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Sebadoh - Sorry

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Published on May 9, 2009

Sebadoh are one of the lo fi rock pioneers with this subtile depressive touch brought by the great Lou Barlow. "Sorry" is an extract from the LP called "The Sebadoh" released in 1999.

"No, I mean it, I'm really sorry; here I'll say it again
I want you to know it, but the more I say it
The less it means in the end
Working for respect's like climbing a mountain
And I think I'm losing my grip
Once I'm fallin' and I think I'm fallin'
There's no gettin' back on pace
But my face makes that sorry shape
I know who I am, but I lost my grace
I'm gettin' a stick and I march for more
Now I was wrong, everybody knows
My mouth is moving but nothing's changing
I just can't leave it alone
Nervous defense that's doubled to senseless
Milked it dry like a bone
I milked it dry like a bone
I just can't leave it alone
I milked it dry like a bone
I just can't leave it alone
But my face makes that sorry shape
I know who I am, but I lost my grace
I'm gettin' a stick and I march for more
Now I was wrong, everybody knows
Everybody knows
No, I mean it, I'm really sorry; here I'll say it again
I want you to know it that the more I say it"

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