For What It's Worth

by Sundown Superhero

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You were not the first one And you won't be the last one To spend your love on pointless games with him I met you out on Second Street Where the sun and water meet With a cold one in my hand but not my heart His words, they first alluded me And I would never disagree The pain he caused, you could have listened from the start I couldn't save you from yourself When you turned into someone else The road you took to hell was never paved with good intentions You were something I was nothing Spending all your time surrounding Games, he played you Words that weren't true Spending all my time just being the fool Pretty girl, he said to you You know you've got me in the mood I'm standing here, his words, they make me want to puke You're the last one on his list Until he's done and gone with it I think it's best I go before I lose my shit I was not the first one And I won't be the last one To spend my love on pointless games with you
One more round, we might not see it coming But the bottom of my glass, it always breaks the fall From a dream, we turn this into something They say before you walk, you’ve gotta learn to crawl I’m calling You’re stalling We’re falling down Let’s get away from here Where the water’s clear And the sun sets in your eyes Where the music plays And there’s no yesterday And we live until we die Or we could risk it all, ignore the call Behind every single tear But it would be a bummer if we lose this Endless summer The days are long, but all the nights feel longer You were there from the start, but now you’re fading fast They all say that distance makes us stronger But the hardest part is when you get lost in the past The sun, it sets in your eyes
Hit Repeat 03:05
Her lips, they move as she speaks But her words get lost, can I hit repeat? Her eyes stare begging for more But she can’t speak up ‘cause she’s so insecure And I can’t help if you ask me To change the world, are you crazy? The love was lost on the floor And the memories leave us feeling bitter to the core You always miss the water when the well runs dry But the drought was sure in doubt those times he made you cry All those heroes wearing capes, they rarely save the day But I always hit the targets that you send me way We built this town made of paper Then burned it down a little later The past is gone, so they say And tomorrow’s never promised, but we’ve got today But I can’t give anymore, I can’t take anymore I don’t feel the way that I felt before Can’t run anymore, can’t hide anymore I don’t feel the way that I felt before Here’s a story about a girl, and a guy she knew Where they tried to make it work, but they didn’t know what to do You were never one to follow Through with all the things in front you Paint your life, a world of wonder Hold your breath, we’re going under Web of lies, could see right through you Close your eyes, your heart betrays you
Another Song 03:02
Is this gonna be another song Where we sing about the things that all went wrong? It was permanent fate When I made the mistake Of walking away from you There’s a moment in time When we pay for our crimes But there’s nothing we can do Is there any truth in what we’ve done? These questions that you’re asking me keep dragging on There’s a light in your eyes And it makes me feel alive There’s a shadow in the back part of the room There’s a wish on your lips And it’s where my feelings trip There’s a moment and I don’t know what to do I don’t know what to do
Feels like I’m 23 again This time, it’s a little different You took my heart away with you Defending every word I say But you took your shit and walked away I guess I’ve gotta face the truth That you’re gone I know what I did was wrong And I can’t take it back Even if I wanted to Safe to say My mind’s in disarray I know you’re never coming back, coming back I know you’re never coming back to me I’ve been trying to figure out Where I’m gonna go and what I’m gonna do I’ve been trying to find a way To make it out alive and start over anew You’re so damn hard to forget Can’t get you out of my head And I wish that I knew how to I’ve been trying to move along And readjust to life after you Feels like I’m 23 again This time, it’s a little different You took my heart away with you You blame me again, and I’ve had enough Don’t say a word, just fuck right off ‘Cause all that’s left is black and blue I tried my best I poured it out my chest You didn’t even know What to do with it Such a shame It had to end this way But I don’t want you coming back, coming back I never want you coming back to me How did 2 years of something Simply amount to nothing When underneath, we were just falling apart? Can’t build on a foundation Of mistrust and frustration I guess I knew that we were doomed from the start What am I gonna do now?
Long Nights 03:37
I can’t sleep tonight With the ghost of you calling out my name The voices in my head They always sound the same Like distant memories A better place where we both met The kind that feels so real but I know it’s not And that’s my worst regret The sky, I swear it was A strange but happy blue Then it poured on us, a horrid rain A sudden, stormy brew Like little talks we had With big ideas and so much hope Where we’d watch the sun and catch the surf And laugh at our own jokes But it might be too late now ‘Cause we’re on the road, we’re on the road And you’re moving on And I’m over here, dealing with these Long nights and short dances I forget how nice romance is I just wanna take you home I’m tired of these long nights and short dances Where I forget how nice romance is I just wanna take you home


"For What It's Worth" is the second studio EP by Sundown Superhero.
Despite keeping with their vibrant and upbeat sound, the band addresses more mature themes in the lyrical content of their sophomore release. With the EP's feature single, "Endless Summer", Sundown Superhero brings early 2000's nostalgia back to your sunny days.


released May 17, 2019

Music and lyrics by Emile Sabga, Craig Haniff and Philip Norville.
Recorded at Pavilion Studios (Hastings, Barbados).
Produced by Jordon Silva of Clear Mix Studio (Los Angeles, California).

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Sundown Superhero Bridgetown, Barbados

Sundown Superhero is a pop/punk band reigning from the small Caribbean island of Barbados.

Having been involved with multiple groups in the local music scene throughout the 2000s and 2010s, Sundown Superhero was originally founded by Emile Sabga (guitar & vocals), Craig Haniff (bass & vocals), and Philip Norville (drums) in an effort to return to their roots in skate/surf and punk rock culture.
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