"Redundant" as written by Billie Joe Armstrong, Frank E. Wright and Michael Pritchard....
We're living in repetition
Content in the same old shtick again
Now the routine's turning to contention
Like a production line going over and over and over
Roller coaster
Now I cannot speak, I lost my voice
I'm speechless and redundant
'Cause I love you's not enough
I'm lost for words

Choreographed and lack of passion
Prototypes of what we were
Went full circle 'til I'm nauseous
Taken for granted now
I waste it, faked it, ate it, now I hate it
'Cause I cannot speak, I lost my voice
I'm speechless and redundant
'Cause I love you's not enough
I'm lost for words

Now I cannot speak, I lost my voice
I'm speechless and redundant
'Cause I love you's not enough
I'm lost for words
Now I cannot speak, I lost my voice
I'm speechless and redundant
'Cause I love you's not enough
I'm lost for words


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"Redundant" as written by Frank E. Billie Joe Armstrong

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  • +1
    My OpinionSounds to me like it's the same old relationship, day in and day out. But nonetheless, at the end of the day, he still loves her to pieces.

    'Cause "I love you"'s not enough; I'm lost for words. - meaning that he still loves her so much he can't explain it, even though frankly he's a little bored with the routine.

    Or, that the so-called routine relationship is exactly what he's always wanted, and he makes it sound like it's boring although it makes him love her even more for having a relationship like that.
    hazgirl22on December 22, 2008   Link

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