Beck - Lost Cause album download
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Produced by Nigel Godrich. Your sorry eyes cut through the bone They make it hard to leave you alone Leave you here wearing your wounds Waving your guns at somebody new. Baby you're a lost Baby you're a lost Baby you're a lost cause. There's too many people you used to know They see you coming they see you go They know your secrets and you know theirs This town is crazy; nobody cares
Your sorry eyes cut through the bone They make it hard to leave you alone Leave you here wearing your wounds Waving your guns at somebody new. Baby you're lost Baby you're lost Baby you're a lost cause. There's too many people you used to know They see you coming they see you go They know your secrets and you know theirs This town is crazy; nobody cares. I'm tired of fighting I'm tired of fighting Fighting for a lost cause
Sea Change is the eighth studio album by American musician Beck, released on September 24, 2002 by Geffen Records. Recorded over a two-month period in Los Angeles with producer Nigel Godrich, the album features themes of heartbreak and desolation, solitude, and loneliness. For the album, much of Beck's trademark recondite and ironic lyrics were replaced by simpler, more sincere lyrical content. He also eschewed the heavy sampling of his previous albums for live instrumentation.
Lost Cause is the fifth song by Beck from his fifth major-label studio album, Sea Change. It was released as a promo single. Two music videos were made for "Lost Cause", both being directed by Garth Jennings. The original video features an effigy of Beck falling from the sky. It was produced entirely in Adobe Photoshop. The second version just features the band playing the song. The song was featured prominently in the Ben Stiller movie, Along Came Polly. A version appears on the 2007 compilation album, The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show.
Lost Cause by Beck from the album Sea Change -. Beck seems to just pick at these chords with simple patterns and multiple guitars. Try leaving the bottom string open when playing with one guitar – it sounds nice. F) I’m tired of (G) fighting (F) I’m tired of (G) fighting (F) (G) Fighting for a lost (C) cause. A) There’s a (F) place where you are (C) going (A) You ain’t (F) never been (C) before (A) No-one (F) left to watch your (C) back now (pick down to an F base) (F) No-one standing at your (C) door (F) Ain’t that’s what you thought love was (C) for.
By Beck From the album: Sea Change. This song is from Beck's latest album, Sea Change, which is quite the rl-left-me album. I thought this song was awesome to have an ex- listen to. I have the guitar part all tabbed out (as per my own interpertation), and it should all be there. I have the song progression below and the lyrics, but if you have the album, you can just listen to it, and figure that part out for yourself
Lost Cause" as written by Thomas Allan Flowers, Douglas James Eldridge, Richard C. Ivanisevich and Fred Roger Jr. Nelson. I think this is what happened with Beck. Its hard to keep going when you give your all and you don't receive it back. Love is about equality but some people just don't understand that and you can't change them, no matter how much you fight for it.
Lost Cause" is the fifth song from Beck's fifth major-label studio album, Sea Change. It was also released as a promo single. MT. om described "Lost Cause" as "sparse and melancholy, driven by a folksy guitar passage and soft, sedated vocals and embellished with soft brush drumming. Beck has performed the song live many times. Beck - lead and backing vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion, banjo. Smokey Hormel - acoustic and electric guitars, percussion, backing vocals.