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‘Regretting It is a song I wrote last year when I was feeling totally
overwhelmed. I struggle with understanding and coping with my emotions at the best of times, and I was making decisions that I knew were bad for me
and trying not to sink under the weight of it all.'
Swollen lips, left your mark.
I’ll remember it if you remember it.
Things move so quickly when I’m stuck thinking it’s slowly
Can’t get a grasp of time, but I still have you in mind.
I won’t regret it but I think you’ll forget it.
I’m small and insignificant but you know that.
I’ll wait around til I’ve run out of things to say.
I hope that that’s okay.
Too many emotions.
Can’t keep floating.
Sink in the end always think it’s the end.
I don’t know if I’ll be alright when things go back to normal and I’m on my own again.
A testament to the invisible yet omnipresent mark of the band on 20th century guitar music. Not even two versions of "End of the World" can tire out a pedestrian's curiosity in this Hall of Fame exhibit of songwriting and subculture. Matt DeMello (himself)