Who Sang I Remember? Eddie Cochran

Eddie Cochran The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Jayceon Taylor, Jay Jenkins, Andre Lyon, Brian Pickens, Nayvadius Wilburn
release date: 1960
genres: Rock
styles: Rock & Roll/Rockabilly
length: 2:13
Your mother, you ****in ******
La da da, da da da, da da (repeated)
Aiyo, this next song is dedicated to the memory of Erik Shrody
Rest in peace, we ain't forget about you, you ****in homo
We still remember
There once was a man who liked to jump around (jump around)
But he got too old to jump up and down (up and down)
(so then what happened?)
So he put the mic down and picked the guitar up (picked the guitar up)
(and then he what?)
Started singin the blues like there no tomorrow (no tomorrow)
(come on) Left his boys in the house of pain (the house of pain)
It was the wisest decision he ever made (ever made)
But the dumbest thing he could ever do (could ever do)
Was try to buck a 380 on those who act shady
Tell me now what you gonna do (now what you gonna do)
Cause I remember all those years
How it was when you were here
I remember how it was, how it was when you were young
Yesterday was so long ago (long ago)
Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit came along now
Don't nobody want to hear your old *** sing no more
I remember back when you had The Knack (had the knack)
And i remember when you had your first heart attack (heart attack)
I was right there laughin when I heard the news (heard the news)
I just wish the cardiac would'a murdered you (would'a murdered you)
Maybe Ice-T's right, you are a ***** (you are a *****)
You come around when you're broke and you leave when you're rich
But the dumbest thing he could ever do (could ever do)
Was try to buck a 380 on those who act shady
Tell me now what you gonna do (now what you gonna do)
yo (yo) yo (yo) yo (yo)
Remember back in '94, like right before Ms. Everlast was Whitey Ford
Before his heart attack had him on life support
When house of pain was out of fame like someone doused the flame
And they became destined to never jump around again
Or even further back, when i first had heard The Knack
And you were down with Syndicate, I went to get your ****, man
I was into it
But then you went and took your style and switched the ****
Now you sound ridiculous you dickless piece of ****,
How could you diss me, *****?
I liked you, thought you was alright for a white dude,
Remember Sway and Tech when I came up and sat beside you
Started rhymin, then you left the room
and didn't say goodbye or nothin?
Like you was mad that someone else was
White and tried to rhyme or somethin
I'm sorry man, I wasn't tryin to steal your light or nothin
But you're a homosexual, white rappin Irish {********?}
Man I wish I was irish, I could be a {********?} too
Then I'd be confused as you, and I wouldn't know what to do
What's up with you?
I never ****ed with you, why would you **** with me?
Knowin I could rap circles around you, what, are you as nuts as me?
Plus I can sing better than you and I don't ****in sing
And probably play guitar better, and I ain't never touched a string
But I ain't mad at you, I'd hate me too if I was you
I'm what you used to be, **** you was me in '92
So everytime I write a lyric, I'mma think of you
And maybe that will help me know what it's like to sing the blues
You ****in punk, *****, you ****in ******, sissy, ****
And by the way, a 380's a ****in sissy gun
If you're gonna shoot somebody use a ****in real gun
You little *****
Next time say my ****in name in a song
Don't be subliminal about it
You want to ****in diss me, diss me you ****in ******
You ****in punk, *****, you ****in little *****, ****in*****

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 C'mon Everybody
  • 2 Three Steps to Heaven
  • 3 Cut Across Shorty
  • 4 Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie
  • 5 Pocketful of Hearts
  • 6 Hallelujah, I Love Her So
  • 7 Don't Ever Let Me Go
  • 8 Summertime Blues
  • 9 Teresa
  • 10 Somethin' Else
  • 11 Pretty Girl
  • 12 Teenage Heaven
  • 13 Boll Weevil Song
  • 14 I Remember

  • Album Information
    label: London Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin