Radiohead - Bones

Radiohead - Bones -







I don't want to be crippled cracked Shoulders, wrists, knees and back Ground to dust and ash Crawling on all fours When you've got to feel it in your bones When you've got to feel it in your bones Now I can't climb the stairs Pieces missing everywhere Prozak painkillers When you've got to feel it in your bones When you've got to feel it in your bones And I used to fly like peter pan All the children flew when I touched their hands When you've got to feel it in your bones When you've got to feel it in your bones

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Yet another song (like "My Iron Lung") that reflects Thom's obsession with poor health, this is perhaps a product of the physical tribulations of touring. The song looks at Thom's fear of growing old and becoming physically incapacitated. Thom: "We recorded this about four times before we got it right. The original had the ending going on for about a minute and a half, which was something Jonny got from The Fall."

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