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Album: Wrong Creatures
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Released: 2018
Length: 3:50
Plays (last 30 days): 4
Maybe you're a little fire
You've been drowning your own desires
But every time I see you smile, the heavens move
Someday you will make it out
And you'll feel your heart break the sound
But if you're scared where prayers are found
I'll be with you, alone in that room
Be still my love
I don't wanna tear you down
Everybody knows my love
Everybody breaks somehow
Don't throw it all away my love
I'll be your all for now
Someday you'll return to silence
With a thousand miles of cave inside us
But every time I feel the quiet
It echoes you
Someday you will make it out
And you'll feel the walls tearing down
If there's a place where lost is found
I'll wait for you, alone in that room
Be still my love
I don't wanna tear you down
Everybody knows my love
Everybody breaks somehow
Don't throw it all away my love
I'll be your all for now
I don't wanna run
I don't wanna hide
All I've ever known echoes why
Listen to the well
Listen to the ground
I just wanna fade under the sound
I don't wanna run
I don't wanna hide
All I've ever known echoes why
Listen to the well
Listen to the ground
I just wanna fade under the sound
Until we drown
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 BCarn wrote:
So, to anyone out there in RP land, which album from these guys is the best?
 

Always the recent one for club members. Baby 81  for beginners.
 acolt wrote:

Isn't that the RNC?
 
I do believe that would be golf carts, not bicycles
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:
maclochness wrote:
Thought it was Bono singing when I first heard it

 
Bono is slowing down and getting more melancholic in his old age and so is the singer in BRMC so I guess they are both converging and will eventually slow to the point of entropy where energy dissipates and molecular activity becomes zero.

Some might say that would be a good thing - I disagree as I like both these guys no matter what and how they sing

{#Wink} 


 
U2 and BRMC together for the Entropy World Tour. Coming to you, though not for a very, very, very long time.
 Rockit9 wrote:
Not to be confused with one of my favorite bands.

White Obediant Bicycle Club.  
 
Isn't that the RNC?
 Tippster wrote:

Too bad for you.  You get a lump of coal instead.
 
I'll take it, thank you!!!
 BCarn wrote:
So, to anyone out there in RP land, which album from these guys is the best?
 The one you don't listen to.  

So, to anyone out there in RP land, which album from these guys is the best?
 Rockit9 wrote:
Not to be confused with one of my favorite bands.

White Obediant Bicycle Club.  
 

Yea, but I bet they don't sound as good.
 Rockit9 wrote:
Not to be confused with one of my favorite bands.

White Obediant Bicycle Club.  
 

Met van die leren jasjes, brrrr.
Not to be confused with one of my favorite bands.

White Obediant Bicycle Club.  
 tujhhh wrote:
бред пьяного ежика
 
Это действительно забавно, но я не согласен
 Jelani wrote:
I wish I never had to hear this group again.
 
Too bad for you.  You get a lump of coal instead.
I wish I never had to hear this group again.
I only have love for this song...
Go catch them live, great performance, this is definitely on the quieter side... Rock On.
бред пьяного ежика
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:
maclochness wrote:
Thought it was Bono singing when I first heard it

 
Bono is slowing down and getting more melancholic in his old age and so is the singer in BRMC so I guess they are both converging and will eventually slow to the point of entropy where energy dissipates and molecular activity becomes zero.

Some might say that would be a good thing - I disagree as I like both these guys no matter what and how they sing

{#Wink} 


 
Funny... possibly true... but I still love them both.
 tomaszdl wrote:

Not really sure why that's a problem
 

Maybe justin4kick was just being a bit whimsical, a little bit of levity. I thought so. You brought 'problem'.
 justin4kick wrote:
To me they sound nothing like a black rebel motorcycle club. 
 
Not really sure why that's a problem
Not bad. The bass line reminded me more of Cowboy Junkies version of Sweet Jane.
To me they sound nothing like a black rebel motorcycle club. 
One of my favorite bands. I love the lyrics of this one. {#Music}
I saw these guys last month as party of my "birthday season" of concerts, and they stand out as the BEST if all that I saw!
Every time I hear this, it gets better and better.  This band never disappoints. One of the few bands where I still buy their physical CDs.
 ziggytrix wrote:
Really? I get to be the first person to make an After the Goldrush comparison in the comments?
 



I'm not hearing it, but there's a "Take a Walk On the Wild Side" feel to the bass and drum, esp. at the beginning. 
 carlos65 wrote:
Getting a bit too much play, methinks. 

 
Amen!
Really? I get to be the first person to make an After the Goldrush comparison in the comments?
This sounds like all the drivel that U2 has put out for the last 10 years.  
Getting a bit too much play, methinks. 
maclochness wrote:
Thought it was Bono singing when I first heard it

 
Bono is slowing down and getting more melancholic in his old age and so is the singer in BRMC so I guess they are both converging and will eventually slow to the point of entropy where energy dissipates and molecular activity becomes zero.

Some might say that would be a good thing - I disagree as I like both these guys no matter what and how they sing {#Wink} 


Thought it was Bono singing when I first heard it
Plaintive and wistful and strangely beautiful, as usual from BRMC. Instantly recognizable, but in that way they're similar to The National or such. Here's their niche and groove and they're not moving.   Maybe they should stretch it a bit and go beyond their usual once in a while. 
Bleh. Just cannot get into these guys. My sister loves them. I don't get it.