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Weezer - The World Has Turned and Left Me Here

The world has turned and left me here.
Just where I was before you appeared.
And in your place, an empty space.
Has filled the void behind my face.

I just made love with your sweet memory.
One thousand times in my head.
You said you loved it more than ever.
You said.
You remain, turned away, turning further every day....

The world has turned and left me here.
Just where I was before you appeared.
And in your place, an empty space.
Has filled the void behind my face.

I talked for hours to your wallet photograph,
And you just listened.
You laughed enchanted by my intellect.
Or maybe you didn't.

You remain, turned away, turning further every day....

The world has turned and left me here.
Just where I was before you appeared.
And in your place, an empty space.
Has filled the void behind my face.

You remain, turned away, turning further every day....

The world has turned and left me here.
Just where I was before you appeared.
And in your place, an empty space.
Has filled the void behind my face.

{in background during next rep: 'do you believe what I sing now... '}
The world has turned and left me here.
Just where I was before you appeared.
And in your place, an empty space.
Has filled the void behind my...

Do you believe what I sing now?
Do you believe what I sing now?
Do you believe... It?

In an interview with Billboard on the 25th anniversary of The Blue Album, Billboard mentioned how Rivers Cuomo offered that “No One Else” and “The World Has Turned and Left Me Here” are two sides of the same coin; the first is the sound of someone showing his ugly possessiveness over a girl, and the second is “the same asshole wondering why she’s gone.” Patrick Wilson shares his view on the song after that statement: "I’ve never thought about that, but that’s totally fair. There’s a lot of pathos in Rivers' lyrics. He’s a sympathetic character, which I think allows him to push a little. That song was almost all me on the four-track. My idea was to have dense, thick, sludgy guitar, but with a sort of hip-hop beat. Ultimately, It sounds like a rock band, but it still came out cool."

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