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They're the ones that stay the same They can't see me but I'm still here [Bridge] They can't tell me who to be 'Cause I'm not what they see Yeah, the world is still sleepin' While I keep on dreamin' for me And their words are just whispers And lies that I'll never believe [Chorus 3] And I want a moment to be real Want to touch things I don't feel Wanna hold on, and feel I belong And how can you say I'll never change?
The GOO GOO DOLLS have become one of the most globally respected and influential forces in popular music history, selling more than 10 million albums since 1986.
But he confessed that he’s a different songwriter than he was 30 years ago.
Rzeznik had a strict Catholic upbringing in Buffalo's working-class East Side Polish neighborhood and attended Corpus Christi Grammar School.
Coinciding with their inspired move towards the rock infused pop melodies that define them, the Goos opted to have Rzeznik handle the primary vocals rather than animated bassist Robby Takac. An incredible run of 14 consecutive Top 10 multi-format hit songs, including "Name," “Slide,” “Black Balloon” and the “all-everything” song that boosted them to superstardom, “Iris”.
Not too shabby for three guys that got together “for no better reason than to kill time, make some music, and hopefully get a few free beers from the clubs where they were lucky enough to get a gig.” The Goo’s insightful songwriter Rzeznik took the time to chat with AXS recently about the band's career and their latest Top 10 album, 2013's , as the band prepared for their upcoming summer tour kicking off June 7 in Pittsburgh.
All you’ve got to do is take a walk down a street in New York City and you find yourself being inspired.
Or read a story about something, read a book.” As evidenced by the bands’ endless list of hits, Rzeznik has learned his lessons well.