The Apology

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lyrics

Baby I can't figure it out.
You know what you want,
and yet you still flaunt that attitude.

Nopony's impressed now.
It's just a mess now.
They've abandoned you

Maybe I won't figure it out
but baby don't let all your doubts,
take a hold of you.

Just make things right now
I think you know how,
and what you have to do

It's time to say you're sorry.
[Admit where things went wrong]
It's not about the glory.
[Although you still are strong]
It's time time to say you're sorry.
[Your shame won't be for long]
It's time to change the story.
[You know where you belong]

It's time to say you're sorry.
[Admit where things went wrong]
It's not about the glory.
[Although you still are strong]
It's time time to say you're sorry.
[Your shame won't be for long]
It's time to change the story.
[You know where you belong]

Baby I won't turn you down.
You know what I want, and
know that you're wrong and what to do.

Ponyville's distress, now:
it's in the past now,
so it's up to you.

Don't let this keep you down, cuz,
you know they'll be around to,
hear the truth from you.

It's time to look up, and
admit you messed up, and
begin your life anew.

It's time to say you're sorry.
[Admit where things went wrong]
It's not about the glory.
[Although you still are strong]
It's time time to say you're sorry.
[Your shame won't be for long]
It's time to change the story.
[You know where you belong]

It's time to say you're sorry.
[Admit where things went wrong]
It's not about the glory.
[Although you still are strong]
It's time time to say you're sorry.
[Your shame won't be for long]
It's time to change the story.
[You know where you belong]

credits

from The Fantasy, released October 25, 2013
Saxophone line played by Connor "Cyril" Pelkey.

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d.notive Minneapolis, Minnesota

A fresh face in the grassroots world of synthwave, Minneapolis-based producer d.notive is no stranger to innovative, fresh sounds. Lured by the lush, dynamic soundscapes of the 1980's, he presents a fully-formed aesthetic, borrowing heavily from the cinematic imagery of neo-noir, cast against a rich, illustrious background of classic synthesizers. ... more

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