"Failure" as written by and Laura Beatrice Marling....
Are you ready to rock n roll
Are you ready to fill my soul

All those years I try not to remember
Singin Stevie tunes in the schoolyard
The nuns would whip their sticks and
Try to make me remember
That a whie boy shouldn't have to sing so hard

When I sang those songs the penguins said
Keep down the noise
And you're never gonna make it as a choir boy

Thank god for failure
And the things I couldn't do
So much of my life
It's all I ever knew
Thank you for failure
And the mighty music
For making the dreams that chose me
Come true

Schoolin's done now it's time to play it serious
Forget about dreams forget about being a dude
Study business real-estate and warfare history
And just how to smile when you are being screwed
Then I bombed the test and I did the best that I can
So I finally cut my mullet and I joined a band

chorus

Are you ready to rock and roll
Are you ready to fill my soul

Thank you failure
For all those things I could not do
So much of my life
It's all I ever knew
Thank you failure for the mighty music
Change is in my heart
You know the dreams that chose me
You made the dreams that chose me
Come true

All you did to mold this kid
You filled my heart you blew my lid
Oh you make me feel so good
Ya gimme good home cookin and gravy too
Ya gotta hop the doggie
Taught me to hop the doggie
Everything's okay now


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"Failure" as written by Laura Beatrice Marling

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