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Streetcar - Funeral for a Friend

Streetcar

Hours
emo rock emocore post-hardcore screamo


The song 'Streetcar' begins with the sound of someone dialing a phone. Members of FFAF's forum used the dial tones to figure out the number, which was lead singer Matt Davies' phone number. Needless to say, he had to change it.


Funeral for a Friend was a post-hardcore band from Wales. They formed in 2001 as a sextet called January Thirst. This did not last long, and in 2002 Funeral for a Friend recorded their debut EP Between Order And Model with their original 6-piece line up. After having been together for just a few months, the band changed their line up and subsequently signed a deal with Warner Brothers records for whom they recorded their second EP Four Ways To Scream Your Name. Show more ...

Streetcar - Funeral for a Friend

When there's a rub
We can talk for a while
But I have sweet nothings to say
You don't want me anyway
You don't want me anyway
So why?
Why should I stay?

So goodbye to you and your life
Your new best friends
Your confidence
And I'll be here when you get home

Sitting half way
Away from no where
Praying for our lips to touch
Holding myself,
For a second
Just to catch a smile
On this line.

So goodbye to you and your life
(Two months, eight weeks)
Your new best friends
Your confidence
(Turn my hours into days)
And I'll be here when you get home
(When you get home)

So goodbye to you and your life
(Two months, eight weeks)
Your new best friends
Your confidence
(Turn my hours into days)
And I'll be here when you get home
(When you get home)

(I can't feel the same about you anymore)

So just like you said it would be
(It's never easy)
I can't feel this way about you anymore
So just like you said it would be
(It's never easy)
I can't feel the same
I can't feel this way
I can't feel the same about you anymore
(It's never easy)
About you anymore
(It's never easy)
No... I can't feel this way
I can't feel the same about you anymore
(It's never easy)
About you anymore
(It's never easy)
About you anymore



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