Nirvana

Album: Hey Babe (1992)
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  • I shut the windows and close the store
    I lay down on the bathroom floor
    Everyone I know is a bore.

    I'm starting to think that everything stinks
    That I could really use a drink
    Then I got up and hit my head on the sink.

    Father father father father, do you call
    Father father father, should I end it all.

    Now, here comes the song I love so much
    Makes me want to go fuck shit up
    Now, I got Nirvana in my head
    I'm so glad I'm not dead
    I slam my hand in the car door
    I scream 'till I could scream no more
    Bloody and mean and rotten to the core

    Father father father father, do you call
    Satan Satan Satan, should I end it all

    You try to get off the ground
    But you always end up coming down
    When the sound comes around and goes in your ears
    You can do anything you have no fears
    When that sound comes around and goes in my ears
    I can do anything I have no fears

    Now, here comes the song I love so much
    Makes me want to go fuck shit up
    I got Nirvana in my head
    I'm so glad I'm not dead

    Here comes the song, I love it so much
    Makes me want to go fuck shit up
    Now, I got Nirvana in my head
    I'm so glad I'm not dead Writer/s: JULIANA HATFIELD
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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