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Another Invented Disease

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Name Another Invented Disease
Album/Single Generation Terrorists
Length 3:25
Type Album Track
First Live Performance
Recorded Black Barn Studios, England
Released 10 February 1992
Producer Steve Brown
Chart Position



Lyrics

Drugs come out of boredom babe
U.N. exports it everyday
Their armies feed the ghetto lame
Government approve it just the same

Daylight bores the sunshine out of me
I need to feel alone amongst the weeds
Daylight bores the sunshine out of me
I need to feel (I need to feel)
I need to feel (I need to feel)

We need and we will always need
Another invented disease
We need and we are taught to need
Another invented disease

Left alone in corporate slums
Where germs are free not amex fun
Healthy bodies in empty minds
Only exists in advert time

Daylight bores the sunshine out of me
I need to feel alone amongst the weeds
Daylight bores the sunshine out of me
I need to feel (I need to feel)
I need to feel (I need to feel)

We need and we will always need
Another invented disease
We need and we are taught to need
Another invented disease

Sunk deep in my TV
Maybe sucked the soul from within me

We need and we will always need
Another invented disease
We need and we are taught to need
Another invented disease

We need and we will always need
Another invented disease
We need and we are taught to need
Another invented disease

Sleeve Quotes

  • "In a universe suddenly divested of illusion and lights, man feels and alien, a stranger. His exile is without remedy since he is deprived of the memory of a lost home or the hope of a promised land." - Camus