Blink-182 - "Dammit" (Growing Up) flac album
|1||Dammit (Growing Up- Radio Edit)||2:46|
|2||Dammit (Growing Up)||2:46|
NotesReleased in a standard jewelcase with front and rear inserts
|RAP024||Blink 182*||"Dammit" (Growing Up) (CD, Single)||Rapido, Cargo Music, MDS||RAP024||Australia||1997|
Produced by Mark Trombino. It's alright to tell me What you think about me I won't try to argue Or hold it against you I know that you're leaving You must have your reasons The season is calling Your pictures are falling down. The steps that I retrace The sad look on your face The timing and structure Did you hear he fucked her? A day late, a buck short I'm writing the report On losing and failing When I move I'm flailing now. And it's happened once again I'll turn to a friend.
It's alright to tell me what you think about me I won't try to argue or hold it against you I know that you're leaving you must have your reasons The season is calling and your pictures are falling down. The steps that I retrace the sad look on your face The timing and structure did you hear he fucked her? A day late a buck short I'm writing the report On losing and failing when I move I'm flailing now. And it's happened once again I'll turn to a friend Someone that understands Sees through the master plan.
Written by bassist Mark Hoppus, the song concerns maturity and growing older. It was written about a fictional breakup and the difficulty of seeing a former partner with another.
Dammit" is about when you break up with someone, and then you see them all over town with someone new. It really hurts when you aren't the person feeling the love, but you have to act like it's cool to save face. The song caused troubles with Mark's vocals. He had made a mistake in writing the song. Dammit" was outside of his vocal range, requiring him to strain to sing it. Mark did take after take to get the proper sound . They often changed the initial plot of their videos, as Mark and Tom quickly produced fresh ideas. Oh, dude, you know what would be so funny?" was a common phrase.
For the expletive dammit! see Damnation. It was the first single released from the band’s second album Dude Ranch. The song was written by bassist Mark Hoppus concerning a fictional breakup with his girlfriend. Sung entirely by Hoppus in the studio recording, guitarist Tom DeLonge usually sings the chorus in live performances. Many fans and critics consider this to be the band’s best song.
Free and guaranteed quality tablature with ukulele chord charts, transposer and auto scroller. The trio consists of bassist and vocalist Mark Hoppus, guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLonge, and drummer Travis Barker. Need some help? Top 10 Viewed Songs Today.
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