We'll find a way regardless
To make some sense out of this mess
Well it's a test but I believe
A kiss is all we need

All the above for being in love
Shouldn't that alone be enough?
Oh it's tough when love's a weed
It grows inside of me

Nothing's ever gonna stand in my
Nothing's ever gonna stand in my
Nothing's ever gonna stand in my way again

Waste the days, waste the nights
Try to downplay being uptight
Oh, you're right, but I believe
A kiss is all we need

Nothing's ever gonna stand in my
Nothing's ever gonna stand in my
Nothing's ever gonna stand in my way again

A watch that ticks is wrapped around my wrist
(Oh no)
I'm a bomb regardless
(Oh) I'm a bomb regardless
(Oh) I'm a bomb regardless
(Oh) I'm a bomb regardless
(Oh)

We'll find a way
We'll find a way
We'll find a way

Nothing's ever gonna stand in my
Nothing's ever gonna stand in my
Nothing's ever gonna stand in my way again

Nothing's ever gonna stand in my
Nothing's ever gonna stand in my
Nothing's ever gonna stand in my way again


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Nothing'severgonnastandinmyway (Again) Lyrics as written by Jeff Tweedy Jay Bennett

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    afrer a break up gettin back 2gether?

    thegirlmostlovelyon April 23, 2005   Link
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    how can anyone not luuuuuuv this song. I can be in any mood and this song will make me feel better. a kiss is all we need.

    chingchongluvon January 02, 2006   Link
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    In my opinion, the best song off of "Summerteeth"

    pumkinhedon April 01, 2006   Link
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    This is like one of those songs that you can dance to and be happy even if the worst things are happening. I love Wilco.

    laurengrc08on May 11, 2006   Link
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    This is a favorite of the strange angels who stopped in to make life interesting and complicated while looking for a way to make some sense out of this mess.
    And as we said—a kiss is all we need, so we have one. The nothing’s gonna stand in our way again seems like so much bullshit—seems like everything but the kitchen sink full of machine guns stands in the way and gee—isn’t even that sitting there? We smile. A kiss can be so very intriguing—especially this one and she loves the song. Better yet, she can sing it with true effervescence.

    sillybunnyon August 16, 2006   Link
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    this song sounds like college and sunshine and roadtrips to me. and i feel a little better every time i hear it :)

    newoceanon May 05, 2009   Link
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    This song is deserving of more comments.

    JimmieNeverDieson May 31, 2009   Link
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    This seems to be a song about someone struggling to love his partner, but at the same time, knowing he will mess up, and things wont ever be the same.

    It's about someone who wants to believe in redemption, yet does not think it possible.

    D33PPURPLEon July 02, 2009   Link
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    People need to stop saying 'off of' for songs that come FROM an album... It sounds really vulgar.

    This, however, is the diametric opposite of vulgar. From far away, one could even mistake it for a Beatles song. Which has its positive and negative connotations, of course.

    petrosbasileuson June 08, 2009   Link

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