It's too much to do on my own
My friends I need you now
I'm sorry that I wrecked that tour for us
Drugs, left me freaking out on the bus
Snapping into Slim Jims
Out to save some souls
If I can't do my job
My god, what am I even here for

[Chorus:]
I want to be back in the van
Where evil never wouldn't or couldn't or should ever understand
Back in the van
It's saving, with their outrageous grandstand

"Dude, I know you got your problems, we all do"

"I'm here with you man, we've been in this band forever, don't let it go man"

"Max I will sell you this xanax for five dollars
And we can go to the waffle house and talk about Anna"

'Cause if you want it
Then come and get it
We're all with you now
We're all with you now
'Cause if you think it
Then you can make it
We're all with you now
We're all with you

[Chorus]

Forever yours I am,
Like the ocean to the sand
Forever in debt to my band
Like I'm in the palm or your hand
Forever wondering why
Like a skeptic to the sky
Forever yours and yours and yours and yours
I am, goodbye

[Chorus]


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"Sorry, Dudes. My Bad." as written by Max Bemis

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  • +1
    General Commentthis is totally about the tour with Saves the Day in 2005 that they had to drop out of because max was having problems. Its soo cool to hear some closure.
    emoassnolanon October 25, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti love the breakdown of this song, especially the line "forever yours i am, like the ocean to the sand."
    after listening to the whole cd through, this song stuck out the most to me.
    i still can't figure out that one line but it cracks me up every time hahah.
    suchaxsuckeron October 27, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt DOESN'T say anna.

    "Max I will sell you this Xanax for five dollars.
    And we can go to the Waffle House
    And talk about ALIENS
    It'll be chronic!"
    MissAtrocityon September 23, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLOVE THIS SONG. chris conley is great.
    ____lavamonsteron October 24, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAnyone know the last bit of the 2nd spoken part? All I can get is "and we can go to the waffle house and talk about anna...." then idk the rest lol
    find my placeon October 25, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAnyone know the last bit of the 2nd spoken part? All I can get is "and we can go to the waffle house and talk about anna...." then idk the rest lol
    find my placeon October 25, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentits awesome how they threw Chris Conley from saves the day in there to do the whole "Cause if you want it then come and get it
    We're all with you now
    We're all with you now
    Cause if you're thinking that you can make it
    We're all with you now
    We're all with you now"
    musicfiend89on October 25, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love Chris' "cameo" in this.

    In response to soliciting_sympathy's comment, I think Max's apology was more than enough closure. He can say "sorry" more articulately than anyone on the planet, I think. And as for the waffle house part, there's definitely some mention of crack, but I can't entirely decipher what he's saying.

    (Hopefully I'm right, because if I'm totally off-base I'll feel like an idiot)
    UHmericanKitschon October 25, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"Max, I'll sell you this xanax for five dollars, and then we can go to the waffle house and talk about..." Hahaha, I love that part, wish i knew the rest of it.

    overall, great song, loving chris conley's part in it.
    jokerispokeron October 26, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's "We can go to the waffle house and talk about ... and it'll be cruuunk!"

    Atleast I think. Don't know what they're talking about at the waffle house though :O
    -cideon October 26, 2007   Link

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