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  • "Sorry" by Decadence Destroyed

    144 views 1 year ago
    An old song that I added 2 extra verses, a chorus, and John Frusciante's beautiful "Untitled 3" because, if Israel Kamakawiwo'ole can add Louie Armstrongs "What a Wonderful World" to his song "Somewhere Over The Rainbow", then why can't I add John Frusciante's "Untitled 3" verse to my song.

    It's quite fitting, actually.

    Lyrics:

    You're too beautiful to be left alone
    You're a perfect princess; One that I can't hold

    The moon sings for you but only when you're sad
    My perfect girl whom I'll never understand

    I'm sorry for ever letting you down
    I'm sorry, I'm not sure why I am now

    *Chorus*

    You're the best girlfriend that I've ever had
    Soon to be wife, now that makes me really glad

    I'm so happy when you're in my company
    I'm so happy that we'll one day have babies

    Up up and far away our spirits will soon soar
    As long as we're together I couldn't ask for more

    *Chorus*

    Some say far away there's a place upon that sky
    Well that's where we'll live and where we will both die

    Our children will one day look up asking why
    Wonderin' how we're doin', well we're doin' just fine

    And don't you think we won't live forever
    'Cos I know with you I'll last for many years

    *Chorus*

    *A dove is a glove
    *That I wear in my heart
    *and though I like to dress smart
    *It doesn't have any part
    *Of the world of fashion
    *And you're here to put me down
    *And I'm sick of the frowns
    *That follow me around
    *and I would like the sky
    *Though there's no reason why
    *She'd say to the world
    *With the nose of a girl
    *Turned up so loud that it rings
    *To the clouds
    *I've never been here
    *Though you're physically here
    *You're pushin' me away
    *To decay, Like the day that I loved
    You
    and You're pushin' me away
    and I've got no better place to stay
    So I'll just go
    Home

    (Note: Any lyric with an asterisk before it is written by John Frusciante) Show less
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