Flashback

Album: Welcome to the Dollhouse (2008)
  • D.Woods explained to That Grape Juice that this was originally written as an interlude: "There's another one I wrote on called 'Flashback,' it's actually an interlude. It was one of the last ones that we did. Me and Dawn (Richard) wrote it. It kinda almost has an alternative/rock edge to it. After recording it as an interlude, we were like 'Dang, we should made this a full song!'"

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