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Pearl Jam — Ghost
Album: Riot Act
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Released: 2002
Length: 3:13
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The mind is grey like the city
Packing in and overgrown
Love is deep, dig it out
Standing in a hole alone

Working for something
One can never hold
A place in the clouds
Good place to hide, oh my oh

So I'm flying away, away
Driving away, away
Finding hope in ways I missed before
I miss before

The TV, she talks to me
Breaking news and building walls
Selling me what I don't need
I never knew soap made you taller

So I'm riding away, away
Hiding away, away
So much talk it makes no sense at all
My senses have gone, oh

So I'm hiding away, away
Driving away, away
Passing new friends I won't know at all
Won't know at all

It doesn't hurt when I bleed
But my memories they eat me
I've seen it all before
Bring it on, 'cause I'm no victim

Dying ''(away, away)''
Dying ''(away, away)''
Dying
Dying
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 flandersdog wrote:
I agree that Pearl Jam has only gotten better over the years (Ten is my least favorite album of theirs, but I loved it when it came out). and Eddie Vedder is my rock-star boyfriend
 

Wait a Minute...My wife claims Eddie is her back up husband...What's up with that?
I don't care what anybody says, I think this rocks, big time.
I agree that Pearl Jam has only gotten better over the years (Ten is my least favorite album of theirs, but I loved it when it came out). and Eddie Vedder is my rock-star boyfriend
Pearl Jam has actually matured and their music is better than it was long time ago in the "Ten" era. Basically, you have to go step by step to see the full evolution of Pearl Jam...most people automatically just say that new Pearl Jam is not as good as "Ten". But the more you listen, the more you realize that the musicianship is better, the lyrics are more mature, and they are at a better place than then. The ones that do not see that are stuck in yesteryear. By the way, this song is extremely good, almost a 10....Can not wait for their new album later this year!
I like Pearl Jam well enough, but what an impossible spot in the playlist - right after Jimi Hendrix... The only fair thing to do might be to play about 4 minutes of silence after Voodoo Child.
Where are the Robert Palmer chicks..? :moon:
Originally Posted by Pipes: A ghost of the promise that their earlier work showed. :lol:
hahahaha...oh wait that's not even funny :clap:
A ghost of the promise that their earlier work showed. :lol:
I feel the same way about everything ever penned by the Grateful Dead...I guess we all have our own opinions, and sometimes it's good to keep them to ourselves.
Originally Posted by psw: uninspired and dumb. completely forgetable. :frustrated:
Originally Posted by briandel: Can't argue with that. Seen 'em three times and plan to make it a lot more. :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:
:clap:
Originally Posted by jammer2344: this song rips it up live (just like a lot their stuff). one of the best live acts today.
Can't argue with that. Seen 'em three times and plan to make it a lot more. :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:
Originally Posted by Art_Carnage: Amen. Someone make it stop! :cry:
this song rips it up live (just like a lot their stuff). one of the best live acts today.
Originally Posted by psw: uninspired and dumb. completely forgetable. :frustrated:
Amen. Someone make it stop! :cry:
uninspired and dumb. completely forgetable. :frustrated: