Streetlight Manifesto Lyrics
Daniel Ross - Alto/Bari Sax
Tomas Kalnoky - Vocals & Guitar
Jim Conti - Tenor Sax
Josh Ansley - Bass guitar
Jamie Egan - Trombone/Trumpet
Paul Lowdes - Drums
Last year's formation of Streetlight Manifesto was not
unlike the planning of the perfect heist. Six old friends
and seasoned veterans of the once lively New Jersey Ska
underworld came together again to form an all-star group, a
literal "dream team" of characters. All six original
members came form the two biggest and most promising local
ska/punk bands of the late More...
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- 9mm And A Three Piece Suit Lyrics
- A Better Place, A Better Time Lyrics
- A Moment Of Silence Lyrics
- A Moment Of Violence Lyrics
- As The Footsteps Die Out Forever Lyrics
- Birds Flying Away Lyrics
- Day In, Day Out Lyrics
- Dear Sergio Lyrics
- Down, Down, Down To Mephisto's Cafe Lyrics
- Everything Went Numb Lyrics
- Failing, Flailing Lyrics
- Forty Days Lyrics
- Giving Up, Giving In Lyrics
- Hell Lyrics
- Here’s To Life Lyrics
- If And When We Rise Again Lyrics
- If Only For Memories Lyrics
- Just Lyrics
- Keasbey Nights Lyrics
- Kristina She Don't Know I Exist Lyrics
- Linoleum Lyrics
- Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard Lyrics
- Oh Me, Oh My Lyrics
- On & On & On Lyrics
- One Foot On The Gas, One Foot In The Grave Lyrics
- Point / Counterpoint Lyrics
- Punk Rock Girl Lyrics
- Red Rubber Ball Lyrics
- Sick And Sad Lyrics
- Skyscraper Lyrics
- Somewhere In The Between Lyrics
- Such Great Heights Lyrics
- Super Nothing Lyrics
- Supernothing Lyrics
- That’ll Be The Day Lyrics
- The Big Sleep Lyrics
- The Blonde Lead The Blind Lyrics
- The Hands That Thieve Lyrics
- The Littlest Things Lyrics
- The Receiving End Of It All Lyrics
- The Saddest Song Lyrics
- The Three Of Us Lyrics
- The Troubador Lyrics
- They Broke Him Down Lyrics
- They Provide The Paint For The Picture-Perfect Masterpiece That You Will Paint On The Insides Of Your Eyelids Lyrics
- This One Goes Out To... Lyrics
- Toe To Toe Lyrics
- Ungrateful Lyrics
- Walking Away Lyrics
- Watch It Crash Lyrics
- We Are The Few Lyrics
- We Will Fall Together Lyrics
- What A Wicked Gang Are We Lyrics
- With Any Sort Of Certainty Lyrics
- Would You Be Impressed? Lyrics
- Your Day Will Come Lyrics
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Inspired by the best | Reviewer: Roland------ About the song We Are The Few performed by Streetlight Manifesto
I'm 21 and since third grade I've been huge into punk and ska music. I'm also a writer and as a writer and a musician, you search or at least I search for music with a deep meaning and passion. And with streetlight you get that not one of Tomas's songs lacks meaning his words are powerful and although a lot of my friends find him to be a pessimist I believe that he is an optimist listen to better time better place you can just hear his passion for life and how he's against suicide which in an era where "emo" is considered music and cutting your wrists and writing about suicide is cool but its not life is to cherish not to wish away and I personally believe that the radio should be banned get rid of radio pop garbage and outlaw emo music and force kids to actually sit down and listen to music that has a greater meaning for life and actually find out who they are instead of trying to be like everyone else with that being said I would also like to mention streetlight is on of my favorite bands along with other great acts such as big d and the kids table, citizen fish, reel big fish, fuck ill even throw down sublime either way ska and punk music will forever hold a place in my heart because its guys just like me writing how they truly feel about every subject in the world too not just love and loss
bathe and hunt | Reviewer: kali------ About the song A Better Place, A Better Time performed by Streetlight Manifesto
term draw your bath load your gun is suicide in general. A very common way is to shoot ones self in the tub.
Now he will be there for her no matter what by drawing her a bath (maybe suicidally) but he hopes she does what guns and bath tubs are commonly used for. Bathing and hunting. :)
Hot damn | Reviewer: B------ About the song Kristina She Don't Know I Exist performed by Streetlight Manifesto
Well, I kinda have the same feeling with this one. My girl friend is named Christina (go figure) and she never really tries to connect with me. She sticks around for sex and the fact that I keep trying like a jackass. It's frustrating, and then she feels the need to blame me for her own stupid acts, like seperating herself from her friends, not knowing what to talk about, and overall being a psychotic bitch. I don't whether or not to give up or not....
Haunting and Beautiful | Reviewer: Ace------ About the song A Moment Of Silence performed by Streetlight Manifesto
It took me a while to get into this band because I usually listen to metal, but this song has me absolutely sold. Lyrics are gold, I can't stop thinking about it and have listened to it way too many times today. It is time to cut myself off for the night before I over do it.
Bathin Hun | Reviewer: Anonymous------ About the song A Better Place, A Better Time performed by Streetlight Manifesto
Guys, the lyrics don't say bathe and hunt, they say bathin Hun. It goes: "I'll draw your bath and I'll load your gun, but I hope so bad that you're bathin' hun." It implies that instead of using the gun to kill herself, he wants Annie to take the bath.
review | Reviewer: dylan------ About the song One Foot On The Gas, One Foot In The Grave performed by Streetlight Manifesto
Come on guys don't be so arrogant this song is about pollution, relationships and the hunger games if thats how you relate to it every word should be taken as a metaphor and how ever your brain makes a connection inspires the emotions you feel and that's the beauty of music we can all agree streetlight is a great band !!
Dude, They LOVE their fans | Reviewer: allyr------ About the song The Big Sleep performed by Streetlight Manifesto
I saw streetlight as a punka$$ little 16 year old. I was laughing with tomas after the show, saying that he put on such a good performance, I wasn't even mad i lost my favorite hat in the mosh pit.. He gave me a brand new hat off the merch table!! You don't do that kind of thing if you hate your fans, and i'm pretty sure if he liked my lamea$$ 16yo self, he likes 95% of his fans lmao.
ps BEST lyrics known to man!!! thank you tomas, you have stopped me from pulling the trigger more times than i care to admit <3333
Kurt Donald Cobain | Reviewer: Anonymous------ About the song Giving Up, Giving In performed by Streetlight Manifesto
Did anyone notice the part in the end where the guitar riff sounds alot like the one from "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by "Nirvana"?
I believe this song is some kind of tribute to Kurt Cobain of that we all know that he was or is a rolemodel for Tomas Kalnoky. (If you don't know look at the lyrics of "Here's to Life" in which he sang about all his rolemodels that have killed theirself. At the end he sang "And K.D.C., you were much too young!
And you changed my life!" K.D.C = Kurt Donald Cobain.)
I don't know what Tomas want to express exactly, I only thinks there's a great possibilty that "Giving up, Giving in" is a tribute to K.D.C.
... | Reviewer: Lost------ About the song One Foot On The Gas, One Foot In The Grave performed by Streetlight Manifesto
you guys really think thomas kalnoky wrote this song about either a movie or fucking pollution? I'm sorry but that is just naive. This song has symbolic meaning stemming from relationships, emotions, and situations that came from his life. Songs like this with metaphor and symbolism used in the way they are can easily hold meaning to anyone who listens to the song. All these interpretations are right relative to the perspective of who is interpreting them based on the emotions elicited through words and tone. Though meanings of words vary from person to person, so I think it would be hilarious to make a song about bullshit and here all the misinterpretations people get from it whether it has meaning or not. If i had to guess, I would think he is talking about stress and relationships, going somewhere in life where people can't help you because the path is unknown. Yet dealing with a form of tortured logic where one road leads somewhere, the other to the grave. Also nothing can be broken if your house is made of stone but you know as i do it will never be a home seems symbolic of a person rather than a stone fucking house.
5 Stages of Grief | Reviewer: Anonymous------ About the song Would You Be Impressed? performed by Streetlight Manifesto
One of the weird things I noticed in my last listen is that I kind of picked up a theme of the 5 stages of grief in the song:
Denial: We wine, we dine, and everything is fine
Anger: Now you're upset because you finally got the notion; That everything you had is spinning down the drain
Bargaining: You scream: "Not me! Take anybody else!"
Depression: This one's the weakest of the bunch, since it doesn't have any lines that strictly speaking map to it, but I think most of the last verse sort of fits, since the whole tone of the song begins to take a more depressing turn.
Finally, Acceptance: I said "It's all my fault"
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