Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
the fragile thing. This is a great song and I had to put in one of my favorite lyrics.
Way Away. This was their first single, also the first song on their CD.
|Who helped out on piano on the songs "Only One" and "Empty Apartment"?||Yellowcard Lyrics
Peter Mosely. He played the piano on these two songs.
Ryan Key . He also plays guitar.
a dad. It is directed at a dad because the whole song is asking the dad to teach the son how to be "a better man".
|What song is this from: "If I could find you now things would get better. We could leave this town and run forever."?||Yellowcard Lyrics
Ocean Avenue. This is from "Ocean Avenue". I think it is best part of the song.
|The song "Breathing" begins with the line "_______ are feeling heavy but they never seem to close". What is the missing word?||Yellowcard Lyrics
Eyes. The full verse to the song "Breathing" is "Eyes are feeling heavy but they never seem to close. The fan blades on the ceiling spin but the air is never cold."
Finish Line. This was a really easy one! The line is: "Let's jet back down that highway now, blast stereos loud." I hope you liked this quiz, and keep on listening to Yellowcard!
late, warm. "Sleeping late on warm afternoon. Waking up to bright silver moon" This is from "Rocket", my favorite song on this CD. It took me a while to get the words to that part right!
Underdog. This is from the song "Underdog". The song is basically about feeling like you don't fit in. Hence the title: "Underdog".
cells. This is from the song "Powder". The line is: "When the cells begin to die forever.". Make sure you listen carefully to the song!
quarterback punk. "Underdog" is the first song on "The Underdog EP." That makes sense, seeing as it is the title of the album. However, on Yellowcard's fourth CD, "Ocean Avenue", the title song is actually number three.
Avondale. It's "Avondale", of course! A great song... You may have heard it on the radio a few times! I did, but never knew what it was until my cousin introduced me to Yellowcard two years ago!
town, sad. "Finish Line" is probably my least favorite song on this CD. I don't dislike it, I just think that it is less interesting than the other songs.
Powder. "Powder" is a great song, but if you get it stuck in your head it's nearly impossible to get out! Anyway, I still like it a lot!
dull. "If you're gonna rip my heart out, could you use a knife that's dull and rust in color. Once I die, there will be no way that you can cover that scar. It's hard, I know." This is how "Avondale", the first Yellowcard song I ever heard, begins. It sounds kind of morbid... but it's still a great song with an amazing violin part at the beginning!
Rocket. "The two of us we dream like one. Our energy could light the sun. The two of us take breath as one. The two of us, the two of us." This is sung underneath the chorus of "Rocket", the final song on Yellowcard's second album.
9th. Sean Mackin claims that Yellowcard would not be a band if it wasn't for their guitarist, Ben Harper. He states this in the DVD "Beyond Ocean Avenue".
Yes. It was their first single from "Ocean Avenue".
Same Difference. Alex joined because their old bass player, Pete Moseley, didn't want to be part of it anymore for personal reasons, he didn't like California. (Alex joined January of 2003.)
2003. Their debut was in 2001, with "One for the Kids", and they signed with Capitol in April of 2003.
Jacksonville, Florida. They formed in Florida, but didn't solidfy their line-up until they moved to Southern California in 2001.
electric violin and vocals. Sean was listening to them play one day and it just worked out. Having a violin in their band makes their music stand out more.
Underdog. "To find your heart that the quarterback punk stomped in the ground." This song is from "The Underdog EP" and is about a boy who was teased, picked on, and beat up. I hope you enjoyed this quiz. Look out for Volume 2, coming soon.
Rocket. "Waking up to bright silver moon." This song is from "The Underdog EP" and is another one of my favorites. The art on the CD case and lyric booklet inside shows the band members dressed up like football players.
Empty Apartments. "The one you love is where you hide." This song is from "Ocean Avenue," which is the first album to feature Ben Mosely on bass. Warren Cooke was the original bass player for their first albums.
Drifting. "I can see such a sad man in disguise." This song is from "One For The Kids." Ben Harper plays guitar for Yellowcard.
Starstruck. "You lost it oh so long ago." This song is from "One For The Kids." Sean Mackin, the violin player, is the oldest band member.
Finish Line. "And every town sings the same sad song." This song is from "The Underdog EP." This album contains only five songs, but it is well worth it.
Something of Value. "Something of value but something untrue." This song is from "One For The Kids." Yellowcard's first CD was entitled "Where We Stand," and they have a radically different sound.
October Nights. "You came and cuddled next to me, baby, yeah yeah yeah." This song is from "One For The Kids." This is Yellowcard's second CD, but the first one with Ryan Key as lead vocalist.