Song: Never Connected Bass

Band: Union 13
Composed By: José Mercado, Union 13

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																				Band:Union13
Song:Never connected
From:Why are we destroying ourselves
Tabbed by:Punky Jerk(Punky_jerk@hotmail.com)

Intro
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D:000000000000000000-----------|
A:-------------------1111-3333-|
E:-----------------------------|

Verse
G:--------------------|
D:--------------------|
A:55-3-55-3-1111-3333-|
E:--------------------|



    

chorus
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D:----------------------------------------------------------|
A:000-3-1--5--3-0-1-3-1-0-000-3-1-(11111-3333-5555-000-3-1)

View Just Lyrics...

People, they are everywhere
Why is it I can't connect with people?
They never understand me
Sometimes I feel so different
Or crazy 'cause I just can't seem to fit in
I want to escape this life of taxes,
Rules, false freedoms

I'll lay down and die
Not saying good-bye
I'll lay down and die
It all will go on without me
I'll lay down and die

(I never connected)

Why should I go on?
I feel so insignificant
At this point in time I don't belong
I can't make nothing of myself
I can't catch a break anywhere
I seek advancement i don't know what to do
I'm hopeless
I've made my judgement

I'll lay down and die
Not saying goodbye
I'll lay down and die
Not saying goodbye
It all will go on without me
I'll lay down and die

I never connected as a human being

View Albums that This Song Appears On...

  • Punk-O-Rama, Vol. 3

    Genre: Pop/Rock Label: Epitaph Song Duration on Album: 2:01 Album Duration: 01:03:03

    Release Date: June 30, 1998

    Moods: Boisterous, Brash, Crunchy, Cynical/Sarcastic, Earnest, Irreverent, Lively, Rambunctious, Rollicking, Swaggering, Tense/Anxious, Urgent, Volatile, Wry, Aggressive, Angst-Ridden, Confrontational, Energetic, Exuberant, Fiery, Freewheeling, Fun, Outraged, Passionate, Raucous, Rebellious, Reckless, Rousing, Rowdy, Sleazy, Street-Smart

    Styles: Alternative/Indie Rock, Punk Revival, Alternative Pop/Rock, American Underground, Hardcore Punk, Indie Rock, Punk, Punk/New Wave, Punk-Pop, Ska-Punk

  • Why Are We Destroying Ourselves?

    Genre: Pop/Rock Label: Epitaph Song Duration on Album: 2:01 Album Duration: 32:07

    Release Date: October 20, 1998

    Styles: Alternative/Indie Rock, Punk, Punk Revival, Punk/New Wave

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