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Radio Friendly Unit Shifter lyrics

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Nirvana – Radio Friendly Unit Shifter lyrics

(this is whispered in the beggining)
Ummmmmmm....
I was just wondering....
Do you like me?

Use just once and destroy
Invasion of our piracy
Afterbirth of a nation
Starve without your skeleton key

I love you for what I am not
I do not want what I have got
A blanket acne'ed with cigarette burns
Speak at once while taking turns

What is what I need
What is wrong with me
What is what I need

I'm nothing to do with what you think
If you ever think at all
Bi-polar opposites attract
All of a sudden my water broke

I love you for what I am not
I do not want what I have got
A blanket acne'ed with cigarette burns
Second-rate third degree burns

What is what I need
What is wrong with me
What do I think I think

Hate your enemies
Save, save your friends
Find, find your place
Speak, speak the truth

What is what I need
What is wrong with me
What is what I need
What do I think I think

Use just once and destroy
Invasion of our piracy
Afterbirth of a nation
Starve without your skeleton key

What is wrong with me
What is what I need (x2)
What do I think I think

What is wrong with me
What is what I need (x2)
What do I think I think



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