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  1. “Rebel, Sweetheart” is filled with great music. Though consistently excellent, it’s nowhere near as complex or interesting as “Breach”, and “God Says Nothing Back” and perhaps “Here He Comes (Confessions of a Drunken Marionette)” are the only individual songs that really measure up to the group’s early singles/5.
  2. Although Jakob Dylan doesn't paint his songs with the same pointed, political strokes as his father, the Wallflowers' fifth album contains ruminations on politics and war. Initially, Rebel, Sweetheart plays like a series of hook-friendly hits; scratch the sunny surface and you'll find discontent simmering below.
  3. God Says Nothing Back Lyrics: Seems like the world's gone underground / No gods or heroes dare to go down / As teardrops from a hole in heaven come / Overhead like ravens dropping down like bombs.
  4. Seems like the world's gone underground Where no gods or heroes dare to go down As teardrops from a hole in heaven come Overhead like ravens dropping down like bombs Through the morning's silver-frosted glow God says nothing back but I told you so I told you so God bless the void of my day dreams Head back in the snow making angel wings As slow motion dancing lights at dawn Sail 5/5(2).
  5. Sep 02,  · With the release of his fifth disc, Rebel, Sweetheart, the singer/songwriter's dedication to the classic rock genre is again self-evident. Influences ranging from Springsteen's E Street Days ("God Says Nothing Back") to Tom Petty ("All Things New Again") ultimately reinforce Jacob's deep love of classic acoustic rock/5(84).

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