|A1||Should Have Known Better (Radio Mix)||5:10|
|A2||Should Have Known Better (Dub Mix)||6:00|
|B1||Should Have Known Better (Club Mix)||6:02|
|B2||Should Have Known Better (Accapella)||5:09|
|B-MX-1184||E'Lan||Should Have Known Better (12")||Grind||B-MX-1184||Spain||1989|
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Should Have Known Better" is a song by American singer-songwriter and t Sufjan Stevens. It is the second track and second single from his seventh studio album, Carrie & Lowell, and was released digitally on March 11, 2015 on Asthmatic Kitty.
Album Carrie & Lowell. Should Have Known Better Lyrics. I should have known better To see what I could see My black shroud Holding down my feelings A pillar for my enemies. I should have known better Nothing can be changed The past is still the past The bridge to nowhere I should have wrote a letter Explaining what I feel, that empty feeling. Don’t back down, concentrate on seeing The breakers in the bar, the neighbor’s greeting My brother had a daughter The beauty that she brings, illumination. The song features his signature acoustic guitar, gently sung vocals and very personal lyrics. In Should Have Known Better, Sufjan looks back at his initial reactions to his mother Carrie’s death, recognizing that he did not allow himself to properly grieve.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Warlock Records (catalog number WAR-030). This album was released in 1988 year. US. Format of the release is.
I should have known better Nothing can be changed The past is still the past The bridge to nowhere I should have wrote a letter Explaining what I feel, that empty feeling. Don't back down, concentrate on seeing The breakers in the bar, the neighbor's greeting My brother had a daughter The beauty that she brings, illumination. Sufjan didn't write a letter to his mom because he didn't want to burden her. He only wanted to be a relief. Such a sad sentiment repeated in various ways in other places on the album. his mom saying "did you get enough love, my little dove" on Fourth of July. The switch in the music half way through along with the more hopeful lyrics is so insanely beautiful.
I Should Have Known Better was performed in the film, and it appears on the soundtrack. I Should Have Known Better was released as a single in a number of continental European countries, including Norway, where it reached number one, and West Germany, where it reached number six. From The Usenet Guide to Beatles Recording Variations: mono 3 Mar 1964.
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