Maps
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Lyrics


Pack up
I'm straight
Enough

Oh say, say, say
Oh say, say, say
Oh say, say, say
Oh say, say, say
Oh say, say, say
Wait, they don't love you like I love you
Wait, they don't love you like I love you
Maps
Wait, they don't love you like I love you

Made off
Don't stray
Well, my kind's your kind
I'll stay the same
Pack up
Don't stray

Oh say, say, say
Oh say, say, say

Wait, they don't love you like I love you
Wait, they don't love you like I love you
Maps
Wait, they don't love you like I love you

Wait, they don't love you like I love you
Maps
Wait, they don't love you like I love you

Wait, they don't love you like I love you
Wait, they don't love you like I love you
Maps
Wait, they don't love you like I love you

Wait, they don't love you like I love you
Maps
Wait, they don't love you like I love you

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Written by: Brian Chase, Karen Lee Orzolek, Nicholas Joseph Zinner

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Amanda Chadwick

15 years. Fif. Teen. Years.

I was 23 and loved this song.

Fifteen years have passed, and this melody endures in the playlist that makes up the soundtrack of my life. I loved a man then, and really thought that he would be the pinnacle, the last man I would fall in love with, the One who made every broken heart worth it, because he was everything that I “deserved” after a childhood of merciless bullying, a violent upbringing, terrible self esteem, and looking for a savior beneath many, many dirty sheets.

He really was the first man I became involved with, that treated me like a woman instead of a sock- and boy did I not know how to treat him in kind.

I earned that broken heart, and it took YEARS for me to process my experience and heal- from a LIFETIME of spiritual and psychological wounds.

The first time I heard this song after he left, my heart shattered.

But you wanna know something?

That was my emotional/spiritual rock bottom that resulted in me no longer being a victim. I finally stopped using my childhood to justify the person I had become.

Yes. All of that, from a song.

Music is powerful, friends. I’d do it all over again. Fifteen years later, and I married a man - and this time I am worthy of his love ❤️



All comments from YouTube:

Eymard Contreras Vivas

Era un 2003 y empezaba a sonar este temazo en Telehit. Mi época de bachillerato y de ser un joven con deseos de comerme el mundo. Si hay algo que tiene la música, es que te conecta con momentos en tu vida y que con el tiempo luego cuando escuchas de nuevo algún song, vuelven los recuerdos.

jgilmer

@Kilapan hey dude, me too!!

Kilapan

Venía a escribir lo mismo, no pudiste expresarlo mejor.
Yo descubrí esta banda cuando tenía como 14, por ahí por el 2008, fue de los primeros grupos que me puse a escuchar de adolescente, aunque sin llegar a ser fan. De hecho pasados unos años dejé de escucharlos y después hasta olvidé su existencia. Pero ahora veo estos videos y me entra una nostalgia brutal, vuelvo a ser el mismo chico de 14 que no sabía para donde iba pero tenía más energía y optimismo hacia la vida.

S

The nostalgia this song gives me almost physically HURTS. It immediately transports me back to the early 2000s.

EMH

@Queenie Burgers Our civilization peaked sometime in the '90s. The 1980s, 1990s, and into the late '00s weren't perfect by any stretch, but they were the best of times. I can't even relate to the current culture. It's like another universe.

Tones 43

A song can hurt you....don't listen

Queenie Burgers

@GearsToStreet you're right, thank you. You keep hanging in there too. Happy New Year!

GearsToStreet

@Queenie Burgers I say the same, graduated in 2006, they say never look back, but sometimes looking back feels comforting but also hurts to know you can't go back, I miss the 2000s just as much as you we have to hang in there.

Caleb suterone .teo'theevilones' Mclean

Same

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I A M

She is so charismatic and her voice is so powerful. The whole band is outstanding. I remember seeing them perform at Bonnaroo in 2009. I felt like Karen took the time to look into every single persons eyes. When it came my turn, it was a good 5 seconds, and I felt my soul leave my body.

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