Somebody cry, somebody cry, somebody cry Well, somebody try, somebody try, somebody try Something quick Did you look back, did you look back, don't you look back Well, somebody cry, somebody cry, somebody cry Well, I can't see why or what for What for, what for?
Break it up Boy, stupid boy Don't sit at the table 'Till you're able to
Toy, broken toy Shout, shout, you're inside out if you don't know
Electric co. (Electric co.) If you don't know Electric co. Electric co.
Red, running red You'll play for real The toy could feel A hole in your head You go in shock You're spoon-fed
If you don't know Electric co. If you don't know Electric co.
Break it up Div it up
If you don't know Electric co. If you don't know Electric co. If you don't know Electric co. If you don't know Electric co.
Writer/s: ADAM CLAYTON, DAVE EVANS, LARRY MULLEN, PAUL HEWSON
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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Mickey D. from Fremont, CaAfter the break, lyrics go like this...
"...One three four, I can't stop You stay still in the song You stay still in the song, say reach out..."
And near the end, it goes like this...
"...See someone breaks the willow To say the sound go, to the top of Cassandro Covering me...Just to hear me... Two hours, two hours and two hours Listen I can't find my way home So alone...(Can't you, can't you get it) You know...And you know...And you know... And you know...And you know..."
Acrobat from Adelaide, AustraliaOne of their friends was put through ECT and that is where the idea of the song came to light.
Marc from Zwolle, Netherlandsthe first song I know with a fade-out ánd a fade-in at the end.
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