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Remy Zero — Fair
Album: Garden State Soundtrack
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6.6

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Total ratings: 527









Released: 2004
Length: 3:43
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Hey, are you lonely?
Has summer gone so slowly?
We found the ground
And that damage was done
It's cold as you fade into the sun
Where'd you go? To me?

But you're alive!
Well, it's only
Fallen frames, they told me
You stand out, it's so loud
And so what if it is?
It's cold as you face into the wind
Where'd it go to? tonight the sun shall see its light

So what if you catch me,
Where would we land?
In somebody's life
For taking his hands
Sing to me hope as she's
Thrown on the sand
All of our work
Is rated again
Where to go ?

And you were somehow the rain this thing could allow
I tried but it's all wrong
You're so strong
And this life and work
And choice took far too long
Where'd it go? tonight the sun shall see its light

So what if you catch me,
Where would we land?
In somebody's life
For taking his hands
Sing to me hope as she's
Thrown on the sand
All of our work
Is rated again

When I was sure you'd follow through
My world was turned to blue so thin
When you'd hide your songs would die
So I'd hide yours with mine
And all my words were bound to fail
I know you won't fail
See, I can tell
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So emo… needs some more dashboard on RP.

 yoksa wrote:

It's the Stones original (1978 Some Girls). You should have heard it on their first gig in Hyde Park (50th anniversary show).
 
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 juul wrote:
 SO agree on too soon!   buddy wrote:
Great tune from a band that ended too soon.  Can't help but think of the movie Garden State which had this on its Grammy winning soundtrack.  Great lyrics and layers in this song.

 

 
It's the Stones original (1978 Some Girls). You should have heard it on their first gig in Hyde Park (50th anniversary show).

 SO agree on too soon!   buddy wrote:
Great tune from a band that ended too soon.  Can't help but think of the movie Garden State which had this on its Grammy winning soundtrack.  Great lyrics and layers in this song.

 


Great tune from a band that ended too soon.  Can't help but think of the movie Garden State which had this on its Grammy winning soundtrack.  Great lyrics and layers in this song.
 Sounds like U2 must have when they were even worse.
At first I would have sworn this is Jump Little Children. Nope...
Love it!
Help me out fellow geeks... Wasn't this the song that played at the end of Fanboys too?
FANTASTIC!
LOVE this album!
Remy Zero? I know his alcoholic brother, Remy Martin :o)

I'll get me coat...
This is a great song! Love that guitar riff in the chorus; that one chord change makes the whole song!{#Bananajam}
Big thanks to Garden State for turning me on this band.  I LOVE this song; one of my all time favorite songs ever (and I don't say that often).

 
paloeguevo wrote:
those first chords reminded me of "Cathedrals" by jump litle children.
Good tune.
 
Another brilliant tune from a band that's no longer around.  :(


U2
 ulibcn wrote:
great soundtrack of an awesome movie!
 
I second that!

ardam
 luin wrote:
Was that Remy Zero at the end of Suicide Kings?
 

Good catch; it was. The song is called "Shattered". Unfortunately, it isn't on any of their major releases, and I don't think that "Suicide Kings" put out a soundtrack. However, the song is also on the soundtrack for the movie "Crazy/Beautiful", in case you're looking for it.

great soundtrack of an awesome movie!
FluorideFreeMN wrote:
Yes, that is one of the better soundtracks out there.... Also like the music to "Rushmore"
one of the best soundtracks in a long time. almost all great songs
bronorb wrote:
My 16-year old daughter turned me on to this CD (Garden State) and it has become one of my favorites.
Yes, that is one of the better soundtracks out there.... Also like the music to "Rushmore"
lmic wrote:
Sounds like the David Gray song "Babylon."
I can see where your coming from Imic.
Sounds like the David Gray song "Babylon."
kazuma wrote:
"Clark, you need to tell Lana about your feelings for her. And Lex just got klonked on the head for the 300th time."
:lol:
This is absolutely perfect. A very very rare 10.
rah wrote:
there's something very "WB" about this song...
"Clark, you need to tell Lana about your feelings for her. And Lex just got klonked on the head for the 300th time."
boring
there's something very "WB" about this song...
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tammaye wrote:
there is much better Remy to be heard. must do some uploading...
agreed, there is much better...however, i still dig this song
Was that Remy Zero at the end of Suicide Kings?
My 16-year old daughter turned me on to this CD (Garden State) and it has become one of my favorites. My wife and I raised her on our music but she found her own way and now she is influencing us. Never thought that would happen, but it makes life interesting.
there is much better Remy to be heard. must do some uploading...
paloeguevo wrote:
those first chords reminded me of "Cathedrals" by jump litle children. Good tune.
Me too!
much more of this and I may have to take the pipe
Bizzarefall wrote:
I agree the same thing happened today.
Especially after previously rocking out to The Who.
I love this song...it is my favorite on this soundtrack. Does anyone know any of their other stuff, suggestions on albums?...would appreciate it!
Ennis wrote:
Abrupt transition from Tears for Fears, "Break it down". I felt that lurch you feel when somebody skips a gear driving stick shift ...
I agree the same thing happened today.
those first chords reminded me of "Cathedrals" by jump litle children. Good tune.
sass wrote:
U 2 much alike
So I'm not the only one to think so.
randomprime wrote:
The Indigo Boys
U 2 much alike
LUUUUVVVV this group!!!
Abrupt transition from Tears for Fears, "Break it down". I felt that lurch you feel when somebody skips a gear driving stick shift ...
You have my blessing to play any Remy Zero anytime. Always been one of my favorite bands. People need to hear them more. Excellent tune.
Nice segue from Sebadoh, but kinda vapid on its own.
The Indigo Boys