|song by Duran Duran|
|Released||14 October 1997|
|Label||Capitol, EMI, Virgin|
|Writer(s)||Rhodes, Le Bon, Cuccurullo|
|Associate Producer||Simon Le Bon|
About the song Edit
The lyrics of "Undergoing Treatment" have a go at the media and press, written during a period when the band believed they weren't taken seriously and they were easy targets for criticism.
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Duran Duran are:
We are undergoing treatment Watching others in the news Studying our worst reviews They say we'll get over it Disappear like dinosaurs To the sound of sole applause Designed to make us special If you see me walking in the garden Don't ever ask me for an autograph If you ever catch me in the arcade Don't even stop me for a photograph We are undergoing treatment Till our ethic fits the scene Laid out in Q Magazine They crave our conformity Mediocre to the bone Terrified testosterone But why do we still face the music If you see me walking in the garden Don't ever ask me for an autograph Now and then you get the strangest notion That there's something missing But it keeps you guessing Wild ambition can you really blame us? Can you entertain us? Can you give a little more? If you see me walking in the garden Don't ever ask me for an autograph If you ever catch me in the arcade Don't even stop me for a photograph We are undergoing treatment But will the doctors ever cure These delusions of grandeur?