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Grind
Alice in Chains Lyrics


In the darkest hole, you'd be well advised
Not to plan my funeral 'fore the body dies, yeah
Come the morning light, it's a see through show
What you may have heard and what you think you know, yeah

Let the sun never blind your eyes
Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside

Sure to play a part, so you love the game
And in truth your lies become one and same, yeah
I could set you free, rather hear the sound
Of your body breaking as I take you down, yeah

Let the sun never blind your eyes
Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside

In the darkest hole, you'd be well advised
Not to plan my funeral 'fore the body dies, yeah

Let the sun never blind your eyes
Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside

Let the sun never blind your eyes
Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside

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Written by: Jerry Cantrell

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Joshua Gómez

In the darkest hole, you'd be well advised
Not to plan my funeral before the body dies, yeah
Come the morning light, it's a see through show
What you may have heard and what you think you know, yeah

Let the sun never blind your eyes

Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside

Sure to play a part, so you love the game
And in truth your lies become one and same, yeah
I could set you free, rather hear the sound
Of your body breaking as I take you down, yeah

Let the sun never blind your eyes
Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside

In the darkest hole, you'd be well advised
Not to plan my funeral before the body dies, yeah

Let the sun never blind your eyes
Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside



Chancey McMorris

I understand everyone singing the praises for Layne and he is greatly missed, but Jerry Cantrell is too often overlooked in his efforts to keep AiC moving along. Let's give my man Jerry some credit. I was very young in my Army career when I first started listening to them as a alternative to the Hair bands of the late 80's, a scene that got more outrageous and comical by the month, although I separated Def Leppard, Iron Maiden and Guns-N-Roses from the likes of Stryper, Ratt, Cinderella and such. Not bad bands really, actually quite decent, but the music scene of that time was clogged with these groups, and everybody was looking for a breakthrough

I even was listening to some Alternate Country just to hear something different than Mr. Big, Great White, Skid Row, Poison and Kix. I listened to a lot of Brooks and Dunn, Dwight Yoakam, Kentucky Headhunters and Rodney Crowell. I'm not an expert on any of the genres, but I heard it all every night in the barracks. 120 Minutes became my favorite show on MTV, it was a great relief to get another kind of adrenaline rush listening to Ministry, Nitzer Ebb, Morrissey (solo), the Smiths, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Echo and the Bunnymen, and others I can't think of at the moment.

Anyhow, I listened to AiC and Nirvana before the world was ready for them, but I was looking and waiting for the Billboard andvMTV music scene of that time to come to a screeching halt, much like I think many today are waiting for the current dismal music atmosphere to go away. When it did happen, and Nirvana, Pearl Jam and AiC, three very different groups finally came into their own, the industry flipped like an LP from the B-Side to the A-Side.

I know MTV goes with the trends, always have and always will, and when the so-called grunge scene emerged they dropped the Hair bands from their rotation like a hot potato. Am I telling the truth for anyone else who can remember? Those bands, who had a good run, were dead as far as MTV was concerned. Although I have a better appreciation for some of those bands now, I was happy for the change. Correct me if I'm wrong, but MVT tried to cash in on the movement by promoting bands like Jesus Jones and EMF. And sadly, at the end of the so-called grunge period, MTV put groups like the Spice Girls in heavy rotation.

I was lucky to be stationed at Fort Hood, TX in the late 80's and early 90's, and I traveled to Austin as much as possible because it has a great music scene. Still does, I'm sure. Other than a couple of run-ins with local skinheads there, it's a great place to hang out.Fortunately, my Army brothers were always with me, Shout out to Darryl Richardson, Theodore Cyganski, Peter Daniels, Robert Horn, Steve Mennis and Ron Felix, wherever you guys are.



RevenantRoad Records

"Grind"

In the darkest hole, you'd be well advised
Not to plan my funeral 'fore the body dies, yeah
Come the morning light, it's a see through show
What you may have heard and what you think you know, yeah

Let the sun never blind your eyes
Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside

Sure to play a part, so you love the game
And in truth your lies become one and same, yeah
I could set you free, rather hear the sound
Of your body breaking as I take you down, yeah

Let the sun never blind your eyes
Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside

In the darkest hole, you'd be well advised
Not to plan my funeral 'fore the body dies, yeah

Let the sun never blind your eyes
Let me sleep so my teeth won't grind
Hear a sound from a voice inside



All comments from YouTube:

SkyHigh87

Anyone else on an Alice in Chains binge? Its hard to stop.

Mr. RED

If anyone ever stops listening to them, contact me and allow me the honor, grace and satisfaction to slap the SH*T outta you!!!!! 🖤✊🏾🤙🏾🤟🏾✌🏾

Mike Payne

Bingeing now. They get more brilliant every time I do this.

msbadkittie

yep! it’s March 2021 and i’ve been binging for a few weeks. can never have enough AIC.

Angela headache

Almost a Solis year this .let me know what can help lol

KillerKistal

Y3S.

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Evan Walker

I don’t care what people say Jerry Cantrell is a metal guitarist

Thelma Dunn

@FreeUrMindz succinctly put

Layne Staley

Jerry's awesome.

ruduwigu

He said, "grunge is just a fashion."

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