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New Order - Plastic

[Verse 1]
Got a feeling in my head
Feels like thunder overhead
Intoxicated, can't stop the flow
This love is poison, but it's like gold

[Pre-Chorus 1]
Give me direction, out of the cold
Show me affection, I'll give ya my soul

[Chorus]
It's official, you're fantastic
You're so special (so special)
So iconic (so iconic)
You're the focus (the focus) of attention (attention)
But you don't want it (you don't want it)
'Cause you're so honest

[Instrumental break]

[Verse 2]
If you break me, will you fix me?
And if I'm missing, will you miss me?
I'll regret it 'til the day I die
Until you knew it was in my head
[Pre-Chorus 2]
Feels like thunder, it's getting cold
This love is poison, but it's like gold

[Chorus]
It's official, you're fantastic
You're so special (so special)
So iconic (so iconic)
You're the focus (the focus) of attention (attention)
But you don't want it (you don't want it)
'Cause you're so honest (you don't want it)

[Instrumental break]

You don't want it

[Instrumental break]

[Chorus]
It's official, you're fantastic
You're so special (so special)
So iconic (so iconic)
You're the focus (the focus) of attention (attention)
But you don't want it (you don't want it)
'Cause you're so honest (you don't want it)
[Instrumental break]

[Outro]
One of these days, one of these days
Right when you want me, baby, I'll be gone
Cause you're like plastic, you're artificial
You don't mean nothing, baby, so superficial

"Plastic" is a song by English rock band New Order. It was released digitally on 16 September 2015 as an advanced download from their tenth studio album, Music Complete. An actual physical release of the single nor additional remixes has not been released as of yet. The song itself debuted as new material at the Chicago Aragon Ballroom on January 7.[1] The song is the second released from the album, itself, and deals with a man who is in a struggling relationship with a woman. La Roux's Elly Jackson provides backing vocals. The song received critical acclaim, with many critics praising the song as their best song in decades. Music video There is no official music video. However, there is an official audio on the band's YouTube account, uploaded on the same date as the song was released. Reception The song received more praise than New Order's previous single from Music Complete, "Restless". It has garnered critical acclaim, with some claiming that the song itself was their greatest hit in decades. Consequence of Sound stated that the song itself was "so addicting". Rolling Stone said that the single was "entrancing" and how it "communicated through New Order's distinctive style." Released 16 September 2015 Format Digital download Length 6:56 Label Mute Writer(s) New Order Producer(s) New Order

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