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Hearing Damage – by Thom Yorke 

With the Twilight movies on heavy rotation lately (and the rainy weather here in New York), Thom Yorke’s Hearing Damage deserves a replay. I like the contrast in this song. The melody’s a little rough, which sharp beats and notes. Yet, Yorke’s voice is pretty soothing here. For those of you who are familiar with the second Twilight film, New Moon, Hearing Damage is played during the chase with Victoria (Rachelle Lefevre) and the wolves.

Enjoy!

 

A tear in my brain
Allows the voices in
They wanna push you off the path
With their frequency wires
And you can do no wrong
In my eyes
In my eyes
You can do no wrong
In my eyes
In my eyes
The drunken salesman
Your hearing damage
Your mind is restless
They say you’re getting better
But you don’t feel any better
Your speakers are blowing
Your ears are wrecking
Your hearing damage
You wish you felt better
You wish you felt better
You can do no wrong
In my eyes
In my eyes
You can do no wrong
In my eyes
In my eyes
In my
In my eyes
In my eyes
In my eyes

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