Day 178: “Sing the Sorrow” by AFI

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High School choir…The alto section. Ladies with low voices represent.

Day 178: “Sing the Sorrow” by AFI

 

“Sing the Sorrow” is arguably one of my favorite albums of all time. Shut your face…it’s perfect!

Seriously though…Davey Havoc just has a way with words.

Track 9- “Paper Airplanes (Makeshift Wings)”

Raise high monolithic statues so fragile as they fall
I am ever enthralled
Gaze, lie and smirk in time, your arrogance will suit you well
‘Til fashion is dispelled

As waves of plastic fame go out of fashion
You’re going out, going out forever unknown
These waves of plastic fame go out of fashion
(These waves of plastic fame are drying up and I smile)
You’re going out, going out forever unknown
(Because you’re dying to become forever unknown, unkown)

From above a rain of ashes descends
Anathema I will remain, forever will remain
From below, in my seclusion
Look up to the sky to see paper wings and watch them burn

Without habitation, you’ll never find a soul inside
No life, but nothing’s died
No lights, but quite the show (Just as long as no one ever knows
All motion is pantomime)

As waves of plastic fame go out of fashion
You’re going out, going out forever unknown
These waves of plastic fame go out of fashion
(These waves of plastic fame are drying up and I smile)
You’re going out, going out forever unknown
(Because you’re dying to become forever unknown, unknown)

Havok attended UC Berkeley where he took on a double major in English and Psychology. Perhaps this is why every song appears as if it is written by a literary genius.

 

Well done, sir. Well. Done.

 

Tomorrow: “Bayside” by Bayside  yesssssss! Because, I’ll be seeing them live 🙂

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