Weakening Walls (song)

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Muse song
Name Weakening Walls
Album/single -
Length 3:25
Alternative titles -
First live performance February 1994
Latest live performance Unknown
Recorded -
Writer/composer Matthew Bellamy
Producer -

Information

A punk-inspired early song that Muse (one time under the name of Rocket Baby Dolls) played during battle of the bands contests.[1] Matthew Bellamy mentions this song on the Origin of Symmetry interview promo.

In April 2009, a video of Muse playing Weakening Walls at a Battle of the Bands contest in Torquay in 1994 was uploaded on YouTube.[2]

Lyrics

Possibly inaccurate

Don't you hear prophecy

Can't tune out apathy That doesn't mean that you can't change

Drive down a one-way system But you can still choose the direction Wake up and realize

You've got to realize It's never to late to open your eyes And see the changes going on

Time to wipe tears away Trade away your future life for today Tonight it gets better

I I just can't stay Stay until tomorrow It's just too long for me To sit in sorrow I just can't stay Stay until tomorrow It's just too long for me

I I just can't stay Stay until tomorrow It's just too long for me To sit in sorrow I just can't stay Stay until tomorrow It's just too long

References

  1. (2001). [Interview disc Q&A]. Mushroom. Retrieved 2007-04-18. [verify]
  2. mikedunn69. (2009-04-15). [YouTube video]. Retrieved from youtube.com.

See also