Flux = Rad
Pavement Lyrics


Child, don't you know
I don't want to let you go
Child, don't you know that
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you

I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you

Styles, they come and go
But I'm not going to let you go
Styles, they come and go but
I'm not gonna let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you

I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you
I don't want to let you

Lyrics © WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
Written by: STEPHEN MALKMUS

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Unwound

Lol it's like when blur made song 2 partly just to mock all the grunge bands of the time and it turned out to be their most well known song.

Jack Neidinger

My favorite 2 minutes in the history of sound.

Sam Perez

YES! i was looking for this song on here!!

Sam Perez

my favorite pavement song.

Jacqueline Lagneau G.G.

I 've seen them on Forest National for Woowie Zoowie. Greats melodies. Christophe Jassogne

Brandt Hurlbut

Nice trying! I like you guys a lot.

Sam Collier-Sewell

Blur didn't record Song Two to mock these bands. Graham Coxon is a massive fab of these guys.

Andrei Vladescu

"Nirvana signifier" as Malkmus referred to the ascending line of this song

navroful

Too good.

Unwound

Lol I actually thought you meant fab, thought it was some new slang or something like how people say oh that's so fab. Anyways I see now how it could be considered slightly ambiguous and I apologize.

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