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Honors - Pain (Official Music Video)

Watch the official music video for the song "Pain" by Honors.

When we wrote this guitar part, it felt so dark we almost didn't like playing it...but every time we performed it at a show it felt like our demons were exorcised - it made everyone GO OFF!

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One at a time I’m watching them fall apart.
Give me a sign and point it right at my heart.
Cause I’ve lost my views.
My views.
Feelings of doom I used to consume for you.
For you.

This world is so mad. So I keep it out of sight.
But something we had’s been keeping me up at night.
Cause I’ve lost my views.
My views.
Feelings of doom I used to consume for you.
For you.

It’s just something I do for you
I don’t regret what I said
It’s just something you give to me
Can’t get you out of my head


At least I’m alive
Evidence is how we survive.
Days just go by.
Cause I saw traces of lies.
With protection, standing near the action
It’s hard Sometimes.
I’m a keep it.
I’m a keep it movin’
I’m a keep it mine.
I’m a keep it lose
I’m a give you my

Scrolling through my phone
I don’t really come around no more
All my old friends ask why I look so damn sore
Eraser head, you punching in
Make a life and it takes yours
I’m just throwing money, comfort in the fire
All that you adore
Take it on tour
We the only ones
We the holy ones
We the lonely ones
Everything I try backfires
Sounds like tommy guns
Everybody up inside their feelings
Like they want some
But I don’t really think they want none
I’ma make them drop and it’s all from



"This project is funded in part by FACTOR, the Government of Canada and Canada's private radio broadcasters. Ce projet est financé en partie par FACTOR, le gouvernement du Canada et les radiodiffuseurs privés du Canada."

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