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Jeremy
Pearl Jam Lyrics


At home drawing pictures
Of mountain tops
With him on top
Lemon yellow sun
Arms raised in a V

Dead lay in pools of maroon below
Daddy didn't give attention
Oh, to the fact that mommy didn't care
King Jeremy the wicked
Oh, ruled his world

Jeremy spoke in class today
Jeremy spoke in class today
Clearly I remember
Pickin' on the boy

Seemed a harmless little fuck
But we unleashed the lion
Gnashed his teeth and bit the recessed lady's breast

How could I forget
And he hit me with a surprise left
My jaw left hurting

Dropped wide open
Just like the day
Oh like the day I heard
Daddy didn't give affection

And the boy was something that mommy wouldn't wear
King Jeremy the wicked
Ruled his world

Jeremy spoke in class today
Jeremy spoke in class today
Jeremy spoke in class today

Try to forget this (try to forget this)
Try to erase this (try to erase this)
From the blackboard

Jeremy spoke in class today
Jeremy spoke in class today
Jeremy spoke in
Spoke in
Jeremy spoke in
Spoke in
Jeremy spoke in class today

Uh uh uh uh (spoke in, spoke in, spoke in)
(Spoke in)
Uh uh uh uh (spoke in, spoke in, spoke in)
Whoa oh (spoke in)
(Spoke in, spoke in)
Whoa oh (spoke in)
Whoa oh (spoke in, spoke in, spoke in)
Ah ah ah yeah
Ah ah ah ah (spoke in, spoke in, spoke in)
Yeah yeah ah ah ah (spoke in, spoke in, spoke in)
Ah ah ah ah ah

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament

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Comments from YouTube:

The Feleapz

I like this version more because it has a better backing track

Elisa ELIA

4:38 to 4:42: I love this end part

Stanislav Ilev

3:36 to 3:42: And I love this one, it never appears in studio versions, even remastered ones!

Zachary Scott

same. always loved it

crystal jo

great,great, song, brings back memories
4:38 to 4:42: I love this end part

Antonella Gaytan

4:38 to 4:42: I love this end part
great,great, song, brings back memories
4:38 to 4:42: I love this end part

Big Guy’s 45’s

Rereleased as a single later in 1995, it peaked at No. 79 on the Billboard Hot 100. Brilliant and sad song.

TonyQuist1003

great,great, song, brings back memories

Bernetta Hitt

great,great, song, brings back memories
4:38 to 4:42: I love this end part
great,great, song, brings back memories

Robbie Stewart

When Jeremy Pruitt was hired a year ago as the new head coach of the University of Tennessee Football team, he talked about his many years of experience as a kindergarten teacher during his introductory press conference. It made me think of this song. Because I know that he is up against all odds at rebuilding a football programme that has gotten so bad that it has sacked not only two coaches, but one (Lame Kiffin) who famously left in the middle of the night to pursue his dream job and caused a near riot on campus in the process. Midnight Oil would have been proud because beds were definitely burning that night to the point of where Lame Kiffin had to wait until 4 a.m. the next morning before he could make his final exit from campus and get on an air plane and fly to his new job location for an introductory press conference at Southern Cal. Good thing for the three hour time difference. Its continued to the point of where we even had to sack one athletic director and bring back the first football coach that we sacked 10 years ago as the new athletic director without him having any prior experience as an AD. So now, when the Vols win with Coach Pruitt, I always tweet this line from chorus "Jeremy Spoke In Class Today." And when the Vols loose, I always tweet this modified line from the chorus which represents Coach Pruitt's time as a Kindergarten teacher and a student getting in trouble in his class. "Jeremy Got Dunced In Class Today." And if Coach Pruitt happens to get sacked in another years, the modified chorus will be "Jeremy Got Fired In Class Today." I know that outsiders don't understand, but being that the head football coach at the University of Tennessee is the highest paying job in our state, the highly conservative right wing fan base demands accountability and responsibility in the position. Coaches who don't start producing winning records after three years on the job are subject to being pressured by the fan base up until they either quit or they get sacked.

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