"She Holds A Grudge" as written by Cameron Thane Muncey and Nicholas John Cester....
She holds a grudge
Like no other woman
I ever met before
Yeah there are some tears
Then after, it's like a million years
Well she comes around
But I can't tell
If she let herself be held

I gotta do something, sometimes

In my life
I'm gonna say sorry
Before I die

When, I'm alone
Well I don't feel
I think too much
Well I don't know enough
No one's right all the time

I gotta do something, sometimes

In my life
I'm gonna say sorry before I die
Baby I'm sorry
So sorry
I apologize

Babe when I hold you
Then you will know
You're my woman

Believe me it is the only way
Don't leave me, hear what I say
Yeah carry me back home
Back home

For once
In my life
I'm sorry
I apologize
Babe please don't tell me
That all you see is black
And when I hold you
Then you will know
You're my woman

Lyrics submitted by libertineboy

"She Holds a Grudge" as written by Nicholas John Cester Cameron Thane Muncey

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    General Commentwhatch out for this one, cuz it's gonna be the new "look what you've done" haha jk, this song is on

    repeat every time it hits the playlist, it's like jelly! and the meaning is pretty obvious.

    chorus melody is great

    shaka rock rocks!

    kudos to jet!
    libertineboyon August 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentGreat way to finish Shaka Rock. Really a great ballad that many will probably be able to relate to. And it feels like it's going to grow on me a lot more.
    pnw13on August 25, 2009   Link
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    General Commentfrom triplej -
    Mark: We had one ballad this whole time -- we didn't really write any slow tunes. Cam didn't sing a song on the last record, but he sings this one, and does a great job, too. It was nice to hear a song where the story's about someone apologising to their girlfriend and admitting they're wrong.
    Cam: My girl was always like, "You never write a song about me," and then I write one called 'You Hold a Grudge'. But it ends sweetly. She's marrying me, so she must have forgiven me. She might stand me up at the altar.
    merritt15on August 28, 2009   Link

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