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Song stuck in my head

Who can name it without resorting to Google?

I am the planet
The monster
Anti martyr
The balance of human
Constant fire starter
Pry apart your soul
Find the footprints
All of a sudden touch the button
Crash course and yesterdays out
The mathematics class until the last chapters mastered
Smile for the star wars one where the wild things are that hide from the sun
I am the truth - aint buried in your head
The proof you pretended to carry â˜til the end
Barely alive, but nowhere near dead
Iâ™m still standing here instead
More than a fistful of issues, more than a misfired pistol
Click â“ click
My heart ticks
More human than human, more sicker than sick

Chorus: More human than human (3x)
(More human than human, more sicker than sick)

I am the nightmare
Right where the soldier over stands warfare
Caught in the crosshair
The moment when focus becomes more than whatâ™s noticed by the starving locust
Burning of the pride
Turning of the tide
Searching through the fight
Snuck in with the shadow that broke that castle
Letâ™s take the cell
Let hell out of the capsule
I am the hunted that stalks my aggressor
I am neurosis
I am the measurements used when its time to choose which tools are proper for the opportunity to break it loose
When it breaks itâ™ll all come together now
Armageddon - just a change in the weather now
I am the one â“ Iâ™ve come to let the pressure out
More human than human so you can feel better now

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May. 2nd, 2005 04:01 am (UTC)
May. 2nd, 2005 12:43 pm (UTC)
Buzz! Wrongo! Thank you for playing, please move along.
May. 2nd, 2005 01:54 pm (UTC)
Those are most certainly not the lyrics from White Zombie's "More Human Than Human". I recognized that right away.

But since I had to Google 'em to find out who's they were, I'm disqualified.
May. 2nd, 2005 02:06 pm (UTC)
White Zombie's song starts with "I am the astro-creep". Someone doesn't know their Astro-Creep: 2000 very well.

The band, though. It's one of those that I'm embarassed to know. Bad techno pop crap. I will not be reduced to admitting I know it.
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