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Negative Approach


by Napalm Death. Buy album CD: Peel Sessions


Played out, wide off the mark,
mania develops,
akin to fiction,
more than to a word of fact.
My own worst enemy.
My own worst enemy.
Lifes foul teachery.
My own worst enemy.
Dams of emotion build
a dull and turbid screen,
cloudlike veils of black
in jungles of hopes oppressed.
(repeat chorus)
So many times,
for no reason.
So many promised punches,
for what reason?
Ceaseless decay,
parallel obscene and flagrant.
Ceaseless decay,
restrained my mind coils.
So many times,
for no reason.
So many promised punches,
for what reason?
Ceaseless decay,
parallel obscene and flagrant.
Ceaseless decay,
restrained my mind coils.
(repeat verses 3 & 4)
(repeat verse 1 and)



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Album: Peel Sessions (1989) Lyrics
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  1. The Kill
  2. Prison Without Walls
  3. Dead
  4. Deceiver
  5. Lucid Fairytale
  6. In extremis
  7. Blind to the Truth
  8. Negative Approach
  9. Common Enemy
  10. Obstinate direction
  11. Life?
  12. You suffer
  13. Multinational Corporations
  14. Instinct of Survival
  15. Stigmatized
  16. Parasites
  17. Moral Crusade
  18. Worlds apart
  19. M.a.d.
  20. Divine Death
  21. (conservative shithead) (eminent)
  22. Control
  23. Walls
  24. Raging in hell
  25. Conform or die
  26. S.o.b.
  27. Unchallenged Hate
  28. Mentally Murdered
  29. From Enslavement to Obliteration
  30. Suffer the Children
  31. Retreat to Nowhere
  32. Scum
  33. Social Sterility

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