Pepper - These Hands Lyrics




I hear your favorite song,
As it blows through the speakers,
Of this old car,
I remember driving up to the top of the Beverly Hills,
We fogged up the windows,
Kissed by the streetlight

Oh, Look at these hands,
See what they've done,
It's hard to remember this,
Cause we were having so much fun,
Oh, I was your man,
but that's over and done,
Well I miss your shiny lips,
And the way you chased the sun,
Oh, chased the sun

I watched you put your makeup on,
Then rode through a red light
No hands on the wheel,
You always wanna hotbox us on the freeway
And you'd tell me to drive home,
With the headlights off

Yeah, Look at these hands,
See what they've done,
It's hard to remember this,
Cause we were having so much fun,
Oh, I was your man,
but that's over and done,
Well I miss your shiny lips,
And the way you chased the sun

Was it the way that you smile,
Or was it the way that you laughed at life,
So flick a nickel anytime,
I would always make you mine,
Even through the headlights,
Oh, flick a nickel anytime,
I would always make you mine,
Even through the red lights,
Now baby

Look at these hands,
See what they've done,
It's hard to remember this,
Cause we were having so much fun,
Oh, I was your man,
but that's over and done,
Well I miss your shiny lips,
And the way you chased the sun

Look at these hands,
See what they've done,
It's hard to remember this,
Cause we were having so much fun,
Oh, I was your man,
but that's over and done,
Well I miss your shiny lips,
And the way you chased the sun...





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  1. jojo munoz

    2019 anyone?

  2. Ben Stetter

    Pepper is what they've made. All songs ever made and performed and listened to by fans. They cannot be defined as just reggae. Yes, they have a strong island reggae influence as do most bands from Hawaii. Of course they have been recording in LA; but what other fans see as an uncomfortable change in sound progressing through their albums, outside their "normal" sound, I see this as connecting more solidly with their entire fan base, and a great accomplishment. What's better is they have done it modestly. Coming to LA made them connected to mainland fans and cheers to them for making efforts to connect with those fans. I believe this did not change who they are as a band, now becoming a career band. As I said before they cannot be defined as reggae, but a closer definition would be island-influenced punk rock band with a hint of ska who have pushed boundaries with their sexually-oriented lyrics making listeners more comfortable to listening to those lyrics more each time you hear it - pushing boundaries, period. This is why they have connected so well with not only masculine audiences, but feminine audiences as well. Partying, good times, whether on a beach or by a country bonfire, and sex, all of these things all bring people together, and make you feel great, they are a feel good and have a nice time kind of band, with island roots that now are deeply set in mainland states also now their style transcends boundaries and cannot be contained by borders or defined in one word, other than aaesome.! Even Sublime had more punky roots which mellowed out, but they still had "hard" songs too. I put Pepper in the same boat as them without a doubt. It's more like evolution and blossoming as opposed to others views that they have conformed or "sold out.". You can hear the evolution from Kona Town, to No Shame. From No Shame, to their Self-Titled album. They grew up. Kids to men. Did you not want them to grow up and mature? If you are a Blink fan, would you want all the band members to have plastic surgery so they stay looking like kids so it still feels like the way you remember? Would you want them to forcibly not mature? Not progress as a band? Curb their lyrics they want to write to please E Ore friends who are butt hurt because they want to hear the same lyrics over and over and never hear songs that sound like anything else but past songs? What would be the point of that? So to recap, I do not think they have changed they are still that feel good band they always have been. If you got off the bus at Kona Town that's fine you don't have to listen to the newer albums. For me, their chosen self-titled album was beautiful as they remained true to themselves while at the same time being unafraid to spread their wings and connect with their "country" and electronic dance side. Every song on that album is great. They then release Ohana, which amazingly kept the same evolved feel good sound from the previous album, while at the same time humbly returning to their home town feel and paying tribute to their roots and their family. To me, they have come full circle as a band, and their last two albums really connected with me, I've always been a fan through all of their albums, but I can now say without a doubt that they are the band that I enjoy listening to the most; and I eagerly await listening to any future albums. Peace to all!

  3. Hermosa_Rosa_Blanca

    The way you chased the sun ☀️

  4. gutogaelzer

    great song!

  5. 47thelementvisuals

    use to have alot of dope fans... too bad they sold out

    Wendy Potter

    Still lots of fans.. those who support change and evolution and new ones... the ones that are stuck with the past forever, well, they are not needed anyway.....

    47thelementvisuals

    +Wendy Potter nope their classic albums are great, this new music is mainstream dirt.

    Mike D

    I personally think their new albums are great. sure it's no kona town but it's still pepper and it's still better than most of the garbage on the radio.

    47thelementvisuals

    +Mike “The Handy Van” Dodson that may be true but their new music is still garbage to my standard.

  6. tatertotter808

    Yea pretty sure Bret is singing this one

  7. across the universe

    Really diggin this song :)

  8. marshallowns

    sounds kind of like an islanders incubus. 

  9. GHenry5150

    I personally hate their new musical direction, they've really lost who they are as a band, and now they sound just like all the over produced pop garbage on the radio. KEEP POP OUT OF REGGAE!

    nofxopivyrancid

    Pepper literally always sounded like a "pop reggae" band...nowhere even close to a roots reggae band

    Joe Burgess

    @GHenry5150 This album is bad ass dude

  10. Tnt Gaming

    my favorite band still

  11. StarLabeI

    There new sound is slightly different, but these guys have been at it over 10 years. I support them 100%

  12. JiRahb likestheinternet

    lets goo!! they have a less rough vibe, i wonder if band has changed up

  13. kendracomedy

    If this is the real Leo D: I dig that you dig the music I dig. I knew I liked you for a reason since I noticed you weren't a typical Hollywood jack ass.

  14. Yea Its Me Matt

    Sounds like Bret to me...

  15. Amber Davis

    This is my favorite song on this album! Really shows Kaleo's singing ability <3

  16. BeachGlass9

    Another amazing song. Love these guys so much. ♥