The Whole World Lost Its Head

Album: Return To The Valley Of The Go-Go's (1995)
Charted: 29
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  • Freeway fell into the bay
    Popes on L.S.D.
    Muslim girls are getting down
    In bikinis
    Nazis selling tupperware
    Door to door
    Telepreachers mud-wrestling
    On the dance floor

    I read it in the paper
    I see it on my TV
    Has the whole world lost its head
    (Is it just me)
    Has the whole world lost its head
    (Is it just me)
    Has the whole world lost its head

    You can buy tomatoes
    That last 500 years
    Claudia Schiffer's fianc?
    Made her disappear
    Drag queens have the navy
    Tossing in their beds
    Mary ate her little lamb
    And punk rock isn't dead

    I read it in the paper
    I see it on my TV
    Has the whole world lost its head
    (Is it just me)
    Has the whole world lost its head
    (Is it just me)
    Has the whole world lost its head

    I read it in the paper
    I see it on my TV
    Has the whole world lost its head
    (Is it just me)
    Has the whole world lost its head
    (Is it just me)
    Has the whole world lost its head
    (Is it just me)
    Has the whole world lost its head
    Lost its head
    Lost its head
    Lost its head


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