Someone be in a folk band with me so I have an excuse to play my mandolin.
dont stop this train. dont for a minute change the place youre in. dont think i couldnt ever understand. i tried my hand, John, honestly, we’ll never stop this train.
Someone said unintentionally a line from this song at work today and it’s all I’ve been listening to. Such a great interpretation of the lyrics.
“To me this song is about the angst and unfamiliarity that comes with moving into unknown parts of life. The fact that no matter what, we can’t stop a day from turning into a week, a year from turning into a decade, etc., can seem a little intimidating and disheartening. As humans we only know what we’ve experienced, and the idea of having to readjust and move forward without any regard for personal desire can be downright terrifying. While some people are just now “boarding the train” and beginning the human experience, others have been aboard for awhile and their “train ride” is gradually coming to a close as the natural cycle of life continues irrevocably.”
This is probably one of my favorite Margot songs.
Can we take a moment to appreciate Andy Hull.
Thanks enjoy the rest of your night.
This version is so awesome,
Check out the new A Paper Tugboat EP. It’s good!
Good Old War -“After the Party”
No one likes the rain
When it rains all the time
We only like the rain
When the flowers are dying
#guild #acoustic guitar (Taken with instagram)