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Artist: Radiohead
Suggested Track: Creep

When you were here before
Couldn't look you in the eye
You're just like an angel
Your skin makes me cry
You float like a feather
In a beautiful world
I wish I was special
You're so fuckin' special

But I'm a creep
I'm a weirdo
What the hell am I doing here?
I don't belong here

I don't care if it hurts
I wanna have control
I want a perfect body
I want a perfect soul
I want you to notice
When I'm not around
You're so fuckin' special
I wish I was special

But I'm a creep
I'm a weirdo
What the hell am I doing here?
I don't belong here, oh, oh

She's running out again, oh
She's running out
She run, run, run, run

Whatever makes you happy
Whatever you want
You're so fuckin' special
I wish I was special

But I'm a creep
I'm a weirdo
What the hell am I doing here?
I don't belong here
I don't belong here
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Radiohead emerged from the shadow of ‘90s Brit-pop with a sound that was moody, melodic, and explosive; with roots planted firmly in both alternative culture and the art-rock
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Radiohead lyrics - 165 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Creep", "Karma Police", "No Surprises".
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Radiohead – Creep
According to Thom Yorke, “Creep” tells the tale of an inebriated man who tries to get the attention of a woman to whom he is attracted by following her around. In the end, he lacks
Radiohead – Karma Police
One of several stunning singles from Radiohead’s heavily influential masterpiece, OK Computer, “Karma Police” is a haunting and atmospheric track. Thom Yorke’s strained
Radiohead – I Promise
“I Promise” is a song is about being devoted to someone, almost to an idiosyncratic fault. It details a relationship in which someone makes declaration after declaration that no
Radiohead – Daydreaming
“Daydreaming” contains allusions to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. This is depicted in the music video, both at the beginning and end, just like the symmetry in the song. The video
Radiohead – Follow Me Around
After the release of some previously unreleased material in OKNOTOK, this is now probably the oldest and best known “lost song” by Radiohead. It is known that the band attempted
Radiohead – Identikit
Identikit: A picture of a person, reconstructed from strips showing facial features selected to match witnesses' descriptions; used by the police to build a likeness of a person
Radiohead – Spectre
Released Christmas morning, Radiohead revealed the track that would have been their theme song for the 25th James Bond film, “Spectre”. For one reason or another, it didn’t quite
Radiohead – The Gloaming
‘The Gloaming’ was born when Radiohead recorded Kid A during the experimental electronica-only sessions in early 2000, when the band split into teams who worked on different things
Radiohead – No Surprises
“No Surprises” is the fourth and final single from Radiohead’s third album, OK Computer. It was the first song to be recorded for the album, and the band actually stuck with the
Cage – Radiohead
Released as a B-Side to Cage’s Agent Orange in 1997, to success and acclaim. It has since been hailed as an underground classic
Radiohead – Kid A
“Kid A” is one of the more challenging songs on Radiohead’s fourth LP. Much like the album’s opener, “Everything in its Right Place”, it is distinguished by a conspicuous lack of
Radiohead – Lift
One of the band’s “lost classics,” Radiohead originally performed “Lift” in 1996 as part of sets that included early arrangements of songs that would end up on OK Computer
Radiohead – Present Tense
Present Tense has its roots as far back as 2009, when Thom performed it at the Latitude Festival. A favorite since then, fans have been waiting eagerly for a studio version and now
Radiohead – The National Anthem
In the 3rd song off of Radiohead’s experimental album “Kid A” lead singer Thom Yorke sings short, ambiguous lyrics, using voice distortion and a feedback echo that creates a sense
Radiohead – Like Spinning Plates
The experimental “Like Spinning Plates” is a time distorted backing track (partly made up of Hail to the Thief’s “I Will”) and Thom’s vocals played backwards, which sound like
Nightly – ​radiohead
[Verse 1] / And I'm on the ride home, some other time zone / You're in my head like a song / Stuck in the traffic, and all of the static / It's your voice that's playing along / [
Radiohead – Lucky
“Lucky,” the penultimate track from OK Computer, was written around the time of the 1990’s Bosnian conflict and recorded to be featured on relief record The Help Album. The song
Alix Page – Radiohead
[Verse 1] / Last night I dreamt that we were older / Painting our living room white / You were dressed up for a funeral / And trying to start a fight / I put flowers in the doorway
Radiohead – We Suck Young Blood
Yorke described the seventh track as a slave ship tune with a freeform jazz nightmare break, and is “not to be taken seriously.” With ill-timed, zombie-like handclaps, the song
Radiohead – Myxomatosis
A song touching on Radiohead’s relationship with the media and their critics, and how fame affected what they set out to achieve. It is permeated by a dirty, aggressive riff with
Radiohead – Planet Telex
The opening track of Radiohead’s second album The Bends, it was released as a double-A sided single with High And Dry, although the latter song received far more airplay. The only
Radiohead – Pyramid Song
Malevolent, moving, epic, this sets the stage for the rest of Amnesiac. It has spooky piano chords, Thom Yorke singing beautifully, and strings that evoke being pulled into a
Radiohead – Burn the Witch
Radiohead has a long history with this song. Phrases related to “Burn the Witch” first appeared in the cover art to 2003’s Hail to the Thief. The lyrics were reportedly finished in
Radiohead – Knives Out
The song was recorded as a part of the Kid A/Amnesiac sessions. It was first revealed to the public during one of Radiohead’s early webcasts via the band’s website in 1999. https
Radiohead – I Will
Radiohead attempted to record a version of tenth track “I Will” in the Kid A and Amnesiac sessions as an electronic song, but abandoned it as “dodgy Kraftwerk”. Components of this
Radiohead – Faust Arp
The track’s title, “Faust Arp,” combines the name Faust (sometimes spelled Faustus) – a man who sold his soul to the devil for happiness and almost unlimited power – and Jean/Hans
Radiohead – Ripcord
“Ripcord” appears as the seventh track on Radiohead’s debut album, Pablo Honey. It describes the suddenness of reaching adulthood and how unprepared he is for it, comparing it to
Radiohead – Let Down
Featured on Radiohead’s 1997 alternative-rock classic OK Computer, “Let Down” was recorded at 3 AM in a ballroom at the historic St Catherine’s Court. The song structure features
Radiohead – Glass Eyes
This watery piano ballad featuring a stark string section, tackles themes of anxiety and alienation as the character is frightened by society, leading him to escape the unknown.
Radiohead – I Might Be Wrong
Although the album version is heavily produced by Nigel Godrich and Radiohead, with a more electronic texture, I Might Be Wrong is one of the more guitar-oriented songs on Amnesiac
Radiohead – Separator
Separator is a clear-eyed, mid-tempo closer that mixes 1990s–era Radiohead with a touch of Neil Young-inspired guitar work and ends on a sweet and easy note that’s miles away from
Radiohead – The Numbers
This folksy, reverb-laden song has drawn comparisons to Neil Young. Originally performed in December 2015 by Thom Yorke at the Pathways to Paris concert as “Silent Spring.” The
Radiohead – Thinking About You
There are two studio versions of this track. The first one, with a faster tempo and more guitars was released in the Manic Hedgehog demo, and later on the EPs Drill and Itch, with
Radiohead – Sail to the Moon
The third track is a lullaby-like piano ballad with shifting time signatures, was written in five minutes for Yorke’s infant son Noah. Alluding to the Biblical story of Noah’s Ark
Radiohead – Blow Out
Blow Out is a song by Radiohead for their album Pablo Honey. It is about Thom Yorke’s issues with low self esteem. The song also features several references to Greek mythology
Radiohead – Reckoner
“Reckoner” was an early working title for the album before it was titled In Rainbows. The album does take its title from this song’s lyrics: “Because we separate / Like ripples on
Radiohead – Anyone Can Play Guitar
“Anyone Can Play Guitar” is a single from Radiohead’s first album Pablo Honey, released just in advance of the album. It is the band’s second single, and their first to receive a
Radiohead – Bloom
TKOL opener “Bloom” announces Radiohead’s return with a scattershot sequence of chewed-up drum loops and peeling horns that dissolve into a rhythmic tangle.
Radiohead – Bones
Track five on The Bends, “Bones” can be understood as the typical negative reaction towards aging. Lines such as “I don’t want to be crippled and cracked” and the repetitive chorus
Radiohead – Lurgee
Lurgee (also spelled Lurgy) is a fictitious, highly infectious disease. There is a common enough phrase “the dreaded lurgy,” and this is a song really about dread itself, a soul
Radiohead – Lotus Flower
Lotus Flower, a new addition to what you have to say is a fairly slender catalogue of Radiohead songs about having it all, is as plaintive and sensual as the preceding tracks are
Radiohead – Stop Whispering
From the band’s debut album Pablo Honey, “Stop Whispering”, which sounds somewhat similar to a collaboration between The Stone Roses and Pixies, is an uplifting song promoting self
Radiohead – Man of War
For a long time considered one of Radiohead’s “lost classics,” (akin to “Lift” and “True Love Waits”), this song first emerged in setlists supporting The Bends in 1995. It was
Radiohead – Subterranean Homesick Alien
In “Subterranean Homesick Alien,” Thom speaks of being isolated or different from the rest of his brethren. He wishes an alien colony can take him away just so he could be a silent
Radiohead – Decks Dark
This song continues the space narrative on A Moon Shaped Pool. Thom uses metaphors of a UFO and extraterrestrial matter in order to portray the questions and darkness of humanity.
Radiohead – Scatterbrain
Here’s what Thom said about it: It’s a really, really difficult song to describe. My favourite type of weather in the whole wide world is extreme winds. It is a bit dangerous. I
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