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How to Be a Human Being

Glass Animals

2016

Album


How to Be a Human Being

Glass Animals

Released: 26/08/2016

Genre: Alternative

℗ 2016 Wolf Tone Limited



  • 4:41
    Explicit Lyrics

    Life Itself

  • 3:50
    Explicit Lyrics

    Youth

  • 4:03
    Explicit Lyrics

    Season 2 Episode 3

  • 4:13
    Explicit Lyrics

    Pork Soda

  • 4:26
    Explicit Lyrics

    Mama's Gun

  • 3:16
    Explicit Lyrics

    Cane Shuga

  • 36
    Explicit Lyrics

    [Premade Sandwiches]

  • 5:20
    Explicit Lyrics

    The Other Side of Paradise

  • 3:49
    Explicit Lyrics

    Take a Slice

  • 4:22
    Explicit Lyrics

    Poplar St.

  • 4:31
    Explicit Lyrics

    Agnes

11 songs, 43:07 total time, 88.7 MB

Song lyrics

[Verse 1]
Daddy was dumb, said that I'd be something special
Brought me up tough but I was a gentle human
Said that he loved each of my two million freckles
When I grew up was gonna be a superstar
...

Life Itself

Glass Animals


[Verse 1]
Daddy was dumb, said that I'd be something special
Brought me up tough but I was a gentle human
Said that he loved each of my two million freckles
When I grew up was gonna be a superstar

[Pre-Chorus]
I can't get a job so I live with my mum
I take her money but not quite enough
I sit in the car and I listen to static
She said I look fat but I look fantastic

[Chorus]
Cut back down to my knees
Gotta get back, gotta get free
Cut back down to my knees
Lean back now, lean back and breathe
Cut back down to my knees
Gotta get back, gotta get free
Cut back down to my knees
Lean back now, lean back and breathe

[Verse 2]
I'm waking up, lost in boxes outside Tesco
Look like a bum sipping codeine Coca-Cola
Thought that I was northern Camden's own Flash Gordon
Sonic ray gun, gonna be a superstar

[Pre-Chorus]
I can't get a job so I live with my mum
I take her money but not quite enough
I make my own fun in grandmama's basement
Said I look mad, she said I look wasted

[Chorus]
Cut back down to my knees
Gotta get back, gotta get free
Cut back down to my knees
Lean back now, lean back and breathe
Cut back down to my knees
Gotta get back, gotta get free
Cut back down to my knees
Lean back now, lean back and breathe

[Instrumental break]

[Chorus]
Cut back down to my knees
Gotta get back, gotta get free
Cut back down to my knees
Lean back now, lean back and breathe
Cut back down to my knees
Gotta get back, gotta get free
Cut back down to my knees
Lean back now, lean back and breathe
Cut back down to my knees
Gotta get back, gotta get free
Cut back down to my knees
Lean back now, lean back and breathe
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"Life Itself" Track Info



Glass Animals' first single off their sophomore album How to Be a Human Being features a more boisterous, raw, percussion-driven sound. The song appears to have once been called “Super Sonic Ray Gun” as a working title.

According to lead singer Dave Bayley, it's about “a guy who was born a bit strange, and struggles to become part of society. Because of that, he spends more time alone in his own head, getting stranger, and it becomes an awful cycle of doom.”

The song is about the character seen in the top left of the album cover. The guy, Chuck Rogers, has a fictional website that calls back to Internet days of Geocities and MySpace, in all of its eyebleeding glory.