"GfC" as written by and Albert Hammond Jr.....
Inside me
There's a sad machine
Want's to start moving
I disagree
For the things you do
You should stop doing

All the while
All the while

I want my frustrations
To know that
I've always done what
I was doing
You played a fool

Hold my hand
It's about to fall
All that is happenin'
Got what you wouldn't change
For me
If you had it coming

All the while
All the while

[Repeat}
I want my frustrations
To know that
I've always done what
I was doing
You played a fool


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"GFC" as written by Albert Jr Hammond

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    General CommentStoopidmonkey you're not the only one.
    G-F-C is the chord progression for the verse. (Emin-G-C-Amin is the chord progression for the chorus)

    Question: Knowing that Gmaj-Fmaj-Cmaj is the progression for the verse, why is the f lowercase? I originally assumed Fmin therefore little f. It most definitely is Fmaj though not minor.

    Any guesses? I'm stumped if it's a musical reference.

    Song aside, does anyone else feel that Albert Hammond, Jr. has infinitely more music potential than the Strokes ever had? Dude is awesome. I wish more people have heard his stuff.
    mytmouse4on May 26, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love this song

    Its amazing at what they can do with a guitar.
    bruhh44on July 10, 2008   Link
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    General CommentSeems like albert is frustrated about something. I would say a girl is cheating on him, or he likes a girl or possibly a friend who is on drugs and it frustrates him that he is doing it and hurting himself. Thats my guess.

    oh, and brilliant guitar riff, very very catchy.
    spartan789013on July 13, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Comment...what does GfC stand for?
    tifnzon September 14, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI was wondering the same thing, tifnz.
    girlofjulyon October 12, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentit stands for the song's chord progression XD
    drewlingoon January 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe title GfC comes from what Albert wanted to originally call the song. the name he had for the song was going to be Grandfather Clock, however because that title was too long he shortened it to GfC
    aries44on March 07, 2009   Link
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    General Comment^
    Am I the only one who grabbed their guitar and tried the chord progression idea?
    :(
    stoopidmunkeyon April 04, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningAlbert replied a tweet of someone who asked what GfC means saying that the working title for that song was Grandfather Clock, and then he changed it to GfC because it sounded cooler to him.
    missmyrtleon December 30, 2011   Link

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