Hurts To Know

Turn Of The Screw, 1208

Contributors
Vocals: Alex
Guitar: Neshawn
Bass: Bryan
Drums: Manny
Lyrics

You're always talking about everyone
Of all their problems and what they have done
You think they listen to you
You're so easy to see through

The big decision is who to impress
Hiding the fact that your life is a mess
You lie to yourself and deny
For fear of what's inside

Not a reason
To believe in

It hurts to know that it's all show
You're more important than we could know
For what you've got in mind
Who could ever be worth your time?

It hurts to know
It hurts to know

Every possession that you'll ever need
All of your visions been blinded by greed
No one can offer enough
You say you've had it rough

Ask me for favors and not an apology
For sick intentions that people don't want to see
Only looking for more
What are you living for?

Not a reason to believe in

It hurts to know that it's all show
You're more important than we could know
For what you've got in mind
Who could ever be worth your time?

It hurts to know that it's all show
You're more important than we could know
For what you've got in mind
Who could ever be worth your time?

Let it go

It's been so long since you admitted you're wrong
Did you forget you're human? But the need to belong
Just keeps on bringing you back, are you avoiding the fact
That I won't be coming home?

It hurts to know that it's all show
You're more important than we could know
For what you've got in mind
Who could ever be worth your time?

It hurts to know
It hurts to know

Artist Bio

1208

1208

In a scene increasingly littered with mallpunk junk, California's 1208 is a rock & roll life raft. Pumping out music with an edge and an intensity sorely lacking in the genre these days, this South Bay-reared quartet effortlessly teeters between melody and mayhem on its exhilarating second album, Turn Of The Screw.

1208, formed in 1995 and named for the apartment number the group first shared, plays punk like it's the only thing that matters in the world. Just check the apropos anthem "Next Big Thing," which scoffs at the corporate-merger music world's sinister, 'sign 'em and drop 'em' ways; "Time To Remember," where power pop and punk fuse with ...

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