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I hear you on the radio
You permeate my screen, its' unkind but
If I met you in a scissor fight
I'd cut off both your wings on principle alone
On principle alone

Hey megalomaniac
You're no Jesus
Yeah, you're no fucking Elvis
Wash your, hands clean of your self, baby and
Step down
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If I were your appendages
I'd hold open your eyes
So you would see
That all of us are heaven sent
There was never meant to be only one
To be only one

Hey megalomaniac
You're no Jesus
Yeah, you're no fucking Elvis
Wash your, hands clean of yourself, baby and
Step down
Step down
Step down

Yeah
You're no Jesus
You're no Elvis
You're no Jesus
You're no Jesus

You're no answer

Step down
Step down
Step down

Hey megalomaniac
You're no Jesus
Yeah, you're no fucking Elvis
Special, as you know yourself, maniac
Step down
Step down
Step...
Step down
Step down



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  • ChrisFishA-CrossRiff
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    ChrisFishA-CrossRiffJun 2, 2008 at 5:36 pm
    Megalomaniac is a person who is full of himself. He's just saying that he's sick of hearing people on the radio and seeing people on tv that think they are better than everyone.
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    XaneboyFeb 9, 2009 at 4:28 am
    I heard that this song was supposed to be about the bush administration and that it was also taken off daytime viewing.

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