Songs That Changed the World--The Most Important Songs of the Rock Era: "The Fear" by Lily Allen

    Inside the Rock Era is presenting a daily feature including some of The Most Important Songs of the Rock Era*.  Lily Allen mocks the material world in this important song--"The Fear".

    "The Fear" (fixed)
    by Lily Allen

    Words by Lily Allen, Music by Greg Kurstin

    I want to be rich and I want lots of money
    I don't care about clever I don't care about funny
    I want loads of clothes and loads of diamonds
    I heard people die while they are trying to find them

    And I'll take my clothes off and it will be shameless
    'Cause everyone knows that's how you get famous.

    I'll look at the sun and I'll look in the mirror
    I'm on the right track, yeah I'm on to a winner.

    I don't know what's right and what's real anymore
    And I don't know how I'm meant to feel anymore
    And when do you think it will all become clear?
    'Cause I'm being taking over by The Fear

    Life's about film stars and less about mothers
    It's all about fast cars and cussing each other
    But it doesn't matter cause I'm packing plastic
    And that's what makes my life so fantastic

    And I am a weapon of massive consumption
    And it's not my fault it's how I'm programmed to function



    Forget about guns and forget ammunition
    'Cause I'm killing them all on my own little mission
    Now I'm not a saint but I'm not a sinner
    Now everything's cool as long as I'm getting thinner

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