Something Wicked

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lyrics

Isadora’s drunk again
I see her holding court in the bar
Portlier than she used to be
Still I marvel at her body

I got a terrible feeling
Something wicked this way comes

My husband, my true one
He’s an overeager fool
Sat before the Greek goddess
I wish he’d wipe up that drool
It’s not fair, the way she
Runs her fingers through his hair
It’s not fair, the way she
Talks to him without a care

I got a terrible feeling
Something wicked this way comes

Many times I’ve thought of dancing
To cut a figure at the Ballet Russe
I could prance around for hours
But I’ve been told that it’s no use
So I stare at Isadora Duncan
And my good-for-nothing husband
In this restaurant of two-timing double crossers
The world is naught
But two-timing double crossers

Down, down, down,
I throw myself down

Something wicked this way comes
I got a terrible feeling

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from Destruction / Reconstruction, released September 20, 2019

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Mexican Radio Berlin, Germany

Mexican Radio is a synth punk three-piece with high-energy songs inspired by bands like Cabaret Voltaire, DAF and Stereo Total. They wear brightly-colored uniforms at all times, and their live shows come across like psychotic radio broadcasts from another planet. They also host a monthly radio show on KCRW Berlin 104,1 FM called The Mexican Radio Radio Show. ... more

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