Ben Folds Five - Song For The Dumped MP3
|2||Song For The Dumped|
Mixed By – Andy WallaceProducer, Recorded By – Ben Folds, Caleb Southern
|3||Theme From "Dr. Pyser"||2:03|
|664480 1||Ben Folds Five||Song For The Dumped (CD, Single)||550 Music||664480 1||Europe||1997|
|ESCA 6645||Ben Folds Five||Song For The Dumped (CD, Maxi)||Epic||ESCA 6645||Japan||1997|
|QDCA 93124||Ben Folds Five||Song For The Dumped (CD, Single, Promo)||Epic||QDCA 93124||Japan||1997|
|BSK 4852||Ben Folds Five||Song For The Dumped (CD, Single, Promo)||550 Music||BSK 4852||US||1998|
|SAMPCS 4291||Ben Folds Five||Song For The Dumped (CD, Single, Promo)||550 Music, Epic||SAMPCS 4291||Europe||1997|
- Mixed By – Caleb Southern (tracks: 2, 3)
- Recorded By – Leo Overtoom (tracks: 2, 3)
- Written-By – B. Folds (tracks: 1), D. Jessee (tracks: 1)
℗&©1997 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Manufactured by Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
Track 2 & 3 Recorded at LA 2, London, England November 26, 1996
Track 1 Taken from the Epic Release "Whatever and Ever Amen" ESCA 6642
- Barcode: 4 988010-664527
- Rights Society: JASRAC
- Other: ¥1.200
- Record Company – Epic/Sony Records
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Ben Folds Five's official music video for 'Song For The Dumped'. As featured on Whatever And Ever Amen. Song for the Dumped. Ben Folds Five. Darren Jessee, Ben for the Dumped - Ben Folds Five. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Текст песни: So you wanted To take a break Slow it down some And have some space. Army is an alternative rock song by the band Ben Folds Five from their 1999 album The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner. It reached number 28 on the charts in the UK. The song is extremely popular among fans of the band and even during the band's break up, the song was still almost always performed at Ben Folds' solo concerts. The song deals with indecision, independence, conflict, and freedom, and contains many memorable moments, including the opening line. Watch the video for Song for the Dumped from Ben Folds Five's Whatever and Ever Amen for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Play album. Whatever and Ever Amen. Ben Folds Five is a trio formed in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States in 1994, who until their breakup in 2000 were a mainstay of Piano rock. Much of their work was influenced by ja read more. Much of their work was influenced by jazz, evident in frequent improv-styled passages read more. Song For The Dumped. One, two, three, four. So you wanted to take a break Slow it down some and have some space Fuck you too. Give me my money back Give me my money back, you bitch I want my money back And don't forget And don't forget to give me back my black t-shirt. I wish I hadn't bought you dinner Right before you Dumped me on your front porch. Give me my money back Give me my money back, you bitch I want my money back And don't forget And don't forget to give me back my black t-shirt, hey hey. album: Whatever & Ever Amen 1997. One Angry Dwarf and 200 Solemn Faces. Selfless, Cold, and Composed. Song for the Dumped is a breakup song. The singer rants in an honest and explicit way about the girl who just dumped him. The simplicity of his anger makes the song powerful. He just wants his money back. The argument was removed from some pressings of the album, although it seems to appear on current CD and digital releases. In 1999, Folds said: The talking before Song for the Dumped was a painfully documented real argument that kept bringing up bad feelings. We decided to get rid of it and let the first pressings be collectors. Better to keep the band together. Ben Folds Five have a version of this song that they recorded in Japanese. More songs from Ben Folds Five. More songs that were also recorded in other languages. More songs from 1997. Lyrics to Song For the Dumped. i want to buy the Whatever And Ever Amen album from Ben Folds Five, but i have to wait until Christmas to play it in full