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coming clean music
    coming clean
  • Dookie is the third studio album and the major label debut by the American punk rock band Green Day. It was released on February 1, 1994 through Reprise Records. It was the band's first collaboration with producer Rob Cavallo.
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  • A sound perceived as pleasingly harmonious
  • an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
  • any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"
  • The vocal or instrumental sound produced in this way
  • The art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion
  • musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"
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Coming Clean Sheet Music
Coming Clean Sheet Music
Digital Sheet Music of Coming Clean
Composed by: Billie Joe Armstrong; Tre Cool; Mike Dirnt
Performed by: Green Day
FHID:109021
First Line is Seventeen, and strung out on confusion Seventeen and coming clean for the first time. Now Mom and Dad will never understand what's happening to me.

Digital Sheet Music of Coming Clean
Composed by: Billie Joe Armstrong; Tre Cool; Mike Dirnt
Performed by: Green Day
FHID:109021
First Line is Seventeen, and strung out on confusion Seventeen and coming clean for the first time. Now Mom and Dad will never understand what's happening to me.

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Stanley
Stanley
Was walking down Hollywood Boulevard today, just east of Bronson, which isn't the starry storied patch of the old boulevard, but one which is Hollywood at its funkiest, dotted with lavendarias, liquor stores, massage parlors, tattoo parlors, taco stands and old decaying motels. I saw him across the street, and drawn to that mighty mohawk, I waited for him to cross and asked him if I could take his photo, and complimented him on his impressively vertical hair-do. He was blasting loud raucous punk-heavy metal music (which he told me, later, was the band Venom) on a boom-box. He said I could take his photo if I gave him some "beer money." When I offered a crinkled dollar bill, he accepted it with much delight, as if I had given him a small fortune. And then he dropped his calm, beer-thirsty demeanor to adopt a persona more in line with his mohawked image, and flipped me the proverbial bird on tattooed fingers, and grimaced and glowered and I got this.
clean sheets
clean sheets
Clean sheets mean a lot to a guy who sleeps on the floor I wanted your love, and a shelf in your dresser drawer you tucked me in, stopped my tossing and turning But I turned back the covers and saw those sheets are dirty Even though you'll never come clean you know it's true Those sheets are dirty And so are you The warmth of a bed to a guy who sleeps on the floor Was enough to perpetuate all the lies I heard before I want to hold you, I'll hold my pillow instead Cause my pillow will never lie or be with a stranger in my bed Where's the love I was looking for It's out the door I'm afraid to see you anymore so it's back on the floor Cause those sheets are dirty Woke up this morning alone on the floor Thinking about those clean sheets and the way it was before When I looked in the mirror, I saw your face and thought of the past But now I know how dirty you are, I took my fist and smashed the glass Those sheets are dirty Those sheets are dirty

coming clean music
coming clean music
Tell the Truth Until They Bleed: Coming Clean in the Dirty World of Blues and Rock 'n' Roll
A wild insider's ride with one of music's most notorious journalists. Here are 15 music profiles, guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat. Leiber & Stoller, the white fathers of R&B and rock and roll, who possess what is perhaps the last great untold story of the music biz. They created the American songbook of the '50s and '60s, led by Elvis, the Coasters, and the Drifters. Doc Pomus, the only white blues singer in America making records in the 1940s. Half of the hit songwriting team of Pomus-Shuman during the Brill Building era, Doc had the biggest heart in the music business. A sad, comic-tragic romance with the Ronettes' Ronnie Spector, dubbed an "oldie" once she left her teens.

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