Seda can you hear me
Do you know my face
Perfect like a circle
Gone without a trace

So long I have known you
Marks upon your skin
I can picture everything
Can you picture this

Seda doesn't care
She just sits and stares
All the secrets bare for the world to see

Who will stand before you
If you don't say my name
Safe to say we will never know
We are both the same

I don't mind
I can always find you
Waiting there for me

Seda doesn't care
She just sits and stares
All her secrets bare for the world to see

Seda doesn't care
She just sits and stares
Seda doesn't care
She's just dyin' there
Seda doesn't care
She's just lyin' there
All the secrets bare for you and me

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Seda [Bonus Track] Lyrics as written by David Eric Grohl

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    General Comment

    To me, this song is about a girl I met at an amusement park. She was hot. I had some long talks with her... but I didn't catch her name or number. So I heard this song, and from now on I'm going to pretend her name was Seda. She was a bit Turkish looking, after all.

    This song is about all the opportunities I could have had with her.

    FierceDeity835on June 03, 2010   Link
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    General Comment

    Amazing song...

    Love the bass...

    just a quick questions, whats SEDA?

    replica26on December 08, 2007   Link
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    General Comment

    Well, I'm not sure if Foo Fighters mentioned it, but SEDA is a turkish female name.

    In my observations, I can safely say that most of them are kinda beautiful.

    Prypyaton January 07, 2009   Link
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    General Comment

    my name is seda and i'm turkish :)

    for the record it's extremely weird to hear your name in a song...especially if it's not that common

    sedaozon August 18, 2009   Link
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    General Comment

    The man knows a woman and loves her, but doesn't know her well, and wants to hear her secrets. Everything about her. And the man wants to share his secrets to her. The man doesn't want attention from others if he starts a relationship with her, so he holds back and is afraid to start a relationship.

    The man thinks he is the only one for her.. ''who will stand before you, if you don't say my name''

    llmiskallon May 29, 2011   Link

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