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Paracetamol - Single

Declan McKenna

2015

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Paracetamol - Single

Declan McKenna

Released: 04/12/2015

Genre: Alternative

℗ 2015 High Quality Popular Music



  • 5:20
    Explicit Lyrics

    Paracetamol (Single Version)

  • 4:23
    Explicit Lyrics

    Brew

2 songs, 9:43 total time, 19.46 MB

Song lyrics

[Verse 1]
There's a boy, fifteen, with a gun in his hand
And the people with no audience say should be hanged
They ask for his motive but they don't understand
Why they love like they do, like they do
There's a girl, fifteen, with her head in a noose...

Paracetamol

Declan McKenna


[Verse 1]
There's a boy, fifteen, with a gun in his hand
And the people with no audience say should be hanged
They ask for his motive but they don't understand
Why they love like they do, like they do
There's a girl, fifteen, with her head in a noose
Because she's damned to live, well she's damned to choose
And the animals walked in twos by twos
Showing love like they do, like they do
There's a girl, fifteen, although she isn't sure
Well how the hell could you want anything more
Beautiful, perfect, immaculate whore
I'm in love, love with you, love with you

[Chorus]
Oh won't you let me finish
You drive me insane
The world will keep on turning
Even if we're not the same
Don't come on to me, come on to me

[Verse 2]
There's a boy, fifteen, turning into a man
Well tell me one other thing that he can
While you forced a smile through a jealous hand
Showing love like you do, like you do
There's a boy, fifteen, and he's attempted to sue
Cause he's definitely sure that it's true
What kind of man, kind of man are you
Showing love like you do, like you do

[Chorus]
Oh won't you let me finish
You drive me insane
The world will keep on turning
Even if we're not the same
Don't come on to me, come on to me

[Verse 3]
So tell me what's in your mind, so tell me what's in your mind
And don't forget your paracetamol smile
So tell me what's in your mind, so tell me what's in your mind
And don't forget your paracetamol smile
So tell me what's in your mind, so tell me what's in your mind
And don't forget your paracetamol smile
So tell me what's in your mind, so tell me what's in your mind
You're emotionally challenged
Why do you waste your talent
The world around you's manic
Do you have no shame
Come on to me, come on to me
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"Paracetamol" Track Info



“Paracetamol” is the second single from Declan's debut album What Do You Think About The Car? The song was inspired by transgender teen Leelah Alcorn, who committed suicide in 2014. In an interview with The Guardian Declan said:

It was a disgusting story. Not only must it have been a truly horrific experience for Leelah, but knowing that this wasn't an isolated case genuinely terrified me. So I wrote this song called Paracetamol – without really noticing it at first – from the perspective of this ambiguous authoritative figure, talking about somebody they are oppressing, in a sort of disconnected tabloid speak… Paracetamol is not written specifically about Leelah's case, but about sections of the media's representation of LGBT communities in general. On the odd occasion, they are represented, the media tends to handle it so horribly that the cumulative effect is that their readers – quite understandably – just don't quite get it either."