New Song from Songs to Wear Pants To – “I Don’t Really Mind”

Andrew Huang aka Songs to Wear Pants To is something of a musical enigma, choosing to manifest his creative energy in so many different styles and genres. His latest project is a song called “I Don’t Really Mind”, a pop-rock track with lyrics likely written to be purposefully catchy. Check out the quasi-MV below containing clips of him at various stages of the recording process. Purchasing options are below the video.

Purchase: iTunes, Bandcamp

“I Don’t Really Mind” written by Lance Campbell.
Commissioned by Keith Campbell.

Lyrics:

You say you need some time to talk to me
And I don’t really mind
No I don’t really mind
We need to work things out eventually
So I don’t really mind
No I don’t really mind
I understand you need to talk things through
But don’t expect me to talk back to you

I saw you out with him the other day
But I don’t really mind
No I don’t really mind
You two deserve each other anyway
So I don’t really mind
No I don’t really mind
And you are happy with him I can tell
I wish I didn’t know you both so well

So I’m gonna let you go
Since you’re already gone
There’s no one to hurt me now
But me

And even my darkest days
Are turning from black to gray
A slightly lighter shade of misery

So I don’t really mind
No I don’t really mind

Just want to let you know that I’m alright
And I don’t really mind
No I don’t really mind
And that I haven’t been alone at night
So I don’t really mind
No I don’t really mind
And this one knows the pain that I’ve been through
And this one hardly even looks like you

(Chorus)

Chords:

Intro
B Em/B Fdim/B Em/B

Verse
B F# G#m E x2
G#m F# C#m F# F#aug

Chorus
B F# G#m E
B D# G#m F# E Em

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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