If We Never Go Inside

Album: Good Mourning (2003)


  • This song is about living for the moment and just doing what you want to do without having second thoughts about it: "The night never ends if we never go inside." This suggests that if we have an opportunity, we should take it and not let it pass like most people do. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Robin - Huntertown, IN

Comments: 6

  • Anton from MinskWonderful song.
  • Carly Sue from Parrsboro, NsI don't think this song is so much talking about living for the moment but more so the realization people will have about how life continues on and every one thing must come to an end. I think it displays regret and the perspective that we can not dwell on our loses.
  • Sarah from Toronto, OnProbably my favourite Trio song, not going to lie.
  • Joe from Chicago, IlThis song is called "If We Never Go Inside" Ervo, and Ian this song is sung by Dan Andriano, the bassist.
  • Ervo from Raccoon City, InHey...Ummm. This song is called "Every Thug Needs A Lady"...
  • Ian from Greenfield, MaThis song is awesome. I love the intro to it. And Skiba's voice is perfect for this song.
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