"Regret" as written by Sergie Loobkoff, Jason Beebout and James E Brogan....
You never looked into their faces
All you saw there was another threat
You knew, you knew what you had to do
But you never tried, never heard about regret
You've never heard

But it seems to me that you don't know
What you want, why don't you let it go?

Three years to get off your chest
Best left forgotten nothing's left

But it seems to me that you don't know
What you want, why don't you let it go?

Never heard about regret
Never heard about regret
Never heard about regret

You never looked into their faces
All you saw there was another threat
You knew, you knew what you had to do
But you never tried

But it seems to me that you don't know
What you want, why don't you let it go?

Never heard about regret
Never heard about regret
Never heard about regret

Every time you cry
I wish that I could disappear and hide


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"Regret" as written by Jason Beebout James E Brogan

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    General Commenta song to someone who spent their life chasing a vague dream and now they've realized they don't know what they want and feel regret but can't put it into words
    Scrabbleon June 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt's mOre of a song of someone dOng nothing/running. He's not afraid of regret. He's never heard it. Regret seems to ve more for things you've done. And perhapse Change them, do them better. Can regret something you never do. You need the outcome regret. I relate to this song. My fears keep me from doing things. Knowing what I had to do but never tried. And jason just like many of our friends just says I'm done this. I rather hide.
    Mikeage54on May 11, 2012   Link

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