"The Greatest Song I Ever Heard" as written by and Damian Kulash....
And we saw Cat Power
Singing hour after hour
Of a future that would never be

And I sank to the bottom
For a summer and an autumn
Trying to figure out it which was me

And she pinned me down to the Lady Parade groove
Waiting for the soul to stray
When I quieted down, I heard the sound
And that's the greatest song I ever heard
Yeah, that's the greatest song I ever heard

Now I saw Bob Dylan gone electric
Feeling Pete Seeger with his axe in the crowd
Maggie and the farm, never meant no harm
But the heart started beating too loud

And I caught a glimpse, of a feeling I had once
But let it all slip away with the pain
And I'm just playing, never stop playing
Cause that's the greatest song I ever heard, I ever heard, yeah
That's the greatest song I ever heard
That's the greatest song I ever heard
That's the greatest song I ever heard


We solved all the problems
With bigger problems, with bigger problems

We solved all the problems
With bigger problems, with bigger problems
The greatest song I ever heard
We solved all the problems
With bigger problems, with bigger problems
Is the greatest song I ever heard
We solved all the problems
With bigger problems, with bigger problems
The greatest song I ever heard


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"The Greatest Song I Ever Heard" as written by Damian Kulash

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