"Dead Wrong" as written by Dewey Bunnell and Brent Rademaker....
Lived in the city on a street on a street with no name
It felt good to be out in the rain
In the city I can't remember my name
In this city I can't remember my name

Do you pretend to be asleep?
When she's awake
Do you remember how we laughed?
Do you remember anything?

Now everybody doing everybody wrong
And everybody singing everybody elses song
And everybody thinks that there in love

They're dead wrong
They're dead wrong
When I was young I caught a glimpse

A shadow in the dark
Started a war with a kiss
Stared a forest fire with a spark

Now everybody's ding everybody wrong
And everybody singing everybody else's song
And everybody thinks that there in love
But they're dead wrong

They're dead wrong
They're dead wrong
They're dead wrong
They're dead wrong
They're dead wrong

They're dead wrong on
They're dead wrong on
Dead dead wrong on
Dead dead wrong on

There dead wrong aong
There dead wrong ong
They're dead wrong

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"Dead Wrong" as written by Dewey Bunnell Brent Rademaker

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    General CommentI used to hear this song three times a week ... i cant believe they've gone that far in music. Like every indie music lover is hard to see your favorite band being sold out. That song is about that... not being transformed by mayority, by the entropy of the world. "i started a war with a kiss"... Hippy touches also. Great great great song.
    MeaningLezzon August 24, 2006   Link

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