Muse - Hysteria

Muse - Hysteria


It's bugging me
Grating me
And twisting me around

Yeah I'm endlessly
Caving in
And turning inside out

'Cause I want it now
I want it now
Give me your heart and your soul
And I'm breaking out
I'm breaking out
Last chance to lose control

Yeah it's holding me
Morphing me
And forcing me to strive

To be endlessly
Caving in
And dreaming I'm alive

'Cause I want it now
I want it now
Give me your heart and your soul
I'm not breaking down
I'm breaking out
Lace chance to lose control

And I want you now
I want you now
I feel my heart implode
And I'm breaking out
Escaping now
Feeling my faith erode


Song : Hysteria (Live from Wembley Stadium)
Artist : Muse
Written By : Matt Bellamy
Vocals : Matt Bellamy
Lead guitar : Matt Bellamy
Rhythm Guitar : Matt Bellamy
Keyboards : Matt Bellamy
Programming : Matt Bellamy & Dominic Howard
String Arrangements : Matt Bellamy & Audrey Riley
Composer : Matt Bellamy & Dominic Howard
Mixing Engineer : Rich Costey
Mastering Engineer : Howie Weinberg
Digital Editing : Roger Lian & Wally Gagel
Engineering : Wally Gagel & Rich Costey
Executive Producer : Safta Jaffery & Dennis Smith
Percussion : Dominic Howard
Drums : Dominic Howard
Release Date : December 1, 2003
Album : HAARP (Standard CD/DVD)
Writers : Dominic Howard, Christopher Wolstenholme, Matthew Bellamy
Licensed to YouTube by : WMG (on behalf of Warner Music UK); LatinAutor, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, ASCAP, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, Warner Chappell, and 7 Music Rights Societies

About Song

Hysteria” is the eighth track and third single of Absolution and is preceded by a 40-second interlude on the album. The song is one of Muse’s most famous and popular due to the awesome bass line played by Chris Wolstenholme. What’s slightly less awesome is the subject matter: obsessive love (though it’s an admittedly epic delivery).

This obsessive song is about a stalker who is losing his mind going after a girl. “I want you now, I’ll feel my heart implode,” Matt Bellamy sings.

Fun fact: In ye olden days, “hysteria” was actually a diagnosable psychological condition unique to women caused by sexual dysfunction (i.e. dudes not pleasing their women in bed). It’s thanks to this condition that the vibrator was invented – physicians could now stimulate their patients' genitalia mechanically instead of manually, thus reducing some of the impropriety.
These days, we know to give our girls head – at least, most of us do.

The old-timey medical definition of hysteria also implicated the presence of the womb and the moon as possible causes, which explains the cover of the single. Interestingly, the association of the moon with manic behavior is the origin of the word “lunatic”, ie, a lunar tic.

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