Discovering The Waterfront

Album: Discovering The Waterfront (2005)


  • This song is about moving on to new things and not knowing what may happen, but doing it anyway. Even though there may be fogginess or pain up ahead you still go, hoping it will be better. This song could also deal with a relationship, meaning getting over your last relationship and moving on, hopefully to better things. Or getting out of a bad relationship and refusing to stick around just because you are afraid to try something.
  • In concert, Silverstein lead singer Shane Told has said that John Beatz from Bayside told him this was his favorite song from the album before he died in the car accident. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jeff - Cheektowaga, NY, for above 2

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  • Koz from Chelsea, Migood song fo sho
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