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Okay, i-c-u-p! Nickelodeon Nick at Nite

EEEEEE[edit]

EEEEEEEEEEE

Down with disease, three weeks in my bed
Trying to stop these demons that keep dancing in my head

Down with disease, and I'm up before the dawn
A thousand barefoot children outside, dancing on my lawn
Dancing on my lawn, and I keep

Waiting for the time when I can finally say
This has all been wonderful but now I'm on my way
But when I think it's time to leave it all behind
I try to find a way to but there's nothing I can say to make it stop
(Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop
Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop)

Down with disease, and the jungles in my mind
They're climbing up my waterfalls and swingin' on my vines

So I try to hear the music, but I'm always losing time
'Cause they're stepping on my rhythm, and they're stealin' all my lines
Stealin' all my lines, and I keep

Waiting for the time when I can finally say
This has all been wonderful but now I'm on my way
When I think it's time to leave it all behind
I try to find a way to but there's nothing I can say to make it stop
(Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop
Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop)

(Guitar solo)

Waiting for the time when I can finally say
This has all been wonderful but now I'm on my way
When I think it's time to leave it all behind
I try to find a way to but there's nothing I can say to make it stop
(Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop
Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop)

(Guitar solo)

This has all been wonderful but now I'm on my way
Waiting for the time when I can finally say
This has all been wonderful but now I'm on my way
Waiting for the time when I can finally say
This has all been wonderful but now I'm on my way

Full lyrics to Phish song "Down with Disease", the second track from their 1994 album Hoist

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poop

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Poopity scooop[edit]

joe biden

wake up

801 Live 1976 live debut album by 801

  1. Lagrima
  2. TNK (Tomorrow Never Knows)
  3. East of Asteroid
  4. Rongwrong
  5. Sombre Reptiles
  6. Baby's on Fire
  7. Diamond Head
  8. Miss Shapiro
  9. You Really Got Me
  10. Third Uncle
  • Phil Manzanera - guitar
  • Eno - vocals, guitar, synthesizers, treatments
  • Bill MacCormick - bass, vocals
  • Francis Monkman - Fender Rhodes electric piano, clavinet
  • Simon Phillips - drums, rhythm generator
  • Lloyd Watson - slide guitar, vocals

This album was recorded live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in the United Kingdom. "TNK (Tomorrow Never Knows)" is a cover of the Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows" from their 1966 album Revolver. It was written primarily by John Lennon, although credited to Lennon and Paul McCartney. "You Really Got Me" was written by Ray Davies and originally performed by the Kinks. It appears on their 1964 debut album Kinks. "Lagrima", "Diamond Head" and "Miss Shapiro" are off Phil Manzanera's 1975 debut album Diamond Head. Two of the tracks are instrumental, and Eno co-wrote "Miss Shapiro" with Manzanera. "Rongwrong" was written by Charles Hayward, who was the drummer for Quiet Sun. It appears on their 1975 debut album Mainstream, which was the only album that they ever released. "East of Asteroid" is a combination of two songs, Manzanera's "East of Echo" from Diamond Head and Quiet Sun's "Mummy Was an Asteroid, Daddy Was a Small Non-Stick Kitchen Utensil". The remaining three tracks on 801 Live are from the early Eno albums. "Baby's on Fire" is off his 1973 debut album Here Come the Warm Jets, and "Third Uncle" is off his second album Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) from 1974. "Sombre Reptiles" is off his third album Another Green World, which was released in 1975.

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White City: A Novel 1985 album by Pete Townshend

  1. Give Blood
  2. Brilliant Blues
  3. Face the Face
  4. Hiding Out
  5. Secondhand Love
  6. Crashing by Design
  7. I Am Secure
  8. White City Fighting
  9. Come to Mama