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Let Me Wash at Your Sink

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"Let Me Wash at Your Sink"
Let Me Wash at Your Sink cover
Demo by Rivers Cuomo
Album Alone III: The Pinkerton Years 1994-1997
Released December 12, 2011
Recorded 1994
Length 2:36
Writer(s) Rivers Cuomo
RC# 193
Status officially released
Alone III: The Pinkerton Years 1994-1997 track listing
"There Is No Other One"
(8)
"Let Me Wash at Your Sink"
(9)
"Waiting On You"
(10)
Rivers Cuomo song chronology
"Clarinet Waltz"
(RC# 192)
"Let Me Wash at Your Sink"
(RC# 193)
"Walt Disney"
(RC# 194)

"Let Me Wash at Your Sink" is a song demoed by Rivers Cuomo in 1994.

Appearances

Overview

"Let Me Wash at Your Sink" was written by Rivers Cuomo on July 24, 1994[1] and demoed by Cuomo in late summer or early fall of the same year.[2] The song was first heard by fans with the release of Alone III: The Pinkerton Years alongside the book The Pinkerton Diaries in 2011. The song was also included as part of the digital demo compilation Alone IV: The Blue-Pinkerton Years in 2020.

Known recordings

Performer(s) Title Filename Date of recording Recording location Length Appeared on Notes
Rivers Cuomo Let Me Wash at Your Sink 09 Let Me Wash at Your Sink.mp3 1994 2:36 Alone III: The Pinkerton Years 1994-1997
Rivers Cuomo Let Me Wash at Your Sink 01 Let Me Wash At Your Sink.mp3 1994 2:37 Alone IV: The Blue-Pinkerton Years Alternate rip of 09 Let Me Wash at Your Sink.mp3
Rivers Cuomo Let Me Wash at Your Sink 24 Let Me Wash At Your Sink.mp3 1994 1:49 Alone IV: The Blue-Pinkerton Years Alternate, truncated rip of above entries
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Personnel

Lyrics

I been walking for four years
Haven't slept in five
I'm smelling funny
And I'm tired
I used to have a home
I used to have a bed
Got myself kicked out
Didn't pay the rent

Let me sleep in your bedroom
Let me wash at your sink
I've learned my lessons
Let me in, let me in

I know you like to live alone
I know you feel safe
But I'm not looking to harm you
Just want to rest
And maybe it'll work out
I'll fix up around the house
And then maybe you'll prepare a meal

Let me sleep in your bedroom
Let me wash at your sink, yeah
I've learned my lessons
Let me in, let me in
Let me sleep in your bedroom
Let me wash at your sink
I've learned my lessons
Let me in, let me in

See also

  1. Cuomo, Rivers. The Pinkerton Diaries. 2011. Self-published
  2. Weezer Recording History - Page 6