Sorted for E's & Wizz
Pulp Lyrics


Oh, is this the way they say the future's meant to feel?
Or just twenty thousand people standing in a field?
And I don't quite understand just what this feeling is
But that's okay 'cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz
And tell me when the spaceship lands 'cause all this has just got to mean something-ing

Oh, in the middle of the night
It feels alright, but then tomorrow morning
Oh, oh, then you come down, oh
Oh yeah, the pirate radio told us what was going down
Got the tickets from some fucked up bloke in Camden Town
Oh, and no-one seems to know exactly where it is
But that's okay 'cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz
At four o'clock the normal world seems very, very, very far away
All right

In the middle of the night
It feels alright, but then tomorrow morning
Oh, oh, then you come down, oh

Just keep on moving

Everybody asks your name, they say we're all the same and now it's
"Nice one," "geezer"
But that's as far as the conversation went
I lost my friends, I dance alone
It's six o'clock, I want to go home
But it's "no way," "not today"
Makes you wonder what it meant
And this hollow feeling grows and grows and grows and grows
And you want to call your mother
And say "mother, I can never come home again
'Cause I seem to have left an important part of my brain somewhere
Somewhere in a field in Hampshire, all right"

In the middle of the night
It feels alright, but then tomorrow morning
Oh, oh, then you come down
Oh, oh, then you come down
Oh, what if you never come down?

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: CANDIDA DOYLE, JARVIS BRANSON COCKER, MARK ANDREW WEBBER, NICK BANKS, RUSSELL SENIOR, STEPHEN PATRICK MACKEY

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satsymbol

Oh, is this the way they say the future's meant to feel?
Or just twenty thousand people standing in a field?
And I don't quite understand just what this feeling is
But that's okay 'cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz
And tell me when the spaceship lands 'cause all this has just got to mean something-ing

Oh, in the middle of the night
It feels alright, but then tomorrow morning
Oh, oh, then you come down, oh

Oh yeah, the pirate radio told us what was going down
Got the tickets from some fucked up bloke in Camden Town
Oh, and no-one seems to know exactly where it is
But that's okay 'cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz
At four o'clock the normal world seems very, very, very far away
All right

In the middle of the night
It feels alright, but then tomorrow morning
Oh, oh, then you come down, oh

Just keep on moving

Everybody asks your name, they say we're all the same and now it's
"Nice one, " "geezer"
But that's as far as the conversation went
I lost my friends, I dance alone
It's six o'clock, I want to go home
But it's "no way, " "not today"
Makes you wonder what it meant
And this hollow feeling grows and grows and grows and grows
And you want to call your mother
And say "mother, I can never come home again
'Cause I seem to have left an important part of my brain somewhere
Somewhere in a field in Hampshire, all right"

In the middle of the night
It feels alright, but then tomorrow morning
Oh, oh, then you come down
Oh, oh, then you come down
Oh, what if you never come down?



Harrison Hughes

Oh, is this the way they say the future's meant to feel?
Or just twenty thousand people standing in a field?
And I don't quite understand just what this feeling is
But that's okay 'cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz
And tell me when the spaceship lands 'cause all this has just got to mean something-ing
… Oh, in the middle of the night
It feels alright, but then tomorrow morning
Oh, oh, then you come down, oh
… Oh yeah, the pirate radio told us what was going down
Got the tickets from some fucked up bloke in Camden Town
Oh, and no-one seems to know exactly where it is
But that's okay 'cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz
At four o'clock the normal world seems very, very, very far away
All right
… In the middle of the night
It feels alright, but then tomorrow morning
Oh, oh, then you come down, oh
… Just keep on moving
… Everybody asks your name, they say we're all the same and now it's
"Nice one, " "geezer"
But that's as far as the conversation went
I lost my friends, I dance alone
It's six o'clock, I want to go home
But it's "no way, " "not today"
Makes you wonder what it meant
And this hollow feeling grows and grows and grows and grows
And you want to call your mother
And say "mother, I can never come home again
'Cause I seem to have left an important part of my brain somewhere
Somewhere in a field in Hampshire, all right"
… In the middle of the night
It feels alright, but then tomorrow morning
Oh, oh, then you come down
Oh, oh, then you come down
Oh, what if you never come down?



Badger Mustelid

Oh, is this the way they say the future's meant to feel?
Or just 20,000 people standing in a field
And I don't quite understand just what this feeling is
But that's okay cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz
And tell me when the spaceship lands
'Cause all this has just got to mean something
Oh

[Chorus]
In the middle of the night, it feels alright
But then tomorrow morning
Ooh, ooh, then you come down

[Verse Two]
Oh yeah, the pirate radio station told us what was going down
Got the tickets from some fucked up bloke in Camden Town
Oh, and no-one seems to know exactly where it is
But that's okay cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz
At 4 o'clock the normal world seems very, very, very far away
Alright

[Chorus]
In the middle of the night, it feels alright
But then tomorrow morning
Ooh, ooh, then you come down

[Bridge]
Just keep on moving

[Verse Three]
Everybody asks your name they say we're all the same
And now it's "nice one", "geezer"
And that's as far as the conversation went
I lost my friends, I dance alone, it's six o'clock I wanna go home
But it's "no way", "not today", makes you wonder what it meant
And this hollow feeling grows and grows and grows and grows
And you want to call your mother and say
"Mother, I can never come home again
'Cause I seem to have left an important part of my brain
Somewhere, somewhere in a field in Hampshire"
Alright

[Chorus]
In the middle of the night, it feels alright
But then tomorrow morning
Ooh, ooh, then you come down

[Outro]
Ooh, ooh, then you come down
Ooh, what if you never come down?



All comments from YouTube:

babyshambler

Poignant, witty, timeless. Loved it since I was a teen. Always come back. Great album.

Martin Stone

"I've left an important part of my brain somewhere in a field in Hampshire." Best song line ever.

Angus McIntyre

As a hampshire resident, I can confirm that this does occur.

gilliebean

I’m still living in Hampshire, left important parts of my brain in several local fields in the 90’s - but I traded them for the best memories! ❤️

Suze Siviter

Or "Got it from some f*ckup guy in Hampden town", I remember dealers like that.

moominpupa

That's what I felt like after Saturday night. 🤯

Tim Ponsford

I left quite a lot of my brain at Pawlett Manor in Bridgewater during the early 90s!

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lyonslaforet

Hands up if you think Different Class (1995) is one of the most important British albums of the nineties.

M D

It never aged

Stuart Cox

Great album!...all tunes..and no filler!!...still as good now

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