Call it Karma (Acoustic)Silverstein
Goodbye, old friend
I’ll move on
You’ll call it fate, I’ll call it karma
We had our time, it was fun while it lasted
I’ll look back with honor and no regrets
I won’t be mad, won’t feel bad
These memories will never leave me
Don’t be sad cause life goes on, life goes on
It’s getting too late
Tomorrow is here.
So for those of you who have listened to the new Silverstein album, I just realized something. Tracks 1 and 7, 2 and 8, 3 and 9 (and so on) correspond with eachother, and not just in the song title names. Each song is written in the opposite point of view of the other song. For example, the song Massachussets corresponds to the song California. Massachussets is written in the point of view of a girl leaving her boyfriend in the middle of the night in Masachussets and heading out to California. California is written in the point of view of the boyfriend realizing his girlfriend disappeared in the middle of the night and he’s driving to California to get her back. Arrivals is written as someone who misses somebody that left and wishes they would come back home. Departures is written as the person who left and explains why they ran away.
And so on.
I just found this really clever and awesome. I love Silverstein okay.
Call It KarmaSilverstein
Silverstein//Call It Karma
I’ll move on. You’ll call it fate, I’ll call it karma.