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Somebody told me, I know where to go
Somebody showed me, I was last to know

Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river

What I wanted, is what I wanted
What I wanted is what she wanted

Unfriendly feelings, down on wounded knee
Unfriendly reasons, some blind mother's need

Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river

What I wanted, is what we wanted
What we wanted is what she wanted

You read the words and it sells you life
They sell their words, but it's all a lie

Somebody told me, I know where to go
Somebody showed me, I was last to know

Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river

What I wanted, is what I wanted
What we wanted is what we wanted

What I wanted, is what I wanted
What we wanted is what she wanted

The second album
Twelve precious melodies
Worth listening
Hope you enjoy them
Like if it's sung to me

Listen to twelve great tunes
Playing on your stereo
Dining and dancing too
Entertain on the piano

The second album
Twelve gracious melodies
To listen
Include this number
Keeping you company

Well getting on the record soon
Grooving on an afternoon
That's on my album too

This album cover
Looks similar like Johnny Mathis
For Mathis lovers this album has his style
Beautiful numbers are heard on the car radio
After all records are cut in the recording studio

My second album
One dozen melodies to listen
Include this number
Keeping in company

Well, hoping that this record sells
Singing by our wishing well
That's on my album too

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: DEAN DELEO, ERIC KRETZ, ROBERT EMILE DELEO, SCOTT RICHARD WEILAND

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TicTacYo100

Lyrics

Somebody told me, I know where to go
Somebody showed me, I was last to know

Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river

What I wanted, is what I wanted
What I wanted is what she wanted

Unfriendly feelings, down on wounded knee
Unfriendly reasons, some blind mother's need

Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river

What I wanted, is what we wanted
What we wanted is what she wanted

You read the words and it sells you life
They sell their words, but it's all a lie

Somebody told me, I know where to go
Somebody showed me, I was last to know

Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river

What I wanted, is what I wanted
What we wanted is what we wanted

What I wanted, is what I wanted
What we wanted is what she wanted



Limits98

Lyrics

Somebody told me
I know where to go
Somebody showed me
I was last to know

Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river

What I wanted
Is what I wanted
What I wanted
Is what she wanted

Unfriendly feelings
Down on wounded knees
Unfriendly reasons
Some blind mother's need

Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river

What I wanted
Is what we wanted
What we wanted
Is what she wanted

You read the words
And it sells you life
They sell their words
But it's all a lie

Somebody told me
I know where to go
Somebody showed me
I was last to know

Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river
Sell me down the river

What I wanted
Is what I wanted
What we wanted
Is what we wanted

What I wanted
Is what I wanted
What we wanted
Is what she wanted

Part 2

The second album
12 gracious melodies

Worth listening
Hope you enjoy them
Like if it's sung to me
Listen to 12 great tunes
Playing on your stereo
Dining and dancing to
Entertain on the piano

The second album
12 gracious melodies
To listen
Include this number
Keeping you company

Well
Getting on the record soon
Grooving on an afternoon
That's on my album too

This album cover
Looks similar like 
Johnny Mathis
For Mathis lovers this
Album has his style
Beautiful numbers are
Heard on the car radio
After all records are cut
In the recording studio

My second album
One dozen melodies
To listen
Include this number
Keeping it company

Well
Hoping that this record sells
Singing by your wishing well
That's on my album too
The second album



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unfriended

I met Scotty in a Japanese restaurant in Soho back in the early 90s. It was just after they'd left the Mighty Joe moniker, so their fame wasn't so astronomical that he was inaccessible, but I'd already heard a Core sample, early on, so I was like, "OMG." Totally, embarrassingly fangirl. He invited me to join him, Robert, & Dean. We sat there, eating sushi and drinking saki for hours, talking the music industry, where the band was headed, love, life. It's one of the top 10 experiences in my life.

The next time I saw him, was backstage at an event in 2003. He was so high, I had to help him to the Green Room. There was never any judgement from me, but I was super worried about. The thing about Scotty, though, was after like 6 hours of talk on a random day in the 90s, he still recognized me and knew my name so high he could barely function. He was full of hugs and "What has your life been like?" and everything. That's just the kind of man he was. Strong, beyond. Wonderful, smart, sweet, funny. Addicted. I stayed with him until I was sure someone was there to really take care of him, but by that time, everyone seemed so tired and annoyed, no one seemed to care much, anymore.

I have to say that I loved that man all his life. I think I'm still mourning the loss. That said, I wanted to tell people what a random nobody from the middle of Illinois' experience was with him. He was amazing. Every minute. Cold sober or high as a kite, he was always a wonderful person! Rest in peace, love.

The Recalcitrant Misanthrope

That's a nice fucking letter.

Buck Fiden

Good story and believable to a cynical person. An honest question though:
Why does almost every 90's alternative icon have some sort of inner turmoil that leads to drugs and death? Could there have not been 1 or 2 who were both talented and based? Why would Scott destroy himself, as he was becoming famous and wealthy? Did you talk about that?
Logic and morality rule the universe. Why did so little of each reach our most talented, Cornell gone, Cobain gone, Weiland gone. Billy Corgan and Eddie Vedder are all that's left. Billy was too smart for everyone from the start, Eddie I think survived by being more of a wino than a druggie.

Draka Shrakenburg Productions

@french Welsh dude you mean how your describes the sex life?

Colin Clayton

Thank you for this.

Colin Clayton

Wow

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DazG

One of the most overlooked/underrated tunes. First tune I referred to. RIP Scott.

Austen Lund

5 years later and this was the first deep cut that popped in my mind remembering Scott. RIP

Jake Pederson

I agree

kate jones

Agreed. Problem was whole album was loaded, they put it as last song, and a very weird title.

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