"Sorry" as written by and Cliff Robert Martinez....
Well I'm sorry `bout the weather
And I'm sorry that the drive was much too far
Seems like everything is business
And we're sorry all the time

When we're home (All alone)
What is home? (On your own)
Home is home (All Alone)
Where we love the weather

Are you sorry that you love me?
Am I sorry I love you too?
Seems it doesn't make a difference
That we're sorry all the time

When we're home (All alone)
What is home? (On your own)
Home is home (All Alone)
Where we love the weather

All alone (What is home?)
On my own (What is home?)
All alone (Home is home)
And I love the weather


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"Sorry" as written by Cliff Robert Martinez

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    General CommentLets stop making apologies, and let things happen. The only true sense of home is inside you even if it is lonley sometimes.
    Roland Ripleyon March 08, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIn his book Black Postacards, Dean Wareham says that drummer Damon Krukowski wrote this one. I wonder if any other G500 songs were written by Damon or Naomi?

    Anyway, it's a beautiful song, which I know now is about the sad state of Dean's friendship with his bandmates, Damon and Naomi.
    leamancon March 31, 2010   Link
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    General CommentDamon on this song -

    Dean's attitude was horrendous at that point-- "I can't be bothered," was his catch phrase; he applied it to everything from lunch to overdubs. I even had to finish one of his lyrics for him; he'd run out of them and seemed to have stopped trying. All he had left was this line, "I'm sorry about your goldfish," and here we had this lovely tune already down on tape ["Sorry"], going to waste. I thought, well I know what I'm sorry about, so I wrote it on that theme and gave it to him.
    matt0009on May 12, 2010   Link

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