Placebo- Special Needs
Lyric and explanation






Special Needs is a song by English alternative rock band Placebo. It was released as the third single from their fourth studio album, Sleeping with Ghosts, on 15 September 2003. It peaked at No. 27 in the UK Singles Chart.










Placebo- Special Needs
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link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HClZwFNNMKs


Lyrics : Placebo



Special Needs

Remember me when you're the one
Who's silver screened
Remember me when you're the one
You always dreamed
Remember me whenever noses
Start to bleed
Remember me: special needs

Just nineteen, a sucker's dream
I guess I thought you had the flavour
Just nineteen, a dream obscene
With six months off for bad behaviour

Remember me when you clinch
Your movie deal
And think of me stuck in my chair
That has 4 wheels
Remember me through
Flash photography and screams
Remember me: special dreams

Just nineteen, a sucker's dream
I guess I thought you had the flavour
Just nineteen, a dream obscene
With six months off for bad behaviour





Press Quotes



"I have worked on this song at the time of Without You I'm Nothing. It was hanging somewhere in the oxygen but it came out only last year. It was not ready, that's all … I find it very interesting to be able to do a song in a few minutes and having to wait six years to write another. "


Brian Molko, Les Inrockuptibles N°382 : Mach-April 2003


Brian: The tale of a celebrity has-been told from a wheelchair. Someone reminiscing how the shoe is on the other foot and worrying that they’ll be written out of their ex’s biography.

Brian Molko, interview, Rock Sound, April 2003

"About his (Brian) favourite songs . . .
There are many. Pure Morning obviously which represented a very important change for us. Without You I'm Nothing and Special Needs too, I wouldn’t change them even after much time.
Pure Morning was our first international hit, before it we were no one in America, and it was also the first song in which we introduced the electronic in our music. We hadn’t given importance to electronica before. "


Brian Molko, All Music novembre 2004