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Drip Drip Drip" (sometimes stylised as "Drip, Drip, Drip") is a song by British alternative band Chumbawamba, from their eighth studio album, Tubthumper. In the spirit of their oft-politicized lyrics, the song discusses slumlords and the injustice faced by tenants; the song can also be viewed as a metaphor for politicians' control and dishonesty. It was the third and final single from the album.
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This song is by Audioweb and appears on the album Audioweb (1996). Once for you to knowThe questions of lifeIt's the heart I open your surprise, noJust tell me when you decide to free your mindJust tell me when you decide to free your mindSometimes it feels like we're more dead than aliveSometimes it feels like we're more dead than alive. Sometimes it feels like we're more dead than alive (x4). I don't want to understand that I don't. Stop me soAnd you want me to go.
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One of the world’s most intriguing music purveyors, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, has been drip feeding his third studio album since February this year. The new single follows the enigmatic American Guilt and Not In Love, We’re Just High.
Drip-feed definition: If you drip-feed money into something, you pay the money a little at a time rather than. Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. also drip feed (3rd person singular present tense drip-feeds, present participle drip-feeding, past tense, past participle drip-fed ). verb. If you drip-feed money into something, you pay the money a little at a time rather than paying it all at once.