• Artist: Case of the Mondays
  • Title: Regret
  • Genre: Ska, Rock - Alternative Rock
  • Mood: Aggressive/Edgy
  • Speed: Mixed
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Horns/Woodwinds/Brass, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 2/17/2010
  • Lyric themes: Denial, Pharmaceuticals, Self Destruction, Addiction, Despair Misery, Escapism
  • Lyrics:   I've got one refill left on my prescription. Thirty pills til' I have to confront this addiction. Wading through the haze of my sedation. I'm counting down to my inevitable rehabilitation. There's no incentive left, please you stop never rest. Would you just let me be? CHORUS: Here's to drinking your problems away. Saying fuck what they've got to say. Just let me live, the advice you give isn't worth a dime a dozen. Raise your glass lets toast denial. Take off your coat, I'll be a while. Trying my best to forget her but you can't regret what you don't remember. I take my gin with just a splash of tonic, two vicodins a valium and some chronic. And I can't swallow that things just got platonic. Cuz' now my heart and soul are all bionic. There's no incentive left. Please you stop never rest, you've gotta let me be.
  • Keywords: strong, powerful, aggressive, intense, rock, angry, Bass, Brass, Crunchy, Guitar
  • Ending type: End Button

About Case of the Mondays

Case of the Mondays

Moorestown, NJ United States

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Bands are a dime a dozen, that sad fact remains indisputable. Second only to talent, a lack of originality is all that stands to keep a good band from becoming great. And as ever-growing multitudes of future fans get to hear Case of the Mondays for the first time, the fact that THIS band’s got it all becomes more and more common knowledge. Case of the Mondays separate themselves from the norm by coating catchy ...

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