Election DayWild kind of look to the day, opening eyes impale neon flickers
She moon she turning away, the city's her slave but he's cheating his mistress
She's moody and grey, she's mean and she's restless (so restless)
All over you as they say, rumours or rivals yell at the strike force
Hi guys, by the way, are you aware you're being illegal
It's making your savior behaviour look evil
'scuse my timing but say, how d'you fit in with this flim, flam and judy
Maximum big suprise your smile is something new
Don't even try to induce, in all my restrain there's no hesitation
Maximum big suprise she knows something new
By roads and backways a lover's chance down a wind
Shouldn't be asking wild and scheming
Stretching my back down the way
Maximum big suprise you know something new
The graphic artist Tony Viramontes (who created the album cover artwork) appeared in the video alongside Linda Evangelista, American novelist William S. Burroughs and a Jean Cocteau lookalike.
Heavy with Cocteau references, the Horse's head in the video relates to the film ‘Le Testament d`Orphee’. The famous Ancient poet Orpheus himself is greatly regarded by poets and musicians alike, and is therefore an appropriate figure for Arcadia to connect with. The whole video itself is crammed full of references to movies and paintings which tied in with the Arcadia project.