Dumbass Song Lyrics: “Regrets, I’ve Had a Few But Then Again Too Few to Mention”

In the song “My Way” written by Paul Anka and popularized by Frank Sinatra there’s a line that goes “Regrets, I’ve had a few but then again too few to mention.” First of all, you just did mention it so there must be something more to this. The main problem with this line is that regret is not a measure of quantity. You can have only one regret in life and if it’s something like “I wish I hadn’t let go of my daughter’s hand when she was hanging off that bridge” then that’s a pretty damn big regret. That’s technically only one regret, but it’s a doozy! If your one regret was not stopping a murderer from killing your family and you say “Regrets, I’ve had a few, but then again too few to mention” you are full of shit. It’s certainly worth mentioning, though you probably shouldn’t, at all. Don’t even bring up regret at all, just sing the rest of the song and avoid bringing up all these negatives.

You really only have to regret having a threesome with two pigs ONCE.

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