G.B.H. lyrics - A Fridge Too Far

See You Bleed

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You were there, when I needed a place to crash, I had no money, you gave me all your cash. You're my burning sun in my darkest hour, you're the problems I can't solve. Soaking up all your radiation, it's around you I revolve. You cleanse my soul when you mop my brow. Your sweet flesh is what I need .. I cut myself and see you bleed. For your love I have a greed, I cut myself and see you bleed (on the razors edge). It's dark and I'm desperate, I'm broke and I'm hungry. It's cold and I'm freezing, It's hot and I'm sweating. You don't get pity in a cut throat world, go and live in the city and find yourself a girl. Make sure she's pretty and you like her curves, but you don't pity in a cut throat world. You've picked me up every time I've fallen down, mended my bones when they've cracked .. without a sound. You balance my scales when they start to tip, if the level ever drops. Filling my head with point blank advice, pulling me back on top.

Beauty Vocabulary

AUSTIN JONES "We'll Fall Together"
Someone give me a dictionary, because my vocabulary just isn't enough, no it's not enough to tell this amazing girl the extent of her beauty. I needa take a step back and learn to relax. I can make this pretty girl fall for me if I keep my clever charm in tact. I never thought it was possible, loving beyond what I'm capable but somehow you broke my hearts mold and led me down that road. To the stop sign that said 'wake up and live life' enjoy the small things, we'll solve our problems in time. Telling you you're beautiful is the greatest understatement I've ever told. And I can hear people say 'oh no where did Austin Jones go? I see his face on a milk carton but he's not home' I'm sorry, but I just got lost in your eyes, again. Well, I'm sorry if that sounds lame but I can't get your green eyes out of my brain. I can feel your falling for me, I can see you're falling so gracefully. I never thought it was possible, loving beyond what I'm capable but somehow you broke my hearts mold and led me down that road. To the stop sign that said 'wake up and live life' enjoy the small things, we'll solve our problems in time. Telling you you're beautiful is the greatest understatement I've ever told. Yeah if you could hold my hand you'd be the best thing that's ever held my grasp and If you were by my side I would lose all track of reality and time So please be mine, oh, please be mine, So I can fall asleep in those eyes tonight We'll fall together Together in love We'll fall together Together in love Somebody hand me a dictionary Because my vocabulary just isn't enough No it's no enough, To tell this amazing girl the extent of her beauty. I never thought it was possible, loving beyond what I'm capable but somehow you broke my hearts mold and led me down that road. To the stop sign that said 'wake up and live life' enjoy the small things, we'll solve our problems in time. Telling you you're beautiful is the greatest understatement I've ever told. We'll fall together Together in live We'll fall together Together in love

Tennessee

JOHNNY CASH "Out Among The Stars"
Momma I guess you heard I got married Tennessee I got a blue eyed girl Who thinks the world of me We got a cabin in the country And a creek that rolls near by And a dog won't even bark at a firefly Our clothes lines hang just outside our back door And theres a tire that swings in the air 10 feet or more Theres a church I can't seem to find on Sunday morning But I sure found the place I belong in [Chorus:] And we wear blue jeans and big green things Spend the summer time naturally high By, chopping wood for next winters fire Saving our money for the county fair George Jones is supposed to be there We got, forty acres of corn on the ground Tennessee taters we sell by the pound Proud as we can be, to live in Tennessee Momma you and Dad gotta come stay with us sometime I know you'll love that sweet little gal of mine You and her could take about babies Make some homemade apple pie While me and Dad take a walk maybe talk about old times [Chorus]

The Poems

A.f.i.
We held hands on the last night on Earth Our mouths filled with dust We kissed in the fields and under trees Screaming like dogs and bleeding dark into the leaves It was empty on the edge of town but We knew everyone floated along the bottom of the river So we walked through the waste where the road curved into sea And the shattered seasons lay And the bitter smell of burning was on you like a disease In our cancer of passion you said Death is a midnight runner The sky had come crashing down like the news of an intimate suicide We picked up the shards and formed them into shapes of stars That wore like an antique wedding dress The echoes of the past broke the hearts of the unborn As the ferris wheel silently slowed to a stop The few insects skittered away in hopes of a better pastime I kissed you at the apex of the maelstrom and asked If you would accompany me in a quick fall But you made me realize my ticket wasn't good for two I rode alone You said The cinders are falling like snow There is poetry in despair and we sang with unrivaled beauty Bitter elegies of savagery and eloquence Of blue and grey Strange, we ran down desperate streets and carved our names In the flesh of the city The sun has stagnated somewhere beyond the rim of the hirizon And the darkness is a mystery of curves and lines Still, we lay under the emptiness and drifted slowly outward And somewhere in the wilderness we found salvation Scratched into the Earth like a message

Barbara Song

Faithfull Marianne
I once used to think in my innocent youth, (And I once was as innocent as you), That someone some day might come my way, And then I should know what's best to do. And if he'd got money, and seemed a nice chap, And his workday shirts were white as snow, And if he knew how to treat a girl with due respect, I'd have to tell him, No! That's where you must keep your head screwed on and insist on going slow. Sure the moon will shine throughout the night, Sure the boat is on the river tied up tight, That's as far as things can go. Oh, you can't lie back, you must stay cold at heart, Oh, you must not let your feelings show. Oh, the moment you feel it might start, Oh, then your only answer's, No! The first one that came was a man of Kent, And all that a man ought to be. The second one owned three ships down at Wopping, And the third was crazy about me. And as they'd got money, and all seemed nice chaps, And their workday shirts were white as snow, And as they knew how to treat a girl with due respect, Each time I told them, No! That's when I used to get my head screwed on and I chose to take it slow. Sure the moon could shine throughout the night, Sure the boat was on the river tied up tight, That's as far as things could go. Oh, you can't lie back, you must stay cold at heart, Oh, you must not let your feelings show. Oh, the moment you feel it might start, Oh, then your only answer's, No! But then one day, and the day was blue, Came a man who didn't ask at all. And he went and hung his hat on the nail of my little attic, And what happened, I can't recall. And as he'd got no money and was not a nice chap, And his Sunday shirts were not like snow, And as he'd no idea of treating a girl with due respect, I could not tell him, No! That's the day my head was not screwed on, and to hell with going slow! Oh, the moon could shine so clear and bright, Oh, the boat kept drifting downstream that night, That was how it simply had to go. Oh, you can't lie back, you must stay cold at heart, In the end you'll have to let your feelings show. Oh, the moment you know it might start, And there's no time for saying, No!

'03 Adolescence

J. COLE "2014 Forest Hills Drive"
I grew up, a fuckin' screw up Tie my shoe up, wish they was newer Damn, need somethin' newer In love with the baddest girl in the city, I wish I knew her I wish I won't so shy, I wish I was a bit more fly I wish that I, could tell her how I really feel inside That I'm the perfect nigga for her, but then maybe that's a lie She like a certain type of nigga, and it's clear I'm not that guy Ball player, star player, I'm just watchin' from the side On the bench, cause my lack of confidence won't let me fly I ain't grow up with my father, I ain't thinkin' bout that now Fast forward four years or so from now I'll probably cry When I realize what I missed, but as of now my eyes are dry Cause I'm tryna stay alive, In the city where too many niggas die Dreamin' quiet tryna dodge a suit and tie Who am I? Aye who am I? (Yeah) Things change, rearrange and so do I It ain't always for the better dawg I can't lie I get high cause the lows can be so cold I might bend a little bit but I don't fold One time for my mind and two for yours I got food for your thoughts to sooth your soul If you see my tears fall just let me be Move along, nothing to see I always did shit the hard way, my niggas *** slangin' in the hallway Burnt CD's and trees like this was broadway, Times Square Kept the dimes there in the locker Some Reggie Miller With more brown hairs than Chubacca Whispers that he got it for the low low Sell a, dime for a dub, them white boys ain't know no better Besides, what's twenty dollars to a nigga like that? He tell his pops he need some lunch and he gon' get it right back I peep game Got home snatched my mama keychain, took her whip The appeal, too ill to refrain I hit the boulevard pull up to my nigga front door His mama at home, she still let em' hit the blunt though I told her hello and sat with my nigga and laughed And talked about how we gon' smash all the bitches in class I complimented how I see him out here getting his cash, and just asked "What a nigga gotta do to get that? Put me on" He just laughed when he seen I was sure 17 years breathing his demeanor said more He told me, "Nigga you know how you sound right now? You won't my mans, I would think that you a clown right now Listen, you everything I wanna be that's why I fucks with you So how you looking up to me, when I look up to you You bout to go get a degree, I'ma be stuck with two choices Either graduate to weight or selling number two For what? A hundred bucks or two a week? Do you think that you would know what to do if you was me? I got, four brothers, one mother that don't love us If they ain't never want us why the fuck they never wore rubbers?" I felt ashamed to have ever complained about my lack of gear And thought about how far we done came From trailer park to a front yard with trees in the sky Thank you mama dry your eyes, there ain't no reason to cry You made a genius and I, ain't gon' take it for granted I ain't gon' settle for lesser, I ain't gon' take what they handed Nah I'm gon' take what they owe me and show you that I can fly And show ol' girl what she missing The illest nigga alive Aye who am I? Things change, rearrange and so do I (Aye who am I?) It ain't always for the better dawg I can't lie (Aye who am I?) I get high cause the lows can be so cold I might bend a little bit but I don't fold One time for my mind and two for yours I got food for your thoughts to sooth your soul If you see my tears fall just let me be Move along, nothing to see I never felt better

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