But it’s way smarter than “Monster Mash.” Parker drops one of his deadly, targeted couplets—”In so many ways / I’m somebody else / While trying so hard / To be myself”—that’ll leave you feeling like you’re invisible. //]]>, Sorry, we have to make sure you're a human before we can show you this page. The eponymous “Be Above It” mantra has a sentiment that’s easily understood and deeply resonant. But song blows up when that initial optimism comes true: “She remembers my name!” he exclaims. Parker’s vocals are noticeably lower and less-processed, showcasing a much different side of Tame Impala than what we’re accustomed to 12 years later, but the song shows how fully-formed the band was even in its infancy. “You will never come close to how I feel,” Parker sings, alluding to the heavenly void that he ironically also places listeners in. New Person Same Old Mistakes by Tame Impala. —Ellen Johnson, One of the briefest songs in Tame Impala’s discography, “Disciples” is a compact little bundle of bass and existential dread. "Same Ol' Mistakes" by Rihanna is a cover of Tame Impala's "New Person, Same Old Mistakes". //

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