A Moment of Silence

Album: Everything Goes Numb (2003)
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  • Written by frontman Tomas Kalnoky, this is the ninth track from the ska punk band's debut album.
  • The lines "Don't forget I connect and I read every word you said" and "If you hate me so much, then stop singing my songs" were a response to Catch 22's song "Hard to Impress," which called out Kalnoky, who was once their frontman but later left the band to focus on his education. >>
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    Raymond - Long Island, NY


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