"and repeat" as written by and Jonathan Forrest Bates....
Oh man, I'm so tired
Of waiting, waiting for you
Why don't you make up your mind,
And stop fucking wasting my time?
You're just so amazingly cool
'Cause someone wrote a song about you
Oh please, can I shake your hand?
So I can grow up to be just like you

Oh no, what did I do?
What did I do to deserve you?
Oh now, what did I do?
Oh no, it's gone away,
It's gone away, but I want it to stay.
Oh no, what did I do?

You sure do talk a lot
About pretty little things you want to get done
I'd honestly slam my hand in a car door
To shut you up
Now please don't take any offense
You are who you are who you are
I guess I am a spoiled brat
But compared to you, I'd rather be that

Oh no, what did I do?
What did I do to deserve you?
Oh now, what did I do?
Oh no, it's gone away
It's gone away but I want it to stay
Oh no, what did I do?
Oh no, what did I do?
What did I do to deserve you?
Oh now, what did I do?


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"And Repeat" as written by Jonathan Forrest Bates

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General Commentso long story short, i just broke up with my boyfriend of a year. the general feeling was mutual, but i spent the conversation asking him to give it another chance, telling him i loved him and would do anything for him. he spent it pretty indifferently, saying that i'd have enough time to change, i wasn't worth the effort, and that he didn't want my depressing self around him or his happy friends. he sounds like an ass, yes, but he was right about me. the chorus in this song relates to me so much, and every time i hear it .. it just sucks. the end.
    somethingveryon August 28, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is sarcastic. this girl thinks she's the shit and she talks too much. he's going over their ended relationship remembering how cocky she was, how cool she thought she was.. "oh no what did i do to deserve you?"...sarcasm. i love the wit...
    milknapplson January 10, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is sarcastic. this girl thinks she's the shit and she talks too much. he's going over their ended relationship remembering how cocky she was, how cool she thought she was.. "oh no what did i do to deserve you?"...sarcasm. i love the wit...
    milknapplson January 10, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is sarcastic. this girl thinks she's the shit and she talks too much. he's going over their ended relationship remembering how cocky she was, how cool she thought she was.. "oh no what did i do to deserve you?"...sarcasm. i love the wit...
    milknapplson January 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHe said in an interview (and if you go to mellowdrone's website you can read it) that this song is about snobby record producers
    Eelsruleon January 16, 2006   Link
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    General Commentlol this song is def my fave mellowdrone. i love the cynicism in it.
    aisha_08on April 19, 2006   Link
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    General Commentcool, a sad song by mellowdrone,..nice to listen when he sings..."what did i do..."
    lathyruson June 28, 2006   Link
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    General Comment I think that this song is about a girl maybe not even a girl friend just a faux friend or an aqaintence who wants to be more and won't get the hint
    the line "oh no what I do to deserve you" could easily be sarcasm and probably is but he might be straight up saying what horrible thing in the past could I have done to make you chase me or for me to have even crossed paths with you
    basically this whole song seems to be about how much he hates this person and wishes he'd never met them.
    i can relate to this song the way I interpreted it,I have asked my self the same question over and over
    "oh no what did do to deserve this"
    ceceandthewhaleon September 24, 2009   Link

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