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Spiderhead Lyrics By Cage the Elephant Songs Album: Melophobia Year: 2013 I am the one you left for dead (Say you wanted to) You are the bullet in my head

Cage the Elephant - Spiderhead
Cage the Elephant - Spiderhead


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Album: Melophobia
Released: 2013

Spiderhead Lyrics


I am the one you left for dead
(Say you wanted to)
You are the bullet in my head
(Ah)
And as you stand over my grave
(Tell me it's okay)
You'll pause the lips upon my face
(Ah)

Either I'm in heaven, or I'm in hell
Am I losing my mind, yeah
(Cause I can't tell)
I've been waiting for answers for way too long
Seems I'm always waiting around

Spiders in my head, spiders in my mind
You may take my eyes, but baby I'm not blind
It all works out all right
You know I'm gonna be all right
You may take my eyes, but baby I'm not blind

I think your mother wants me dead
(Say you wanted to)
I am a schizophrenic man
(Ah)
I wouldn't change you if I could
(Say you wanted to)
Treat me good I'll play it cool

Spiders in my head, spiders in my mind
You may take my eyes, but baby I'm not blind
It all works out all right
You know I'm gonna be all right
You may take my eyes, but baby I'm not blind

Spiders in my head, spiders in my mind
You may take my eyes, but baby I'm not blind
It all works out all right
You know I'm gonna be all right
You may take my eyes, but baby I'm not blind

Writer/s: SHULTZ, MATT / SHULTZ, BRAD / CHAMPION, JARED / TICHENOR, DANIEL / PARISH, LINCOLN
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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Spiderhead
  • This song opens Cage The Elephant's third album Melophobia with a wash of David Bowie influenced fuzz-tone guitar. Axeman Brad Shultz told MusicRadar.com : "I wasn't being influenced during the writing or recording of 'Spiderhead.' Matt (Shultz, vocals) has been getting into Bowie, so that could be there maybe, although I can't speak for him. As for myself, I just wanted to write a riff that I really loved. But that was the hardest thing – trying to dream up that one thing that I could be honestly excited about."
  • Melophobia is the hatred or fear of music, and the album was titled thus as the whole process was riddled with adversity and growing pains. This was one of the songs that the band struggled to complete. Brad Shultz told MusicRadar: "We probably wrote four different choruses for this one; we just didn't want to settle. We didn't want to assume that the first thing was always the right thing. I never want to say that we took the easy way out on this record."

    "If you've ever had that feeling where you had to convince yourself that something is the right thing," he continued, "then you know it's not the right thing. It's hard to come to that realization, too. As an artist, you want to love everything that you do. But there's a fine line between loving something and convincing yourself to love it."

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