"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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    My InterpretationMost people tend to say this song is about a failed relationship. Personally I think it's about falling for someone. The person in the song wants to make a move on the other because the time they spend together is always very repetitive. The person can't speak and are at a loss for words because saying, "I love you," isn't enough to describe how much the person in the song wants the other one.
    SouthParkGirlon November 27, 2013   Link

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