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Title:
Gone And Done It Now
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Alternative Rock
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Now you could get a lot out of it, as much as gluttony'll allow. One day we'll look back & cry about it; there's nothing you can do about it now. You probably don't even know you want it; it's easier done than said. Don't worry your pretty little head about it. Go on, do what you do best instead. Oh, I've gone and done it now. (To get you freed. It's just too easy to laugh about it, such reliable reticence. Now did you ever consider that you yourself could be the beast that they warned you about? Of course you didn't. You're proud to pride yourself on everything you disavow. (Just like before. (You sure are sore. (You sure you don't want more?) Oh, I've gone and done it now. Gone and done it, gone and done it now. Teile diesen Songtext.

What Made Milwaukee Famous - Coal Miner's Slaughter 03:32. Album: Gone and Done It Now - Single. What Made Milwaukee Famous: best 2 tracks. What Made Milwaukee Famous - Coal Miner's Slaughter Gone and Done It Now - Single, 2012 03:32. What Made Milwaukee Famous - Leftovers You Can't Fall off the Floor, 2014 05:22. Artist: What Made Milwaukee Famous.

Текст песни: Now you could get a lot out of it, as much as gluttony’ll allow. One day we’ll look back & cry about it; there’s nothing you can do about it now. You probably don’t even know you want it; it’s easier done than said. Don’t worry your pretty little head about it. Oh, I’ve gone and done it now. (I tried to plant the see. It’s just too easy to laugh about it, such reliable reticence.

And neither will the B-side, Coal Miner's Slaughter. AND our video for Gone and Done It Now, directed by Mark Spacek (made with help from our Kickstarter supporters) is premiering today on Stereogum. AND we're finally headed back out for our first tour in four years! We'll be headed up through the Midwest this December and we can't wait

What Made Milwaukee Famous. Gone and Done It Now. Overview (current section).

The first video from What Made Milwaukee Famous' third LP "You Can't Fall Off The Floor" (January 2013). Directed by Mark Spacek. Produced by Mark Spacek, Joey Hood, and Michael Kingcaid. Written by Mark Spacek and Michael Kingcaid. Gone and Done It Now" written by Michael Kingcaid, Jason Davis. Vaudeville Mews in Des Moines, Iowa will be rockin' on March 23 with the sounds of What Made Milwaukee Famous. Everybody should do themselves a favor and be there. Bands of this quality don't roll into town everyday! 5 years назад.

It’s been four years since we last heard from Austin’s What Made Milwaukee Famous, but the band is set to release a new LP - tentatively titled You Can’t Fall Off The Floor - early next year. The band’s three original members, Michael Kingcaid, John Farmer, and Jason Davis, filled out their lineup with a cadre of Austin musicians, including Kelly Doyle (Robert Ellis) on lead guitar, Evan Jacobs (Tacks The Boy Disaster, Polyphonic Spree) on keys, and Cully Symington (Okkervil River, Cursive, Twilight Singers) on drums. What Made Milwaukee Famous - Gone and Done It Now 03:12. You Can't Fall off the Floor - What Made Milwaukee Famous. What Doesn't Kill Us - What Made Milwaukee Famous.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Gone And Done It Now
Written-By – J. Davis*, M. Kingcaid*
3:15
B Austerity
Written-By – J. Davis*, M. Kingcaid*, M. Harmeier*
2:46

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© & ℗ 2009 The Thanks We Get Publishing, The Brothers Davis Publishing, ASCAP and Mike Harmeier, BMI

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