The ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of the Force.
|*throws tissue into trash can from two feet away*|
|me:||BALL IS LIFE|
|me:||BASKETBALL NEVER SLEEPS|
|me:||KOBE TELL ME HOW MY ASS TASTES|
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die // The People’s Warehouse. Pittsburgh, PA.
I’ve got rustled hair and my best shirt lying on the floor
And you’re still in my bed
It’s barely light out, but there’s an aching in my head left from the night before
I forget how you’d prefer your coffee
Pardon me, it’s been a while since our last mistake
And you’re still lying there so delicate, like glimmering glass
You’re porcelain and I’m afraid to break
And I knew that you were gone the moment I walked in
Figured there’s no need to wait around and talk about the sins that we committed or the ones still yet to come, so we skipped the awkward goodbyes
You never were one for convincing
And I hope someday we meet again under different circumstances
Maybe just as friends because, as lovers, I shattered you
And, even though you’ll never see it, picking up the pieces cut my hands up too
This EP is absolutely every fucking thing I wanted it to be and I’m so proud of these dudes and this song chokes me the fuck up okay.
I can’t believe what’s going on:
Sour neck, faked smiles and cuts on your arm.
This is too real. I am not real.
I cannot deal. I cannot deal.
I wish this
I should probably do something.
I used to do everything.
Now I am nothing and I can’t do anything.
I want to feel something.
You were my everything.
You left me with nothing. Now I would take anything.
I just want to go home, but I don’t know how.
I just want to go be a ghost now.
MY FRIENDS MADE THIS WHICH IS COOL
"How are you today? I saw your friends band play a little show last night. It’s not my thing they were alright. You’re in my dream last week. I’d like to hear what you think. We passed a house driving fast. The sun was shining on the grass. You made me stop and leave the car. You pulled my sleeve but not too hard. Remember when you took too much, I didn’t mind being your crutch. We loved you then. It’s not the same. I don’t like how things change."
Released on 1994’s self-titled album, “Say it Ain’t So” is one of weezer’s most well known tracks! Recorded at some point in 1993, this version is very close to the album version, with the exception that it is entirely acoustic. Enjoy!