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Chris Cornell Doesn't Remind Me Lyrics

Last updated: 10/07/2012 08:34:41 AM

I walk the streets of Japan till I get lost
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything
With a graveyard tan carrying a cross
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything
I like studying faces in a parking lot
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything
I like driving backwards in the fog
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything

[Chorus]
The things that I've loved the things that I've lost
The things I've held sacred that I've dropped
I won't lie no more you can bet
I don't want to learn what I'll need to forget

I like gypsy moths and radio talk
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything
I like gospel music and canned applause
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything
I like colorful clothing in the sun
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything
I ilke hammering nails and speaking in tongues
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything

[Chorus]
The things that I've loved the things that I've lost
The things I've held sacred that I've dropped
I won't lie no more you can bet
I don't want to learn what I'll need

Bend and shape me
I love the way you are
Slow and sweetly
Like never before
Calm and sleeping
We won't stir up the past
So descretely
We won't look back

[Chorus]
The things that I've loved the things that I've lost
The things I've held sacred that I've dropped
I won't lie no more you can bet
I don't want to learn what I'll need

I like throwing my voice and breaking guitars
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything
I like playing in the sand what's mine is ours
If it doesn't remind me of anything


Producer : Rick Rubin
Music: Audioslave
Genre : Alternative rock, hard rock
Label : Interscope
Released : October 31, 2005
Writer(s) : Lyrics: Chris Cornell
Format : CD
Length : 4:15

"Doesn't Remind Me" is the third single from American hard rock band Audioslave's second album Out of Exile. It was released on May 24, 2005, in the United States, and was nominated for "Best Hard Rock Performance" at the 48th Grammy Awards. But lost to System Of A Down's "B.Y.O.B. From Wikipedia



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Fan-freaking-tastic | Reviewer: Scootie | 10/6/12

The title says it all. Fan freaking tastic. I love Chris Cornell's stuff pre-assimilation into the new age which he for some reason felt the need to try to bend and break his artistic stlye in order to fit into. Bravo, Chris, we'll all remember you as the artist you were, and not the sellout you've become.