Worldview

Worldview

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Pop - Rock | Oxford, England, United Kingdom
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Member Since: 2013
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   Sounds Like: The Beatles, LCD Soundsystem

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Song Description

Heavy rock/pop track with electro elements. About those one-time maverick reporters and commentators who get seduced into joining the establishment. From Worldview's "Schoolboy Errors" album. Written, performed and produced by Oliver Shaw.

Lyrics

How am I supposed to find out
What's going on?
Where am I supposed to find out
Who's doing wrong?
You're the source of information
Well that's what your job was
You're employed to navigate us
But you've dropped your compass

You've got too comfortable at the table
With the great and good
Now it seems rude to ask them the questions
That you said you would

Oh no you've gone native
You've changed places
Oh no you've gone native
You've betrayed us
Oh no you've gone native

We shouldn't be surprised to find out
It's going on
And you don't even seem to see that
You're doing wrong
There's never been a straight induction
Into their programme
It's usually a slow corruption
That you don't notice

Yeah all that rubbing shoulders
With high flying sorts
Has got you parroting all their lines
Without thought

Oh no you've gone native
You've changed places
On no you've gone native
To gain status
On no you've gone native
It's outrageous

Oh you used to have your finger on the pulse
Now your finger's somewhere else
Oh you used to wag your finger at their lies
Now your finger's in their pies

We can't go investigating
What's going on
We don't have the skill or patience
We'd do it wrong
But we should know what's done in our name
Well that's what your job was
And you should hang your head down in shame
Cos you lost your morals

Your sense of independence is AWOL
It's blown away
You might as well get onto the payroll
And go the whole way

Oh no you've gone native
That's where you've been lately
Oh no you've gone native
Our trust was mistaken
On no you've gone native
It's outrageous
Oh no you've gone native
Oh no, oh no

Song Length
4:47
Genres
Pop - Rock, Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Similar Artists
LCD Soundsystem, Elvis Costello
Language
English

Lyric Credits Oliver Shaw
Music Credits Oliver Shaw
Producer Credits Oliver Shaw
Performance Credits Oliver Shaw