"I've Seen Enough" as written by and Nathan Willett Matthew Maust....
How's it going to feel when summer ends?
Out of money, out of friends

I've seen enough
Of nothing news
The blacker stain on history
Or last laugh blues
Not gonna fight
Not gonna cry
Not gonna shop around for one flag to fly

Ive seen enough
Inventor's age
I've cover up my face
Brown beaten shame
I've got the itch
I feel the sting
Like fallen in to the deepest sleep
Telephone rings

How's it going to feel when summer ends?
Out of money, out of friends
How's it going to feel when summer ends?
Out of money, out of friends

I've seen enough
The angry mob
Yeah they were unison da-da-da
They can't be stopped
Sitting at home, making plans
Don't wanna be another silly set of, accident hands.

How's it going to feel when summer ends?
Out of money, out of friends
How's it going to feel when summer ends?
Out of money, out of friends


Lyrics submitted by life_aint_chess

"I've Seen Enough" as written by Matthew Cole Aveiro Jonathan Bo Russell

Lyrics © Downtown Music Publishing

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    General Commentwhen I heard this song I though Imediatly that it was about the occupation of Iraq. with the referneces to a flag and nothing news. The Us is running out of money and friends whom will continue to support them.
    pinkblitzon August 03, 2009   Link
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    General CommentPlease get the lyrics correct b4 you post them!


    It is "how's it gonna feel when summer ends, out of money, out of friends I've seen enough of nothing news the blackest stain on history or last laugh blues not gonna fight not gonna cry not gonna shop around for one flag to fly. I've seen enough inventors age I've covered up my face browbeaten shame I've got the itch I feel the sting like falling in to the deepest sleep and telephone rings Ive seen enough the angry mob yelling in unison da da da they can't be stopped sitting at home making plans don't want to be another silly set of accident hands"

    So quit posting lyrics that are not correct, it makes a site like song meanings very useless if you add the wrong lyrics!
    kmatayaon September 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI am too honest. But has anybody ever heard of Bon Iver- artist from Wisconson- great music. There is a song called Skinny Love and one of the lyrics mentions rope burn.

    Well I work in these wind towers and I was lowering equipment by rope. Well the load started to get away from me and this rope burned my hands.

    There is no accounting for this. There is no accounting for 'accident hands either. Or this song. Definately not out of friends or money but damn I feel some blowbeaten shame for peeing and missing the toilet.
    OliverJameson September 28, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthat's why the option EDIT exists!!!

    i always correct my posts so do fuck off
    life_aint_chesson September 30, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song is oh so good.

    what I get from this song, it's
    that you're at a crossroads,
    all the good times are ending.
    what to do next...
    MuisicallyJennyon December 06, 2008   Link
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    General Commentbest song on the album.
    mydarkblueheavenon March 21, 2009   Link
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    My OpinionFor some reason, this song reminds me of the story of Emmitt Till...

    "The blacker stain on history"
    he was black, and the "stain" is that he will be remembered by the people who saw him lynched, or heard about it. A stain can't be removed, and neither can what happened to Emmitt.

    "The angry mob
    Yeah they were unison da-da-da
    They can't be stopped"
    that's the people that had him lynched perhaps?

    It's probably not the meaning of the song, Emmitts story, but it does match pretty well I think...


    sillygrapefruiton May 29, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt's 'the blackest stain on history.' a minor change, but I thought I would point it out.
    littleghost3on December 17, 2009   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionI'm pretty sure that line is actually:

    yelling in unison "die! die! die!"

    It makes way more sense than "da da da". I think the singer's voice just distorts it a bit so that it's hard to make out.
    barstr7on March 12, 2011   Link

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