Where the Lines Overlap

Album: Brand New Eyes (2009)
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  • Singer and lyricist Hayley Williams told Alternative Press about this track: "Josh [Farro, guitar] and I wrote this a week before we left the studio. It's the first song we ever wrote together from start to finish. He had this guitar line that really reminded me of some old [1990s emo band] Get Up Kids song or something. It didn't really sound like anything else we'd written before. It's a simple song. It feels good. And that's pretty much all there is to it."

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  • Tokyo from Los Angeles, CaliforniaThe intro reminds me of another song but i cant remember what the name is
  • Carmela from Las Piñas City, Philippinesi like the chorus so much i always sing it.
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