I Can't Hear You

Album: Sea Of Cowards (2010)
  • On this slow Southern blues number, Alison Mosshart is toying with a lover. Bass player Jack Lawrence described the writing process of Sea of Cowards to the Associated Press: "All of us are writing in one room together. We're going in with nothing usually and sitting down and someone comes up with one part, and everybody else chimes in. And Alison's sitting over in the corner writing lyrics to it the whole time."

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