lyric from House “Comes down to the way you wrestle with things I just put down” Episode Babies and Bathwater

Question by Tru: lyric from House “Comes down to the way you wrestle with things I just put down” Episode Babies and Bathwater

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Answer by Hamish
Here are the songs from that episode.

Babies & Bathwater – 04/19/05
Happiness : Grant Lee Buffalo Nevermind me ’cause I’ve been dead
Out of my body been out of my head
Nevermind the songs they hum
Don’t want to sing along
There’s nothin’ that I said

That’ll bring you happiness happiness
Is hard to come by I confess
I’m bad at this thing happiness
If you find it share it with the rest of us

Nevermind the words that came
Out of my mouth when all that I could feel was pain
The difference in the two of us
Comes down to the way
You rise over things I just put down

That’ll bring you happiness happiness
Is hard to come by I confess
I’m bad at this thing happiness
If you find it share it with the rest of us
Rest of us

Ooh ooh ooh

Nevermind me ’cause I’ve been dead
Out of my body been out of my head
Nevermind the curse I wore
Proud like a badge
Till it just don’t shine no more

That’ll bring you happiness happiness
Is hard to come by I confess
I’m bad at this thing happiness
If you find it share it with the rest of us
Rest of us
Teardrop : Massive Attack
Nevermind me ’cause I’ve been dead
Out of my body been out of my head
Nevermind the songs they hum
Don’t want to sing along
There’s nothin’ that I said

That’ll bring you happiness happiness
Is hard to come by I confess
I’m bad at this thing happiness
If you find it share it with the rest of us

Nevermind the words that came
Out of my mouth when all that I could feel was pain
The difference in the two of us
Comes down to the way
You rise over things I just put down

That’ll bring you happiness happiness
Is hard to come by I confess
I’m bad at this thing happiness
If you find it share it with the rest of us
Rest of us

Ooh ooh ooh

Nevermind me ’cause I’ve been dead
Out of my body been out of my head
Nevermind the curse I wore
Proud like a badge
Till it just don’t shine no more

That’ll bring you happiness happiness
Is hard to come by I confess
I’m bad at this thing happiness
If you find it share it with the rest of us
Rest of us

Teardrop – Massive Attack

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