My New House Lyrics - Sonic Youth

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1988, 10/19, John Peel Session, BBC Radio One
Notes: The Fall cover

[Thurston and Lee]
MY NEW HOUSE [top of page]

My new house
You should see my house
My new house
You should see my new house


No rabbit hutch about it
I bought it off the baptists
I get the bills
And I get miffed
At the damn polyester fills
The interior is a prison unconscious


My new house
Keep away from my new house


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Wash the drawers of pills
It's got window sills
With lead centred in the middle of them


My new house
Is no beatnik hang-out


That Halifax copter
Sure dropped me a cropper


Sometimes I think I'll ring Swine-Tax [1]
And go back to my flat


But my new house
I do love the mad things about it


According to the postman
It's like the bleeding Bank of England


Creosote tar fence surrounds it
Those razor blades eject when I press eject


My new house
Could easily crack a mortal, it


The spare room is fine
Though a little haunted
By Mr. Reagan who had hung himself at number 13
Mr. Reagan hung himself at number 13


It'll be great when it's decorated
My new house


Note: [1] In Swinton, Manchester, the local mini-cab firm was called Swin-Tax







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