Who Sang Seventeen? Jimmy Eat World

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Some other versions of "Seventeen"
Credits
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: James Christopher Adkins, Richard E Burch, Thomas Darrell Linton, Zachary Michel Lind
release date: 1996-7-23
genres: Rock
styles: Alternative Rock/Emo
length: 3:34
Hung up here on a web of comfort.
Taking off with nowhere to go.
Standing tall with but your new cloak armor.
Making out like it's all been done.

It's harder than it seems.
You slip but never fall.
They'll take you, when you won't come back to me.
Tearing down what we built up so well.

Layin' low as you came my way.
Look alive with your head on backwards, goin off when
There's nothin' wrong.
It's only in your dreams, but it felt like it was real.

They'll take you, when you won't come back to me.
Hang loose, my friend don't walk away from me,
Because i really think you're cool.
Is it worth turning back despite these open hands?

You're tearing me apart.
They'll take you, when you won't come back to me.
(you need to find yourself).



Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Thinking, That’s All
  • 2 Rockstar
  • 3 Claire
  • 4 Call It in the Air
  • 5 Seventeen
  • 6 Episode IV
  • 7 Digits
  • 8 Caveman
  • 9 World Is Static
  • 10 In the Same Room
  • 11 Robot Factory
  • 12 Anderson Mesa

  • Album Information
    label: Capitol Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 724383240425
    script: Latin