Oh my god I fear I can’t be saved

These idle hands have slowly dug my grave

Every day is the same

Feels like I’m disintegrating

Back into the dust from which I came

So I got in my car and I drove and I drove

All night til’ I couldn’t stay awake

Went through Louisiana

As far as I went

Would never be quite from enough away

And I never wanna feel like I’m dying

Cause the time that you waste won’t come back

SO I took the park of me that I hated

And I tried to leave it in the past.

 You wake up, nothing, again

Old and broken, and tired

Go to sleep all alone

Wake up all alone

If I said that I cared I’d be lying.

You wake up, you’re nothing, tired, struggling

I just wanna try to be a better man before I fall

Trouble always finds me even when I’m hidden way down in the dirt

They say that we came from dust, into dust we will all return

Waiting for all of my demons to come take me home.




Nirvana - Blandest.

“‘Blandest’ didn’t come out very well. They opted to re-record it at a later time because the song was just not ready yet. They instructed me to record over this version, which we did. I never even kept a cassette of it myself so the bootleg copies of it that exist must have come from band members’ Rough Mix cassettes. When they were planning ‘Incesticide’ - Krist called me up and wanted to know if I remembered ‘Blandest’ and if there was a tape of it anywhere; I told him, “no, you guys told me to erase it!” Imagine how spooked I was when I later heard it on a bootleg tenth generation cassette tape.” - Jack Endino (Producer).