(Ooh) Somewhere now [Outro] All grown up and medicated I found my soul under the sofa pillows. I … I'm like a drone way up in the sky I'm high on cellular waves Werbefrei streamen oder als CD und MP3 kaufen bei Amazon.de. Ain't what it used to be Start the wiki, I'm running late to somewhere nowI don't want to beWhere the future and promises ain't what it used to beI never wanted to compromise and bargain…. I never know what to do when it’s, like, you and you’re alone with yourself.”, “favorite beginning of a record [they]’ve ever had.”. Green Day - Somewhere Now Lyrics. I put the "riot" in patriot Songfacts®: The opening track of Revolution Radio, this Americana-affected folk song was one of the first tunes written for the album, alongside "Bang Bang." I got a seat in the middle of the road This is solely for entertainment purposes only. I'm running late to somewhere now Somewhere Now deutsche Übersetzung. Some user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Javascript is required to view shouts on this page. And we all die in threes Somewhere Now MP3 Song by Green Day from the album Revolution Radio. Somewhere Now Original Songtext. This is track #1 off GREEN DAY's new album "Revolution Radio". Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. I put the "riot" in patriot [Chorus] A new catastrophe I'm running late to somewhere now I don't want to be Where the future and promises ain't what it used to be I never wanted to compromise and bargain with my soul How did life on the wild side ever get so dull? Übersetzung nach: FI EL. “It’s my favorite beginning of a record that we’ve ever had,” he says. I shop online so I can vote In 2012 Billie Joe Armstrong entered rehab for a prescription-pill addiction, after a very public meltdown. Learn the full song lyrics at MetroLyrics. Musically, its closest resemblance may be with “21st Century Breakdown,” from their homonymous record released in 2009, an album also heavily influenced by The Who. Or bargain with my soul How did a life on the wild side No copyright infringement intended. I'm running late to somewhere now I don't want to be Where the future and promises ain't what it used to be I never wanted to compromise and bargain with my soul How did life on the wild side ever get so dull? Get the Sheet Music License This Song lyrics. Go directly to shout page. Now, you have to sort of learn how to breathe a little bit more. Where the future and promises (Ooh) Somewhere now Somewhere Now by Green Day song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position I'm gonna take my time Den Song "Somewhere Now" jetzt als kostenloses Video ansehen. Do you know any background info about this track? Under the sofa pillows And we all die in threes Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. The irony may be seen also in the discordance between the epicness of the musical arrangements and the dull life the lyrics are describing. However, Billie Joe addresses it this time by using irony: Hallelujah! [Verse 2] All grown up and medicated (Ooh) Somewhere now I'm running late to somewhere now I don't want to be Where the future and promises ain't what it used to be I never wanted to compromise and bargain with my soul How did life on the wild side ever get so dull? Ever get so dull? There's a soldier that's freaking out Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. All we want is money and guns Außerdem: Mehr Infos zu Green Day und dem Album "Revolution Radio" The album opener alternates between dreamy, almost Guided by Voices–like acoustic interludes and Who-style anthemic bursts – Tre Cool thinks he did his best drumming ever on it. Scrobbling is when Last.fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. Ich renne spät irgendwo hin jetzt Ich möchte nicht sein Wo die Zukunft und Versprechen nicht das sind was sie sein sollten Ich wollte nicht Kompromisse eingehen und handeln mit meiner … [Verse 1] Hallelujah, I found my soul It's a small price we pay Billie Joe Armstrong calls the first line – “I’m running late to somewhere now that I don’t want to be” – one of his all-time favorites. I have never been good at boredom. Leave feedback.