriter/s: Michael Mills, Michael Stipe, Peter Buck
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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