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Kennel District
Pavement Lyrics


Hold on tight she wears the seek
It's got more stars than the sky
It's still forbidden to excuse
That little look in your eye
I was busted in my gut that time
That time I said 'I know it's true'
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
I can't believe she's married to rope
I would have turned down the light
But she always marked my fear
Doesn't make it alright
I wanted to stay there
But you know I needed more than that
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?
Why didn't I ask?

Lyrics © WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
Written by: SCOTT KANNBERG

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sean devine

A thought to share is I like this song. I like this band. I like a world where this band exists. I like people who like this

Doug Surdel

sean devine good album
No question my fav

navroful

When Spiral made the effort he could write a bangin tune.

conorcify

Anyone else think this is the best pop song ever made? "That's not pop" you say. My life is no more real than the ghosts which haunt my dreams.

Google Reviewer

This is the song I have to play every summer since forever driving fast with the windows down.

bobakerone

i worked in college radio during basically pavements whole existence and we used to burn this album up. fine underrated album. saw them 10 times in the 90's and once on the reunion tour and all concerts were fantastic. i do prefer the 90's small club shows over all.

Matt H

Pavement has this weird quality about them that makes me nostalgic about their music without ever having listened to it.

Howard Kleger

forge the restoration into a half Picasso

Lasse Sort

You perfectly described exactly how I felt, hearing this song for the first time back in 1995. It's weird.

Matthew Almont

You can never quarantine the past...

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