Holiday

Album: Boys Like Girls (2006)
  • Singer/Guitarist Martin Johnson explained: "This song brings you back to the beginning of the record. Starting over, moving on, running away. I have the hardest time sticking to things. I constantly re-invent myself and push my focus in different directions. This song kind of lays my erratic personality on the table... sort of as a 'take it or leave it.' And then it starts all over."

Comments: 2

  • Hannah from Carmel, Inthey have sung better songs they could do better than this
  • Mixermatt from Bloomington, MnNot a bad song. It's my first time hearing music from this band.
    Yes at times we do need to take a Holiday.
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