Pete Yorn Lyrics


Pete Yorn became a pop artist the old fashioned way. He
played a song for an A&R guy and got signed to a major
record label.

The A&R guy was from Columbia Records, the label of such
legendary record men as John Hammond, Mitch Miller and
Clive Davis, and the song was “Life On A Food Chain.” It
became the first song on his debut album, “Music for the
Morning After.”

Yorn earned monster popularity when another song he wrote
was picked by the Farrelly brothers, known for their rather
bizarre movie-making, for their Jim Carrey film, More...




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Wrong lyrics. | Reviewer: Dylan S.
    ------ About the song Undercover performed by Pete Yorn

These are the same, wrong lyrics that are found all over the web. How could no one have fixed this yet?! Listen to the song. For one, "I could love you like the sister, But never had" doesn't even make sense - listen to the song to discover that Pete says "I," nothing even close to "but." If anyone could actually listen to this song and then post the lyrics (or let me do it), it would at least be not look like a 6 year old's interpretation.
Other than that - THIS SONG IS AWESOME!


who or what's to blame? | Reviewer: Davo
    ------ About the song Ever Fallen In Love performed by Pete Yorn

yeah, it happens all the time,... the line "Unless we find out who's to blame" is "what's to blame" unless your listerning to the Stiff Dylans cover. I saw the Buzzcocks live at Flood Zone in Richmond VA in 93. Love this song.


HOUSE AND KUTNER! | Reviewer: Pabaney
    ------ About the song Lose You performed by Pete Yorn

Just superb! I couldn't have gotten more emotional watching this episode and with this song in its like the perfect match...its sad but yet inspiring..its melodious but yet entrancing....i heart you Kutner! And Taub....u rocked with the crying! u made me (a stone heart) cry! wow! love it!


Amazing song | Reviewer: Ryan f
    ------ About the song Lose You performed by Pete Yorn

This song has touched me deeper than any song I've ever heard. It came on In the movie orange county when the kid made an attempt to drown himself I'n his backyard. The first thing I did was buy it on iTunes. Since than I've played it over 500 times, I can't get enough of it. I lean to it as an emotional aid to ease all my anger and sadness that I was going through. Summing this up, id say I love it!


Nice slice of life. | Reviewer: J.B.
    ------ About the song Ice Age performed by Pete Yorn

Supple. Melodic. Brilliant. Takes me back to the Murmur days of R.E.M., with a hint of what Nick Drake could have sounded like had he made music in a different day. Came to me through Pandora, by way of "Alexi Murdoch (check him out) Radio." At its end, a simple song with a lovely lyric that, though slightly pop-y, does resonate with me and my journey. Call me sentimental (I'll take the compliment) or whatever, certain songs just work. This is one.


Lucifer | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Lose You performed by Pete Yorn

It's one of those songs that stick to u...
i broke up wd my GF a month back. i loved her like hell.still do. so wn i went back to a place we usd to frequent, i was totally crushed by the weight of all those memories....i needed out, so i came back home, started the aforementioned episode and cried my heart out with Taub...the beauty of the music alwz kills me. it's the only thing i play wn m on my laptop... sometimes i sing along while walking or driving just to ease my pain...

and House is jst as famous in India as it is anywhr in the world...


Touching | Reviewer: leslie
    ------ About the song Lose You performed by Pete Yorn

This song is amazing and I immediately looked up the lyrics from the moment I heard it on the episode of House. While House is fictional, the whole suicide thing is true. Sometimes there aren't warning signs and it comes as a complete surprise and you're left wondering what the hell happened.


concept of Lose You | Reviewer: abba
    ------ About the song Lose You performed by Pete Yorn

whenever i listen this song, i find some new angle, and I keep thinking why these words, what is the main concept behind this song. Today i found a new meaning, that whatever you do with your loveones, people to whom you close but they always take you forgranted, they fight with you,they never shows happy face whatever you do with them and its somehow good to lose those for good. Sometimes they dontcare about us and they kick us even whatever we do with them because they kick us for good.


Losing You... I never want to lose this song.... | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Lose You performed by Pete Yorn

I can't think of a song in recent years that has touched me like this one has. I believe this episode was one of the best since the shows beginning,& I've watched it over & over on dvr. House is a one of a kind show that I hope will continue many more years. It's my favorite, & only gets better with each season.


Kutner | Reviewer: Farmer Tom
    ------ About the song Lose You performed by Pete Yorn

Yes, it was quite an episode, and I have to say it came out of the blue. From the second 13 found him, I thought it was murder-- until it became clear that it wasn't, and at that point I was pretty heartbroken.
It's fiction, sure, but fiction we can believe in, if that makes any sense. And mourning the death of a fictional character makes more sense than it would appear on the surface. There is sorrow in life, and the sorrow makes the rest seem brighter.
John Steinbeck once said that a novel was a wedge and that the larger the novel the bigger the wedge that the brain had to heal around, and that healing shapes the way we think and act. For those of us who have followed the ongoing novel that is House, the scar tissue around the man who was Kutner will make us better people.



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