In 1996, during the OK Computer
sessions, 'Nude' made its first appearance. An early link to the lyrics of the song can be seen in a page, that appeared in the first version of radiohead.com in 1996. The line 'don't go, you'll only want to come back again' was part of a verse that was later taken out:
advice for robots
if you feel that/low again.
please try. remain
friends./see next instruction
all in its right being
saltwater good for cleaning
will only want to come back.
not just circle
not just being
sorry that didnt write(be there)
when you wanted(be there)
please remember all the good things
File/Print.../Print(on my wall stuck for remembering)message ends
On a sidenote, the above piece of text is related to the artwork for an anorak sold by w.a.s.t.e., as the description to this item, which apparently was written by Stanley Donwood, included this: "Featuring the growth of a scary bear and a message written for suicidal robots". The text from radiohead.com posted above is headlined 'advice for robots', and the anorak features the words "don't go", which are part of a line included in both the 'advice for robots' and early versions of 'Nude' (in the verse that was later omitted).
What makes the connection to this song even stronger, is that the artwork features the line "Your home is at risk if you do not keep up with everything else", which is highly similar to the original working title Thom mentioned in an april 1998 for MTV's 120 Minutes
: 'Your Home Is At Risk If You Do Not Keep Up Repayments".