Angel, I can see myself in your eyes
Angel, won’t you feel for me from your heart
Do return my heart to me
No, don’t insist, I’m already hurt

Elephant girl, it was an accident unfortunate
Angel threw me like a rubber man aiming for the ground
Why amuse yourself in such way?
No, don’t insist, I’m already hurt

Lay me down on the ground softly, softly
Don’t remove my head hurts much, too much

You never return it, well, I wouldn’t miss it
I shed no tears for broken me
You never know it my peace of mind
Now inside and outside are matching

You never return it, well, I wouldn’t miss it
I shed no tears for broken me
You never know it my peace of mind

Why amuse yourself in such way?
No, don’t insist, I’m already hurt

If you never return it, will it break your wings?
Will you shed no tear for broken me?

Songwriters: Simone Pace / Amedeo Pace / Kazu Makino
Elephant Woman lyrics © Simone Pace Music, Kazu Makino Music, Amedeo Pace Music

December 12th, 1982 at the Brixton Ace, London England

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Punk ain’t no religious cult
Punk means thinking for yourself
You ain’t hardcore ’cause you spike your hair
When a jock still lives inside your head

Nazi punks
Nazi punks
Nazi punks, fuck off!

If you’ve come to fight, get outta here
You ain’t no better than the bouncers
We ain’t trying to be police
When you ape the cops it ain’t anarchy

Nazi punks
Nazi punks
Nazi punks, fuck off!

Ten guys jump one, what a man
You fight each other, the police state wins
Stab your backs when you trash our halls
Trash a bank if you’ve got real balls

You still think swastikas look cool
The real Nazis run your schools
They’re coaches, businessmen and cops
In a real fourth Reich you’ll be the first to go

Nazi punks
Nazi punks
Nazi punks, fuck off!

You’ll be the first to go
Unless you think

Songwriters: Jello Biafra
Nazi Punks Fuck Off lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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