And all I see is little dots Some are smeared and some are spots Feels like a murder but that's alright Somebody said there's too much light Pull down the shade and it's alright It'll be over in a minute or two.
I'm charged up don't put me down Don't feel like talking don't mess around I feel mean I feel okay I'm charged up electricity
The boys are making a big mess This makes the girls all start to laugh I don't know what they're talking about The boys are worried, the girls are shocked They pick the sound and let it drop Nobody know what they're talking about
I'm charged up I'm kinda wooden I'm barely moving I study motion I study myself I fooled myself I'm charged up it's pretty intense I'm charged up don't put me down Don't feel like talking don't mess around I feel mean I feel okay I'm charged up electricity
Writer/s: DAVID BYRNE, BRIAN ENO
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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