Genre not found
Artist not found
Album not found
Song not found

Everything You've Done Wrong
Sloan Lyrics


Do your time, to pay the price
For every thing you've done wrong, baby
In your life, you get so high
There's nowhere left to go but down
Don't believe that no one cares
'Cause we're here waiting for you, baby
Do your time
And then come home for good

So don't hide yourself away
Let it shine, let it shine
Don't hide yourself away
Let it shine

If you ever feel in doubt
You have a place in my heart, baby
If I ever feel left out
I know I've got a place in yours
Don't believe that I wouldn't dare
To go and take you right back, baby
Do your time
And then come home for good

So don't hide yourself away
Let it shine, let it shine
Don't hide yourself away
Let it shine, let it shine
Don't hide yourself away
Let it shine, let it shine
Don't hide yourself away

Do your time, to pay the price
For every thing you've done wrong, baby
In your life, you get so high
There's nowhere left to go but down
Don't believe that no one cares
'Cause we're here waiting for you, baby
Do your time, and then come home for good
Do your time, and then come home for good
Do your time, and then come home for good

Lyrics © O/B/O APRA AMCOS

Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind
To comment on specific lyrics, highlight them
Most interesting comment from YouTube:

MusicallyStoned

Sloan has to be one of the greatest examples of 60s and 70s Pop influences on 90s Power Pop bands. This is a flawless example of Power Pop.

The main thing rock fans like me seem to forget is that Pop is actually a good genre. It's just MODERN Pop we all hate (Bieber, Perry, Gaga, Swift, 1D, etc). There is not one word that could describe the terrible sounds of the modern Pop wave. They don't even deserve to be called Pop. It's utter shit. Even Noel Gallagher from Oasis expressed his frustration about this.

However, fantastic 90s Power Pop bands like Sloan, Jellyfish, The Nines, or Cotton Mather, perfectly display how the genre is really supposed to sound like. At least for me. Most of the good Pop/Power Pop bands of the 90s/2000s fade into obscurity.

Sloan may be considered as Alternative, but this tune is more on the Pop side.

Pop music is a great genre. Just has a bad reputation.

Choose Power Pop.



All comments from YouTube:

MusicallyStoned

Sloan has to be one of the greatest examples of 60s and 70s Pop influences on 90s Power Pop bands. This is a flawless example of Power Pop.

The main thing rock fans like me seem to forget is that Pop is actually a good genre. It's just MODERN Pop we all hate (Bieber, Perry, Gaga, Swift, 1D, etc). There is not one word that could describe the terrible sounds of the modern Pop wave. They don't even deserve to be called Pop. It's utter shit. Even Noel Gallagher from Oasis expressed his frustration about this.

However, fantastic 90s Power Pop bands like Sloan, Jellyfish, The Nines, or Cotton Mather, perfectly display how the genre is really supposed to sound like. At least for me. Most of the good Pop/Power Pop bands of the 90s/2000s fade into obscurity.

Sloan may be considered as Alternative, but this tune is more on the Pop side.

Pop music is a great genre. Just has a bad reputation.

Choose Power Pop.

The Based God Max

MusicallyStoned lady gaga has talent though, unlike a lot of other pop artists from like 2008-2015

San C

Reminds me of my youth in Halifax. Sloan will always have a place in my heart.

Simple mortal

Years of looking for this song, I first heard it on Virgin Suicides. Glad I finally found it again!

Eric Theriault

I dont think canadian music ....got better than this....perfect trip in the way back machine....to 1996 ...

Plan 9

Great year. Great music, and I laid more pipe than Mario.

JMLONYOUTBE

This is truly an all around amazing song.

Huze gmail

The first time I heard this song I thought it was Peter Cetera and Chicago. Sloan...great Canadian band with amazingly talented musicians.

Felix Brown

A shortwave station serving Cleveland/Akron aired MuchMusic briefly. This wonderfulness aired frequently. I've been looking for this track for YEARS.

MikeAll HipHop

WOW! Always loved this song but never knew Sloan was Canadian... Now I like them and Canada even more lol. CanuckUp!

More Comments

More Videos