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Narcoleptic, Black Market Music, (Placebo lyrics, explanations and press quotes)

20 Janvier 2008 , Rédigé par Placebo Wordz Publié dans #ENGLISH BMM

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Narcoleptic
(Black Market Music)
Lyrics and explanation


Black Market Music - Placebo 

Lyrics : Placebo
Narcoleptic
Slip and stumble
At my first offences
It's not treason
It's no lie
You talk in paragraphs
I write my sentence
It's not treason
It's no lie

It seemed a place for us
To dream (x2)

Crush and crumble
Under your defences
It's not treason
It's no lie
You frame the photograph
I sit on fences
Change of season
Love can die

It seemed a place for us
To dream (x4)

If we tear out the tumor
It's later, never sooner
If we tear out the tumor
It's later, never sooner

It seemed a place for us
To dream (x2)

You'd better keep it in check
Or you'll end up a wreck
And you'll never wake up (x2)

Wake up (x4)

It seemed a place for us
To dream (x2)

You'd better keep it in check
Or you'll end up a wreck
And you'll never wake up (x4)

Wake up
Press Quotes
"When I first wrote down the tracklisting of the album, I wrote underneath each track a second title. They didn't make their way on to the album, but they were a summing up in one phrase of what those songs represent to me. And the one I wrote for "Narcoleptic" was "Love And Drugs Are One Big Pillow". Again, like "Special K", it explores the link between drugs and love. "Special K" is uppers and the rush of falling in love. "Narcoleptic" is more like downers and more like relationships, relationships that reach that point of familiarity breeding contempt."

Brian Molko, Melody Maker, October 20th 2000



"It's a song about the passing of love .....Drugs and love are one big pillow and they can make you forget about so many things and they can make you forget about living and put you into a somnambulistic state, like sleep walking"

Brian Molko, Unknown magazine, 2000



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