Be In Love

Album: TCV (2011)
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  • "This is a sing-along song, chock full of shenanigans," says Click Five keyboardist Ben Romans. "They have some horns on that track, and congos, and bongos, and all kinds of stuff. But the song itself is more about a feeling than anything else. The concept is everybody wants to be in love. And one of my favorite songs of all time is 'The Warmth Of The Sun,' and Brian Wilson wrote that on the night of JFK's assassination. And what's interesting, I think he really was writing indirectly about the assassination. And instead, he wrote about the feelings. And I think when you really write about feelings, it transcends a little more, so that's what that song's about."


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